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    Who is the number one player in Angels history. Mr Angel so to speak
    32
    Garret Anderson
    18.75%
    6
    Tim Salmon
    31.25%
    10
    Brian Downing
    9.38%
    3
    Darin Erstad
    0.00%
    0
    Jim Fregosi
    15.63%
    5
    Bobby Grich
    6.25%
    2
    Chili Davis
    0.00%
    0
    Wally Joyner
    0.00%
    0
    Vladimir Guerrero
    18.75%
    6
    Troy Glaus
    0.00%
    0

  • #2
    King Fish

    That's a tough question as it's really close between King Fish and G.A.
    Angel Fan in BoSUCKS Nation

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    • #3
      The Salmon is the one.
      Buck O'Neil: The Monarch of Baseball

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      • #4
        Tim Salmon takes this one for me as well. If Guerrero remains with the Angels for another few seasons he may surpass Salmon but for now it's the Kingfish all the way.

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        • #5
          Tim Salmon, but Vlad is closing in fast. Jim Fregosi is a personal favorite from the early years.
          "Sandy into his windup. Here's the pitch! Swung on and missed! A perfect game!"- Vin Scully, September 9, 1965

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          • #6
            Originally posted by RockyC View Post
            Tim Salmon, but Vlad is closing in fast. Jim Fregosi is a personal favorite from the early years.
            Fregosi is an often times forgotten player from the early years. He still ranks high on many of the Angels all time lists.

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            • #7
              Jim Fregosi was the "face" of the franchise during the 1960s. He was a very good shortstop that hit with some power. I read somewhere that if he was playing today, he'd probably be a 30-35 homer guy.
              Fregosi and 2B Bobby Knoop formed a terrific double play combination.
              Last edited by RockyC; 08-06-2008, 05:18 PM.
              "Sandy into his windup. Here's the pitch! Swung on and missed! A perfect game!"- Vin Scully, September 9, 1965

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              • #8
                Originally posted by RockyC View Post
                Jim Fregosi was the "face" of the franchise during the 1960s. He was a very good shortstop that hit with some power. I read somewhere that if he was playing today, he'd probably be a 30-35 homer guy.
                Fregosi and 2B Bobby Knoop formed a terrific double play combination.
                Has to be Fregosi....All-Star at his position...original Angel....face of the team for over a decade...killer SS...Damn shame he isnt associated with the Halos in some respect today....
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                • #9
                  I'm old school...Brian Downing!!!

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                  • #10
                    Anderson by a slight nod over Salmon, Fregosi and Downing.

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                    • #11
                      Went with Garrett Anderson. I believe he is ahead of Salmon in most team hitting categories.

                      G Man

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                      • #12
                        What about Reggie Jackson and Rod Carew?

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                        • #13
                          what, no Mark Langston ?


                          I went with Mariner killer, Brian Downing...
                          Last edited by Rennie Stennett; 10-10-2008, 06:20 PM.

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                          • #14
                            Daddy Wags. It's too bad Leon Wagner didn't play out his career with the Angels. He had a couple of great years as the team powerman. One of their early heroes.

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by Seattle1 View Post
                              What about Reggie Jackson and Rod Carew?
                              Kind of hard to be the#1 player when you're known for playing so much time for another team.

                              I picked Salmon.
                              Originally posted by Domenic
                              The Yankees should see if Yogi Berra can still get behind the plate - he has ten World Series rings... he must be worth forty or fifty million a season.

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