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Los Angeles Angels Tickets

Los Angeles Angels Tickets

The Los Angeles Angels were established in 1961, although the team name had been in use by various sports organizations in the city all the way back to the 19th century. It was not until 1979 that the Angels reached their first postseason, but the team began to steadily progress afterwards. The Angels nearly reached the World Series in both 1982 and 1986, but it was not until the 21st century that the team would reach the pinnacle of its success. Led by Troy Glaus, John Lackey, and the famous Rally Monkey mascot, the Angles defeated the San Francisco Giants to win the 2002 World Series title.

Angel Stadium of Anaheim, Home to the Los Angeles Angels

Angel Stadium, also called ""The Big A,"" has been the Los Angeles Angels' home ballpark since 1966. Situated in Anaheim, California, Angel Stadium is located just minutes from the Honda Center, an indoor arena where the Anaheim Ducks hockey team plays, as well as Disneyland. The park's most noticeable feature is its 210-foot-tall, 210-ton ""Big A"" sign in its parking lot which is topped off with a halo that lights up whenever the Angels win. The rallying cry for Angels fans, ""Light up the Halo!"" comes from the Big A sign.

Los Angeles Angels and the American League West

The Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim are part of the American League West, along with the Oakland Athletics, Seattle Mariners, and Texas Rangers. Despite winning eight division titles, the team has only captured one AL pennant and World Series championship-both in 2002. While the Angels count many teams-both within and out of their division-rivals, they have a storied rivalry with that other LA team-the Dodgers. Theirs has been referred to as the "Freeway Series," named after the freeway linking the two teams’ stadiums.

Los Angeles Angels 2012 Team Outlook

No team made a bigger splash during this off-season than the Los Angeles Angels. After a disappointing 2011 campaign, the team spent more than $300 million in order to acquire both C.J. Wilson, the best starting pitcher on the free-agent market, and Albert Pujols, arguably the best player of this generation. Wilson will be added to a starting rotation that is already stocked with abundant talent, while Pujols will give the Angels' offense a much-needed power boost. In short, the Angels are now a serious threat to overtake the Texas Rangers in the American League West and make a run for the World Series.


Los Angeles Angels Tickets