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How do you sum up an evening with Mr. Angel? As the first of our guest speakers, Tim Salmon got the party rolling at the 2013 AngelsWin.com Spring Training Fanfest as our first of many guests in the evening. The AngelsWin.com Board of Directors started off the talk with a few questions that they had prepared for the Kingfish. Emceed by Chuck Richter, the founder of AngelsWin.com, he asked how Tim's relationship with Mike Scioscia has evolved from being a player on the team to an analyst in the broadcast booth. In one of the most interesting and challenging questions, Chuck  asked him which outfield was the best one in which he played; Anderson/Edmonds/Salmon or Anderson/Erstad/Salmon. The comparison between the two made Tim think quite a bit, and led to an interesting comparison of the style of play between Edmonds and Erstad.   Click below to listen watch part 1 of the AngelsWin.com 2013 Spring Training Fanfest talk with Tim Salmon. Tim Salmon 2013 AngelsWin Spring Tr...
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