by Glen McKee, AngelsWin.com Columnist & Satirist -
In a handful of days Angels baseball will be over for 2103. It’s a semantic distinction; meaningful Angels baseball has been over for at least a month now, and posters on Angelswin.com have been reduced to arguing about Cowgill versus Shuck in the starting lineup, why Calhoun wasn’t starting every day, and what the team can do to make 2014 not be like 2013 or 2012, or 2011. Or even 2010. The offseason is dead ahead, and I for one don’t know what I’m going to do when the last pitch of Angels baseball in 2013 is thrown this Sunday in Arlington Stadium (hopefully knocking the Rangers out of the playoffs). I have a feeling I’m not alone. What will I/we do with all the free time we’ll have when we’re not analyzing why Trout is stealing fewer bases and why we don’t have a foreign presence? I’ve come up with a few suggestions.
Celebrate great historical moments in Angels baseball on their anniversaries.
Here are a few