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675 Paularino Ave. Suite #6
(Just off Bristol & 405)
9am - 5:30pm Mon-Fri
10am - 4pm Sat
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2000 East Gene Autry Way Anaheim, CA 92803
Angels Vs Red Sox
For two teams that occupy different coasts and play in a different division the Boston Red Sox and Los Angeles Angels have a long history that includes several recent postseason matchups and a surprising number of star players who've played for both clubs over the years. Since 2004 LA and Boston have met in the postseason four times with the Red Sox winning three of four series. During both Red Sox World Series runs, in 2004 and 2007, the Sox defeated the Angels on their path to the World Series championship.
The Red Sox and Angels have had a number of high profile players who have played for both teams. One of the first stars to make the transition from Boston to the Angels was former USC star Fred Lynn. The first player to win MVP and Rookie of the Year in his first season, Lynn was traded to the Angels in a blockbuster 1980 trade. The list of additional players who spent time on both clubs reads like a virtual who's who of former Angel stars. This list includes Don Baylor, Dante Bichette, Bill Buckner, Rick Burleson, Gary Gaetti, Mike Napoli, Mo Vaughn, Dan Petry, Lee Smith, and Luis Tiant. All told there are 110 players in the history of major league baseball who have played for both franchises. With their national following the Red Sox are one of the most popular visitor tickets each year at the Big A. Their two World Series runs after years of futility have just increased their national following. In the past fifteen years the Angels and Red Sox series has been highly competitive with the Red Sox holding a 57-52 advantage in 109 games played. Over that period the run differential between the two teams is only four (538-534), yet another reminder of how competitive this series has been.
Many of the stars that made up the two Red Sox World Series title teams have moved on to other clubs or retirement, but the Boston roster is still full of savvy veterans and an elite pitching staff. The rejuvenated Red Sox farm system has shown the ability to produce major league contributors over the past couple of years and that pattern should continue into the foreseeable future.