Angels Hall of Fame

The Los Angeles Angels Hall of Fame

The few, the elite, the enshrined members of the Angels Hall of Fame. Listed below in yearly induction order are Major League Baseball players who have been recognized by the Los Angeles Angels franchise.

"The inclusion of Garret ( Anderson ) into the Angels Hall of Fame will be a special moment for our organization and a fan base fortunate to watch his numerous contributions in an Angels uniform. Garret was the model of consistency during his fifteen seasons with the Angels, and we are proud he will be joining this distinguished group of Angels." - Angels Owner Art Moreno (08/20/2016, Angel Stadium, Pregame Ceremony Announcement)
Angels Hall of Fame
The Angels Hall of Fame | Angels Franchise History
Inducted
Angels Hall of Famers
Number
Position(s)
Years
1988
2B
1977 - 1986
1989
SS
1961 - 1971
Manager
1978 - 1981
1990
DH & LF
1977 - 1982
1991
1B
1979 - 1985
Coach
1992 - 1999
1992
P
1972 - 1979
1995
Coach
1972 - 1994
2009
5 & 9
DH & LF & C
1978 - 1990
P
1986 - 1999
2011
Gene Autry
Founder
1961 - 1998
2012
ALL
2002
2013
2B
1964 - 1969
2015
P
1961 - 1966
RF
1992 - 2006
P
1981 - 1990
2016
LF
1994 - 2008
2017
RF & DH
2004 - 2009
Inducted
Angels Hall of Famers
Number
Position(s)
Years

Angels Hall of Famers | Research by Baseball Almanac



The Angels Hall of Fame names that appear in bold print were also inducted into the National Baseball Hall of Fame. Numbers in bold print, are uniform numbers that the Angels have officially retired.
Did you know that Gene Autry never actually wore #26, but the franchise retired it in his honor on October 3, 1982? Why? An active roster is limited to twenty-five players, Autry was their "26th" teammate.
Don Baylor was also an Angels Team Captain, from 1978 through 1982, an honor only give to one other player in franchise history. Do you know what second baseman was once the team captain, in 1977? [ Answer ]
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