A Glance at Greatness: The Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim All-Time Team
Team Name: Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim
Year Established: 1961
City: Los Angeles
Ballpark: Angel Stadium of Anaheim
Previous Nicknames: Los Angeles Angels (1961-1965), California Angels (1965-1996), Anaheim Angels (1997-2004)
League: American League
Division: AL West
Number of Playoff Appearances: 8
Number of Pennants: 1
World Series Titles: 2002
Catcher: Bob Boone
First Base:Rod Carew
Second Base:Bobby Grich
Third Base: Chone Figgins
Outfield: Garret Anderson, Tim Salmon, Chili Davis
Pitchers:Chuck Finley, Troy Percival, Nolan Ryan, Mark Witt, Frank Tanana
Bench: Brian Downing, Troy Glaus, Darin Erstad
An interesting team. They are an average all-time team and wouldn't compare to some of the better teams.
They have a good pitching staff, which is anchored by Nolan Ryan. They also have a great defensive catcher, Bob Boone, to call the games.
Some people will argue that Troy Glaus should be the starting third baseman, but Chone Figgins also had good years in the outfield.
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