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The 20 Greatest Los Angeles Angels of All-Time

The Los Angeles Angels franchise has existed since 1961. For the entirety of their existence, they have played in the American League. During their history they have been known by three names: Los Angeles Angels (1961 – 1964, 2016 – Present), California Angels (1965 – 1996), Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim (2005 – 2015). The Angels franchise has won one

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100 Greatest Starting Pitchers of All-Time

One of the most polarizing baseball discussions today centers around starting pitching. The divide is multi faceted. For the last couple decades, many fans and retired pitchers alike go on and on about how today’s pitchers don’t go deep enough into games or that they aren’t allowed to pitch out of jams, or that they don’t pitch often enough. The

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Texas Rangers All-Time Roster

This is the Texas Rangers all-time roster. I decided to select two players for each infield position, six outfielders (regardless of specific position), and one designated hitter for each AL team. Hitters had to have a minimum of 1,500 plate appearance. For pitching, we selected seven starting pitchers, three non-closers, and two closers. Starting pitchers had to start at least

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Los Angeles Angels All-Time Roster

This is the Los Angeles Angels all-time roster. I decided to select two players for each infield position, six outfielders (regardless of specific position), and one designated hitter for each AL team. Hitters had to have a minimum of 1,500 plate appearance. For pitching, we selected seven starting pitchers, three non-closers, and two closers. Starting pitchers had to start at

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Houston Astros All-Time Roster

This is the Houston Astros all-time roster. I decided to select two players for each infield position, six outfielders (regardless of specific position), and one designated hitter for each AL team. Hitters had to have a minimum of 1,500 plate appearance. For pitching, we selected seven starting pitchers, three non-closers, and two closers. Starting pitchers had to start at least

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