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AL West
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  • World Series titles: 2002
  • American League champs: 2002
  • Division champs:2009; 2008; 2007; 2005;
    2004; 1986; 1982; 1979
  • Wild Card: 2002
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The 2002 team was the only team that has ever yet been able to deliver a World Series Championship for this Southern California franchise.

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With the off-season additions of Torii Hunter and Jon Garland, the Angels look to solidify their place on top the division by repeating as division champions in 2008.



Team History

Retired Numbers

  • 11 - Jim Fregosi
    • Number retired by Angels in 1998.
    • Became the first popular Angels player.
    • Holds franchise record with 70 career triples.
    • Six-time all star
    • Managed the Angels from 1978-1981
  • 26 - Gene Autry
    • Bought the original expansion team.
    • Moved them to Anaheim in 1963.
    • Sold the team to Disney in 1995
    • Passed away in 1998.
    • Never saw the Angels win a World Series.
  • 29 - Rod Carew
    • Number retired by Angels in 2005.
    • Traded to the Angels in 1979 after 12 years with the Twins.
    • Got his 3,000th hit with the Angels.
    • Finished career with 3,053 hits and a .328 batting average.
    • Elected into The Baseball Hall of Fame in 1991.
  • 30 - Nolan Ryan
    • Number retired by Angels in 1987.
    • Played for team from 1972-1979.
    • Led A.L. in strikeouts 7 out of 8 years he was the Angels.
    • Recorded 7 no-hitters and 12 one-hitters during his career.
    • Was an eight-time all star.
    • Elected into The Baseball Hall of Fame in 1999.
  • 42 - Jackie Robinson
    • In 1947, Jackie Robinson became the first African American man to play in the Major Leagues.
    • Number retired throughout baseball in 1997.
    • Played for Brooklyn Dodgers from 1947-56.
    • From his Baseball Hall of Fame Plaque: "Leading NL batter in 1949. Holds fielding mark for second baseman playing in 150 or more games with .992. Led NL in stolen bases in 1947 and 1949. Most Valuable Player in 1949. Lifetime batting average .311. Joint record holder for most double plays by second baseman, 137 in 1951. Led second baseman in double plays 1949-50-51-52."
  • 50 - Jimmie Reese
    • Was a batboy for the PCL's Los Angeles Angels (1919-1923).
    • Hired in 1972, at age 71, as the Angels conditioning coach.
    • Led the team during fielding practice.
    • Died in 1994 at age 92, and was still employed by the Angels

Owners

General Managers

Managers

Awards

MVP

Cy Young

Rookie of the Year

Silver Slugger

All-Time Team Leaders & Stats

Career Records

Single Season Records

Record Per Season

Year Team Record Win %
1961 Los Angeles Angels 70-91 .435
1962 Los Angeles Angels 86-76 .531
1963 Los Angeles Angels 70-91 .435
1964 Los Angeles Angels 82-80 .506
1965 Los Angeles Angels
California Angels
75-87 .463
1966 California Angels 80-82 .494
1967 California Angels 84-77 .522
1968 California Angels 67-95 .414
1969 California Angels 71-91 .438
1970 California Angels 86-76 .531
1971 California Angels 76-86 .469
1972 California Angels 75-80 .484
1973 California Angels 79-83 .488
1974 California Angels 68-94 .420
1975 California Angels 72-89 .447
1976 California Angels 76-86 .469
1977 California Angels 74-88 .457
1978 California Angels 87-75 .537
1979 California Angels 88-74 .543
1980 California Angels 65-95 .406
1981 California Angels 51-59 .464
1982 California Angels 93-69 .574
1983 California Angels 70-92 .432
1984 California Angels 81-81 .500
1985 California Angels 90-72 .556
1986 California Angels 92-70 .568
1987 California Angels 75-87 .463
1988 California Angels 75-87 .463
1989 California Angels 91-71 .562
1990 California Angels 80-82 .494
1991 California Angels 81-81 .500
1992 California Angels 72-90 .444
1993 California Angels 71-91 .438
1994 California Angels 47-68 .409
1995 California Angels 78-67 .538
1996 California Angels 70-91 .435
1997 Anaheim Angels 84-78 .519
1998 Anaheim Angels 85-77 .525
1999 Anaheim Angels 70-92 .432
2000 Anaheim Angels 82-80 .506
2001 Anaheim Angels 75-87 .463
2002 Anaheim Angels 99-63 .611
2003 Anaheim Angels 77-85 .475
2004 Anaheim Angels 92-70 .568
2005 Los Angeles Angels Of Anaheim 95-67 .586
2006 Los Angeles Angels Of Anaheim 89-73 .549
2007 Los Angeles Angels Of Anaheim 94-68 .580
2008 Los Angeles Angels Of Anaheim 100-62 .617
2009 Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim 97-65 .599

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