Top 100 Angels (2008)

Top 100 Angels: Kelvim ESCOBAR #57


Pitcher Kelvim Escobar was part of Arte Moreno's mad cash dash '03-'04 offseason signing frenzy that added Bartolo Colon, Jose Guillen and Vladimir Guerrero to the Angels. He was a critical...

Top 100 Angels: Donnie MOORE #58


If I ever make a list of my 10 saddest memories at Anaheim/Edison/Angel Stadium, a game Donnie Moore blew against the A's early in the 1987 season will be near the top. The crowd booed him...

Top 100 Angels: Brendan DONNELLY #59


If right handed reliever Brendan Donnelly is under-appreciated for his contributions to the Angels, it was only his misfortune to pitch in the shadow of Percival, Shields and Frankie. In 295...

Top 100 Angels: Jered WEAVER #60


With 35 wins in just three seasons, Jered Weaver ranks 25th All-Time as an Angel pitcher. For comparisons, Ken Forsch ranks 24th with 36 and pitched 130+ more innings than “Lil Weave.”A first round...

Top 100 Angels: Johnny RAY #61


Johnny Ray was a lot like our recent honoree Angel Jerry Remy - they both played a few seasons in Anaheim at 2nd Base and did a serviceable job there. Johnny is a little higher up on this list...

Top 100 Angels: Dave CHALK #62


Playing the hot corner on some offensively-challenged Angel teams of the mid-1970s, Dave Chalk showed up almost every day to provide league average defense and league average offense in an era when...

Top 100 Angels: George BRUNET #63


Left-Handed Starting Pitcher George Brunet played for the Angels from 1964 until he was sold to the expansion Pilots in the middle of the 1969 season. He racked up some impressive accomplishments...

Top 100 Angels: Leroy STANTON #64


There are 35 Angels with over 2,000 plate appearances. Leroy Stanton is one of them. In 2,009 Plate Appearances he hit 47 regular season homeruns as an Angel, tied withDave Winfield (in only 1103...

Top 100 Angels: Luis POLONIA #65


While the Angels had four lousy seasons 1990-93, they were made bearable by the exciting play of Luis Polonia. A speedy Left Fielder with League Average defense and a good batting average, Luis...

Top 100 Angels: Ken FORSCH #66


Pitcher Ken Forsch was one of the few strong arms on the staff of the 1982 A.L. Western Division Champion Angels. The cream of that team's key players are represented much higher on this list, but...

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