Angels All Time Leaders – Through 2019

laangelsWith baseball shut down because of the corona virus, I thought it would be an interesting time to look at the all time leaders in both offensive and defensive categories for all 30 teams. We continue today with the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim.

The Angels began life in 1961, joining the American League along with the second incarnation of the Washington Senators.  They’ve changed their location designation multiple times, starting in Los Angeles, changing to California in 1966, moving to Anaheim in 1997 and, awkwardly incorporating both Los Angeles and Anaheim starting in 2005, and finally returning to just Los Angeles in 2016.  I’ve seen them play 36 times, including games 1 and 2 of the 2005 ALCS against the White Sox and Jim Thome’s 500th career home run in 2008.

Home Runs

Name Total
Vladimir Guerrero 5
Chone Figgins 3
Garret Anderson 3
Juan Rivera 3

Hits

Name Total
Maicer Izturis 21
Howie Kendrick 18
Vladimir Guerrero 16

Runs

Name Total
Vladimir Guerrero 10
Maicer Izturis 8
Chone Figgins 8

RBI

Name Total
Garret Anderson 9
Howie Kendrick 9
Shohei Ohtani 9

Doubles

Name Total
Torii Hunter 5
Maicer Izturis 4
Casey Kotchman 4

Triples

Name Total
Vernon Wells 1

Batting Average (> 10 AB)

Name Total
Steve Finley 0.500
Erick Aybar 0.385
Shohei Ohtani 0.385

Stolen Bases

Name Total
Chone Figgins 7
Torii Hunter 3
3 tied with 2

And now, the defensive side of the ball.

Wins

Name Total
Jered Weaver 3
Ervin Santana 2
Joe Saunders 2

Losses

Name Total
Dustin Moseley 2
13 tied with 1

ERA (> 8 IP)

Name Total
Jered Weaver 0.46
Francisco Rodriguez 0.87
Joe Saunders 1.66

Strikeouts

Name Total
Ervin Santana 21
Jered Weaver 19
Francisco Rodriguez 17
John Lackey 17

Appearances

Name Total
Francisco Rodriguez 11
Scot Shields 8
Kevin Jespen 5

Saves

Name Total
Francisco Rodriguez 7
7 tied with 1

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