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    Put together your best Angel team not on stats or best at position but chance to win a World Series

    Rotation
    Nolan Ryan
    Dean Chance
    Chuck Finley
    John Lackey
    Frank Tanana

    Bullpen
    Mike Witt
    Mark Langston
    Brenden Donnelly
    Scot Shields
    Bryan Harvey
    Francisco Rodriguez

    C Benji Molina
    1B Wally Joyner
    2B Bobby Girch
    SS Jim Fergosi
    3B Doug DiCinses
    RF Vladdy
    CF Devon White
    LF Garret Anderson
    DH Don Baylor

    Bench
    C Greg Myers Because he is a left handed hitting catcher
    UT Chone Figgins
    3B Jack Howell Left Handed Bat off Bench
    OF Juan Rivera Can play all three outfield spots and has a good bat
    SS Dick Schofield ( Favorite Angel of all time)
    Angels 2002 World Champions 1979 1982 1986 2004 2005 AL West Champs

    Southern California is covered in Red now

    5 Straight Series Win:gt :gt



    The saviors
    Jered Weaver 3-0 with a 1.86 ERA and a Sub 1 WHIP with 17K to 3Walk ratio
    Kendry Morales 279 AVG 3 HR'S 11 RBI
    Mike Napoli 323 AVG 4HR'S 11 RBI

  • #2
    No room for Rod Carew??

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Elvis9045
      No room for Rod Carew??

      Carew over Girch at 2nd?
      Over Joyner of 86 at 1st?

      Carew is the hitting coach of the this Angel team
      Angels 2002 World Champions 1979 1982 1986 2004 2005 AL West Champs

      Southern California is covered in Red now

      5 Straight Series Win:gt :gt



      The saviors
      Jered Weaver 3-0 with a 1.86 ERA and a Sub 1 WHIP with 17K to 3Walk ratio
      Kendry Morales 279 AVG 3 HR'S 11 RBI
      Mike Napoli 323 AVG 4HR'S 11 RBI

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      • #4
        Is this career or just based on their tenure with the Angels? I'd put Reggie Jackson somewhere in there.
        SOUVENEZ-VOUS LES EXPOS!!!
        "The future's uncertain and the end is always near" - Jim Morrison

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        • #5
          Mr Angel Brain Downing should be on the team

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          • #6
            Originally posted by mojorisin71
            Is this career or just based on their tenure with the Angels? I'd put Reggie Jackson somewhere in there.
            It is put together the best Angel team to win a World Series out of former players
            Angels 2002 World Champions 1979 1982 1986 2004 2005 AL West Champs

            Southern California is covered in Red now

            5 Straight Series Win:gt :gt



            The saviors
            Jered Weaver 3-0 with a 1.86 ERA and a Sub 1 WHIP with 17K to 3Walk ratio
            Kendry Morales 279 AVG 3 HR'S 11 RBI
            Mike Napoli 323 AVG 4HR'S 11 RBI

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            • #7
              Best Team

              I'd put Andy Messersmith in the rotation over John Lackey. I agree that Brian Downing should be on the bench. Troy Glaus at third over DeCinces. Add Troy Percival to the Bullpen.
              Last edited by JohnGelnarFan; 06-08-2006, 02:09 PM.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by JohnGelnarFan
                I'd put Andy Messersmith in the rotation over John Lackey. I agree that Brian Downing should be on the bench. Add Troy Percival to the Bullpen.
                Lackey is a winner in important games. Won Game 7 and in the pennent races throughout the years he wins almost every key games he pitches
                Angels 2002 World Champions 1979 1982 1986 2004 2005 AL West Champs

                Southern California is covered in Red now

                5 Straight Series Win:gt :gt



                The saviors
                Jered Weaver 3-0 with a 1.86 ERA and a Sub 1 WHIP with 17K to 3Walk ratio
                Kendry Morales 279 AVG 3 HR'S 11 RBI
                Mike Napoli 323 AVG 4HR'S 11 RBI

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                • #9
                  Best Angel Team

                  No knock on Lackey's clutch post season performances but I'd still put a healthy Messersmith ahead of him. Before Nolan Ryan came to the Angels,he was the Angels all-time best,even better than Chance(overall). He was a dominating pitcher. Since Lackey does have a World Series track record,put him ahead of Chuck Finley then. Finley had a nice career as an Angel but only had better than a 3.30 ERA 4 times(Once early as a reliever in 25 games) in 14 seasons.



                  Originally posted by Where is Chone Figgins
                  Lackey is a winner in important games. Won Game 7 and in the pennent races throughout the years he wins almost every key games he pitches
                  Last edited by JohnGelnarFan; 06-08-2006, 04:50 PM.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by Where is Chone Figgins
                    It is put together the best Angel team to win a World Series out of former players
                    Don't you think Jim Fregosi's a little old to still be playing?

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by JohnGelnarFan
                      I'd put Andy Messersmith in the rotation over John Lackey. I agree that Brian Downing should be on the bench. Troy Glaus at third over DeCinces. Add Troy Percival to the Bullpen.
                      I agree with Messersmith and Percy.

                      Glaus vs. DeCinces. Glaus played for the Angels 7 years, has a .253 career average, .945 fielding %, 182 homers as an Angel. DeCinces played for the Angels 6 years, had a .259 career average, .959 fielding %, 130 HR. Does Glaus' power make up for better fielding on the part of DeCinces?

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                      • #12
                        DeCinces or Glaus

                        Good arguement for DeCinces,Cajun. I watched DeCinces in Baltimore before his best years,so I might not be as objective as I should be. Angels fans have a better perspective of the two. I'll bet there are fans of both that would argue this position.




                        Originally posted by CaliforniaCajun
                        I agree with Messersmith and Percy.

                        Glaus vs. DeCinces. Glaus played for the Angels 7 years, has a .253 career average, .945 fielding %, 182 homers as an Angel. DeCinces played for the Angels 6 years, had a .259 career average, .959 fielding %, 130 HR. Does Glaus' power make up for better fielding on the part of DeCinces?

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                        • #13
                          Glaus also has a past history of injuries.
                          Angels 2002 World Champions 1979 1982 1986 2004 2005 AL West Champs

                          Southern California is covered in Red now

                          5 Straight Series Win:gt :gt



                          The saviors
                          Jered Weaver 3-0 with a 1.86 ERA and a Sub 1 WHIP with 17K to 3Walk ratio
                          Kendry Morales 279 AVG 3 HR'S 11 RBI
                          Mike Napoli 323 AVG 4HR'S 11 RBI

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                          • #14
                            DeCinces-Glaus

                            Glaus last 2 years with the Angels were injury marred.
                            Both have about the same amount of post-season experience.

                            Glaus
                            72 AB 18 Runs 25 hits 5 2B 1 3B 9 HR 16 RBI's .347 .333 ALCS .364 in 1 WS

                            DeCinces
                            89 AB 13 Runs 24 Hits 6 2B 0 3B 2 HR 9 RBI's .270 .297 ALCS .200 in 1 WS

                            Figgins,I visited Seal Beach on a vacation to Ca. once. Beautiful place!

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                            • #15
                              I would rather have Glaus' power at 3rd

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