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  • #16
    Originally posted by califangels72 View Post
    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....
    I concur.

    As a Red Sox fan, I often wonder what might have been had we not let him go in the '60 expansion draft.

    I'm surprised he's not back with the Angels in some capacity.

    Have they retired his #11 yet?
    Last edited by SDL; 10-21-2008, 11:55 AM.
    sigpicMan, do I *HATE* the Yankees!!!!!!

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    • #17
      Originally posted by Iron Jaw View Post
      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.

      I remember him mostly from the Indians

      He scared the hell out of Sox fans, that's for sure.

      If only they had the DH back then...he'd have had a longer career.
      sigpicMan, do I *HATE* the Yankees!!!!!!

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      • #18
        Originally posted by SDL View Post
        If only they had the DH back then...he'd have had a longer career.

        Thank goodness they didn't. I really enjoyed baseball then.

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        • #19
          Originally posted by Westlake View Post
          I picked Salmon.
          Pacific or Atlantic?




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          • #20
            Originally posted by Seattle1 View Post
            Pacific or Atlantic?




            Or Chico..................
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            • #21
              Originally posted by Iron Jaw View Post
              Or Chico..................
              Never knew he played for the Angels..

              As an aside..if my first name was Ruthford, I'd call myself "Chico" too...
              sigpicMan, do I *HATE* the Yankees!!!!!!

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              • #22
                Nolan Ryan!
                In the 1920's, Harry Heilmann led the AL with a .364 average. In addition, he averaged 220 hits, 45 doubles, 12 triples, 16 homers, 110 runs, and 130 RBI.

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