12 Facts About Los Angeles Angels

1. Los Angeles Angels are an American professional baseball team based in the Los Angeles metropolitan area.

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2. The Los Angeles Angels compete in Major League Baseball as a member club of the American League (AL) West division.

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3. Los Angeles Angels won the World Series in 2002, their first and only championship appearance to date.

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4. Under Disney's ownership and the leadership of manager Mike Scioscia, the Los Angeles Angels won their first pennant and World Series championship in 2002.

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5. Rally Monkey was born in 2000 when the scoreboard showed a clip from Ace Ventura: Pet Detective, after which the Los Angeles Angels rallied to win the game.

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6. From 2004 to 2009, the Los Angeles Angels reached the postseason five times, sparking a renewal of the Rally Monkey's popularity.

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7. In 2019, the Los Angeles Angels were fifth in MLB in attendance, with a total of 3,019,012 people.

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8. In 2009, the Los Angeles Angels were voted as the number one franchise in professional sports in Fan Value by ESPN magazine.

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9. Directly after this from 1971 to 1985, the Los Angeles Angels adopted a logo that had the word "Los Angeles Angels" written on an outline of the State of California.

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10. In 1986, the Los Angeles Angels adopted the "big A" on top of a baseball as their new logo, with the shadow of California in the background.

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11. Three months into the 2021 season, Sutton and the Los Angeles Angels parted ways, and former Miami Marlins announcer Rich Waltz took over as a substitute.

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12. Waltz only lasted until the end of the 2021 season, after which the Los Angeles Angels tapped studio host Patrick O'Neal to serve as Vasgersian's substitute.

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