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675 Paularino Ave. Suite #6 Costa Mesa,CA 92626
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Angel Stadium Address
2000 E Gene Autry Way, Anaheim, CA 92806
Opening Day for the Los Angeles Angels:
The Angels have made an interesting transition from that plucky club armed with a great farm system, developing players from within and playing a disciplined and winning brand of baseball under Mike Scioscia. They still play that disciplined baseball under one of the best managers in baseball and have that consistent farm system, but during the tenure of Artie Moreno they've consistently utilized free agency to bolster their already competitive roster. Following last season's massive signing of future Hall of Famer Albert Pujols the Angels went out and made another surprising and massive play on the free agent market, taking superstar outfielder Josh Hamilton away from the division rival Texas Rangers.
With Pujols a year in and coming off a massive second half and Josh Hamilton manning the outfield along with the amazing Mike Trout the Angels have that feel of a team destined to go keep into the playoffs. Like their fellow Los Angeles National League partners, the Dodgers, big things are expected from the Angels this season.
Following visits to Cincinnati and Texas the Angels will return to Southern California on April 9th for their home opener. When the Angels do return home they'll find a familiar foe and surprise team from last year in the Oakland Athletics. This will be the Angels 53rd home opener since they became an AL expansion franchise in 1961. Since the days of Gene Autry to the purchase of the team by Disney and eventual sale to Artie Moreno the Angels have long had a special place in the heart of Southern Californians. They'll expect a capacity crowd of over 45,000 fans and first pitch is set for 7:05 with an Angels Wall Calendar the opening night promotion. With the Angels playing six on the road prior to the opener the either newly acquired Jason Vargas or Joe Blanton will likely start the home opener. Like in years past the fans will be treated with a fireworks show following the game.
The excitement in Anaheim is building. With the addition of Hamilton the Halo's have a lineup that very well may have three of the top ten players in the game. This year's opener will be highly anticipated like last year's. It's hard to top the Pujols signing, but the signing of Hamilton comes close. Of course last season's excitement was tempered by a poor start by Pujols that eventually ended with a third place finish in the division behind the Rangers and surprising A's.
The lengthy spring training building is over and it's nearly time to play baseball. With the Rangers losing Josh Hamilton and Mike Napoli this very well could be the Angels year. With a full season of Mike Trout and a year under his belt in the AL for Albert Pujols the Angels should get off to a quick start.