Found October 26, 2013 on Angelswin:
  By Joe Haakenson, Contributor -   OCT. 26, 2002WORLD SERIES GAME 7GIANTS AT ANGELS   ANAHEIM -- It used to be something that could only happen in a Disney movie, and even then it required some sort of divine intervention.   But fantasy gave way to reality on Sunday night when the real-life Angels beat the San Francisco Giants in the seventh game of the World Series, 4-1, capturing the first championship in the 42 years of the franchise.   An Edison Field crowd of 44,598 was on its feet when Angels closer Troy Percival got Kenny Lofton to fly out to center fielder Darin Erstad for the final out, setting off a wild celebration on the field that spilled over into the clubhouse.   Percival emerged from the pile of bodies near the mound in tears, and soonafter right fielder Tim Salmon held aloft a white cowboy hat that belonged to original Angels owner Gene Autry.   ``I said we've got to have Mr. Autry on the field any way we can,'' Salmon said. ...

Halo Headlines: Trout named Baseball America Player of the Year, player arbitration projections

The October 25th, 2013 edition of daily news for the Los Angeles Angels including Trout named Baseball America Player of the Year, player arbitration projections and much more... The Story: Mike Trout has been named MLB Player of the Year by Baseball America. The Monkey Says: Trout is going to clean up with all of these non-mainstream awards yet I doubt he'll even get...

THE DAY AFTER | Angels Classic Rewind | Dateline: October 27th, 2002

By Joe Haakenson, Contributor -  OCT. 27, 2002 THE DAY AFTER ANAHEIM -- Flash back for a moment to March 1, when the Angels played their Cactus League opener against the Seattle Mariners. Final score: Angels 15, Mariners 2. ''The offense we saw was a great sign,'' Angels manager Mike Scioscia said after the game. ''It's only spring...

WORLD SERIES GAME 6 | Angels Classic Rewind | Dateline: October 25th, 2002

By Joe Haakenson, Contributor -   OCT. 25, 2002WORLD SERIES GAME 6GIANTS AT ANGELS   ANAHEIM -- Their pulse faint, their offense lifeless, the Angels were eight outs away from a long winter's nap.   But these Angels have a certain way about them, having an ability to come back when all seems lost. Saturday night in Game 6 of the World Series, they put...
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