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  • 57 greatest Angels for 57 seasons

    Here are the 57 greatest Angels over their 57 seasons!

    1. Mike Trout
    2. Chuck Finley
    3. Jim Fregosi
    4. Tim Salmon
    5. Nolan Ryan
    6. Brian Downing
    7. Jered Weaver
    8. Bobby Grich
    9. Frank Tanana
    10. Darin Erstad
    11. Garrett Anderson
    12. Howie Kendrick
    13. Mark Langston
    14. John Lackey
    15. Erick Aybar
    16. Vladimir Guerrero
    17. Troy Glaus
    18. Chone Figgins
    19. Torii Hunter
    20. Dean Chance
    21. Jim Edmonds
    22. Jarrod Washburn
    23. Wally Joyner
    24. Doug DeCinces
    25. Adam Kennedy
    26. Rod Carew
    27. Troy Percival
    28. Dick Schofield
    29. Francisco Rodriguez
    30. Devon White
    31. Andy Messersmith
    32. Kelvim Escobar
    33. Jim Abbott
    34. Gary Pettis
    35. Bobby Knoop
    36. David Eckstein
    37. Albie Pearson
    38. Kole Calhoun
    39. Albert Pujols
    40. Maicer Izturis
    41. Scot Shields
    42. Andrelton Simmons
    43. Mike Napoli
    44. Rick Reichardt
    45. Ken McMullen
    46. Fred Lynn
    47. Bob Lee
    48. Mickey Rivers
    49. Bryan Harvey
    50. Orlando Cabrera
    51. Frank Robinson
    52. Lance Parrish
    53. Bobby Bonds
    54. Brandan Donnelly
    55. Randy Velarde
    56. Omar Olivares
    57. Ken Tatum
    My dream ballpark dimensions
    LF: 388 Feet...Height 37 Feet...LCF: 455 Feet...CF: 542 Feet...Height 35 Feet
    RCF: 471 Feet...RF: 400 Feet...Height 60 Feet
    Location....San Diego

  • #2
    Leon Wagner had 3 big seasons for the Angels in the early years of the team. Lee Thomas had a couple of good seasons as well. Alex Johnson took a batting title for the Angels in 1970 but I totally understand why he wasn't selected, as would anyone familiar with the story of his tenure on the team. Clyde Wright and Bartolo Colon each had a couple of good seasons as a pitcher, with Colon winning a Cy Young Award in one of them. These guys are all arguable as selections and deserve at least a passing shout out or honorable mention. (except maybe Johnson... great at hitting a pitched ball but very difficult personality to fit in well on a team.)
    Last edited by Calif_Eagle; 03-20-2018, 02:44 PM.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Calif_Eagle View Post
      Leon Wagner had 3 big seasons for the Angels in the early years of the team. Lee Thomas had a couple of good seasons as well. Alex Johnson took a batting title for the Angels in 1970 but I totally understand why he wasn't selected, as would anyone familiar with the story of his tenure on the team. Clyde Wright and Bartolo Colon each had a couple of good seasons as a pitcher, with Colon winning a Cy Young Award in one of them. These guys are all arguable as selections and deserve at least a passing shout out or honorable mention. (except maybe Johnson... great at hitting a pitched ball but very difficult personality to fit in well on a team.)
      All are deserving of honorable mention as are probably Don Baylor, Mike Witt, Don Aase, Dave Chalk, Chili Davis, Geoff Zahn, Sandy Alomar, Bob Boone, Kirk McCaskill, George Brunet, Gary Disarcina, & Ervin Santana.
      My dream ballpark dimensions
      LF: 388 Feet...Height 37 Feet...LCF: 455 Feet...CF: 542 Feet...Height 35 Feet
      RCF: 471 Feet...RF: 400 Feet...Height 60 Feet
      Location....San Diego

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Sockeye View Post

        All are deserving of honorable mention as are probably Don Baylor, Mike Witt, Don Aase, Dave Chalk, Chili Davis, Geoff Zahn, Sandy Alomar, Bob Boone, Kirk McCaskill, George Brunet, Gary Disarcina, & Ervin Santana.
        When I was perusing your original list, the players I named in post #2 came immediately to mind as possibles..... but I cant believe I missed some of these guys that you mentioned in post 3.... Don Baylor 1979 AL RBI leader & MVP especially jumps off the page at me. Witt, Davis, Alomar, Boone and quite a few of the others... for someone that lived 18 years in Anaheim, I cant believe I missed so many good players!.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Calif_Eagle View Post

          When I was perusing your original list, the players I named in post #2 came immediately to mind as possibles..... but I cant believe I missed some of these guys that you mentioned in post 3.... Don Baylor 1979 AL RBI leader & MVP especially jumps off the page at me. Witt, Davis, Alomar, Boone and quite a few of the others... for someone that lived 18 years in Anaheim, I cant believe I missed so many good players!.
          Don Baylor was the one who I thought for sure I'd be scolded for leaving off the list. When really looking at his numbers though I was struck by his overall lack of true production. With the exception of his excellent 1979 season at the plate (horrible in the field) he wasn't a particularly good player for the Angels. Even with his 1979 season he averaged 1.2 WAR/162 games played while an Angel. Take out his 1979 season and he averaged 0.6 WAR/162 games played. That is almost a cringe worthy lack of production.
          My dream ballpark dimensions
          LF: 388 Feet...Height 37 Feet...LCF: 455 Feet...CF: 542 Feet...Height 35 Feet
          RCF: 471 Feet...RF: 400 Feet...Height 60 Feet
          Location....San Diego

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