#89, LEE THOMAS, 1B-OF
and he ranked #94 on our post-2005 season list (LINK)
Lee Thomas had the nickname "Mad Dog" for a temper - and he had reason to be mad as he was one of the most horrible fielders in Angels history.
Acquired early in the 1961 season, he wore a halo until a few months into the 1964 season. His slump in 1963 was a terrible followup to the great campaign he had in 1962, the season that saw the Angels surprise all of baseball by being in first place in the American League in July and remain in contention through September.
In 1962 he led the club with a .290 batting average and an OPS+ of 123. He was one of four Angels to play 160 games that year - Leon Wagner, Billy Moran and Albie Pearson joined him - and they all made this list as well.
His numbers and career rankings in Angels lore all run almost equal to Leroy Stanton's - they played in different eras but each amassed an OPS+ while with the Angels of 106 - just a smidge over ordinary. Thomas ranks a little higher on this list for his 61 career home runs as an Angel, 14 more than Stanton managed.