2003: The Royals’ offense pounded out 15 hits while Brian Anderson tossed a complete-game shutout to help Kansas City keep pace in the AL Central race with a 5-0 victory over the Angels at Edison Field in Anaheim.Oddly, 14 of the Royals’ hits were singles; the only extra-base hit was Angel Berroa’s solo home run in the fourth inning. Every Royal except Raul Ibanez had at least...
By Joe Haakenson, AngelsWin.com Contributor -
SEPT. 5, 2002
GAME 139 - ANGELS AT DEVIL RAYS
ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. – Stepping into the batter's box in the sixth inning Thursday night at Tropicana Field, Garret Anderson had already hit a three-run homer, a double and a single. A triple away from hitting for the cycle for the first time in his career, the Angels' left...
Joe Haakenson, AngelsWin.com Contributor -
MAY 21, 2002
GAME 43 - ROYALS AT ANGELS
ANAHEIM – Garret Anderson’s three-run home run in the
seventh inning broke open a tight game and led the Angels to a 5-1 win over the
Kansas City Royals before 15,593 at Edison Field.
Anderson’s homer, his seventh of the season, followed an RBI
single by Troy Glaus, which snapped a...
By all rights, Garret Anderson was a greater baseball player than Tim Salmon.
Salmon beats Anderson by .099 points in OPS, so he was probably the better overall player. But, in the context of Angels history, Anderson played two more seasons in a California/Anaheim/Los Angeles uniform, had 2,529 hits to Salmon’s 1674, had 1,365 RBIs to Salmon’s 1,016 and hit a bases-clearing double...
Interview Conducted by David Saltzer - AngelsWin.com Senior Writer
Angels great outfielder and color analyst spends a few minutes to talk
with AngelsWin.com to talk a bit about his playing days, his transition
to the broadcast booth, and on the phenom that is known at Mike Trout.
Click below to watch our interview with GA.
Garret Anderson Interviews with AngelsWin...
Twelve starts into the season, Josh Johnson is yet to bedazzle us with a no-hit bid or double-digit strikeout game. If the season were to end tomorrow, all of the “There’s only one October” advertisements would become literal, and Johnson would finish with career-worst totals in earned run average and strikeout and hits allowed rates. Barring a historical run, Johnson is...