Los Angeles Angels Managers

This is a comprehensive analysis of managers for the Los Angeles Angels organization. Win / loss statistics, winning percentage, position in division, and games behind the leader are also shown for each manager. Links include a year; which leads to the American League season in review; the manager(s) name, which leads to his career statistics; and a roster, which leads to a list of every player on the team during the year.

"Of all the things we have in this game - hits and runs and stolen bases and home runs - the thing we have the most of is outs." - Los Angeles Angels Manager (1961-1964) Bill Rigney in The Baseball Card Engagement Book (1990)
Los Angeles Angels Managers
1961 - 1965

Los Angeles Angels Managers & Finishes in Chronological Order

Year

Uniform #

Manager(s)

Wins

Losses

WP

Finish

GB

Roster

18

70
91
.435
8 th
38½

18

86
76
.531
3 rd
10

18

70
91
.435
9 th
34
18
82
80
.506
5 th
17

18

75
87
.463
7 th
27

Year

Uniform #

Manager(s)

Wins

Losses

WP

Finish

GB

Roster

Los Angeles Angels Managers & Finishes



From 1961 to 1965, the Anaheim Angels ( click here for their managers ) were the Los Angeles Angels . In 1965, they were renamed the California Angels ( click here for their managers ) and in 1997 they became the modern day Anaheim Angels only to change their name to the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim in 2005.

During the 1962 season the Los Angeles Angels , who had an eight-six & seventy-six (86-76) record, had their largest attendance when 1,144,063 fans attended home games.

Did you know that during the sixties and seventies ten teams were added to the Major Leagues and the Angels were the first of those teams to put together a winning season?

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