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There are five former Angels on the ballot

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It’s already that time. Today is the 2021 MLB Hall of Fame announcement. You can catch all the coverage on MLB Network starting at 12:00 p.m. PT, with the results coming in around 3:15 p.m. PT.

There isn’t a lot of excitement surrounding former Angels players this year, as no former Angels players are expected to make it in. There are five former Angels on the ballot, including Torii Hunter, Bobby Abreu, Dan Haren, LaTroy Hawkins and Shane Victorino.

With the exception of Abreu, the other four players are making their first appearance on the ballot.

Torii Hunter

Hunter was the longest tenured Angel on this list, as he spent 713 career games in a Halos uniform. He played outfield for LA from 2008-2012. During his tenure, he hit 105 homers while driving in 432 runs. He also had 768 hits and scored 396 runs. In addition to his great bat, Hunter also won two Gold Glove Awards.

Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim v Oakland Athletics Photo by Jed Jacobsohn/Getty Images

Bobby Abreu

Abreu had the second longest tenure, appearing in 456 games from 2009-2012. His best season came in his first season in LA, when he finished 12th in MVP voting.

New York Yankees v Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim, Game 5 Photo by Kevork Djansezian/Getty Images

Dan Haren

Haren spent his 13 career seasons playing for eight teams, and the Angels are tied with Oakland and Arizona for being his longest tenured team. He was with the club from 2010-2012. In 2011, Haren actually finished seventh in Cy Young voting.

Cleveland Indians v Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim Photo by Stephen Dunn/Getty Images

LaTroy Hawkins

Hawkins spent 21 years in the league, and one of them was a brief stint in Anaheim. In 2012, during his age-39 season, Hawkins pitched 48 games for the Angels.

Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim v Boston Red Sox Photo by J Rogash/Getty Images

Shane Victorino

Finally, there’s Victorino, who spent his final 38 games in the league with the Angels in 2015.

Oakland Athletics v Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim Photo by Stephen Dunn/Getty Images

Hall of Fame broadcast info

Time: 12 p.m. PT

Hall of Fame announcement: ~3:15 p.m. PT

TV: MLB Network

Streaming: MLB AtBat, MLB Network