What are the stats for the Angels?

What are the stats for the Angels?


  • Batting Average. .248. AVG. 6TH OVERALL.
  • Home Runs. HR. 1ST OVERALL.
  • Runs. 164. R.
  • Stolen Bases. SB. T 3RD OVERALL.
  • Runs Created. 151.33. RC.
  • Isolated Power. .178. ISO.
  • Wins. W. T 3RD OVERALL.
  • Earned Run Average. 3.37. ERA. 5TH OVERALL.

Who has hit the most home runs for the Angels?

superstar Mike Trout
Trout swims upstream of Salmon in record books ANAHEIM — Angels superstar Mike Trout reached yet another milestone, as he set the record for most career homers at Angel Stadium, smacking his 161st blast at home to surpass Tim Salmon’s previous record of 160.

Who has the most hits in Angels history?

Garret Anderson
Career Top 10 Leaders

1. Garret Anderson 2368
2. Tim Salmon 1674
3. Brian Downing 1588
4. Darin Erstad 1505
5. Mike Trout 1453

Who is the highest paid player on the Angels?

Los Angeles Angels superstar Mike Trout trails Cole by less than $500K in average annual salary at $35.54 million. The three-time MVP inked a 12-year, $426.5 million extension ahead of the 2019 campaign. In fourth is another player who signed a new deal this offseason: Carlos Correa.

Who has the most home runs on the Angels 2021?

Mike Trout
Los Angeles Angels all-time home run leaders as of October 2021

Characteristic Number of home runs
Mike Trout 310
Tim Salmon 299
Garret Anderson 272
Albert Pujols 222

How many HR does the Angels pitcher have?

Here are Ohtani’s final major stats for 2021: . 965 OPS, 46 HR, 100 RBI, 9-2, 3.18 ERA, 1.090 WHIP, 156 K, 130.1 IP.

Who has the most home runs in a season?

Barry Bonds
Most Home Runs in One Season? 45 or More

HR Player/Team Year
73 Barry Bonds, San Francisco (N.L.) 2001
70 Mark McGwire, St. Louis (N.L.) 1998
66 Sammy Sosa, Chicago (N.L.) 1998
65 Mark McGwire, St. Louis (N.L.) 1999

How Many Angels players are in the Hall of Fame?

Angels Hall of Fame

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Inducted Angels Hall of Famers Number
2015 Mike Witt 39
2016 Garret Anderson 16
2017 Vladimir Guerrero 27

Who has the richest baseball contract?

1. Mike Trout, Los Angeles Angels – $426.5M (12 years) Trout’s contract, signed in March 2019, added two years to the outfielder’s existing deal with the Angels and easily remains the highest in MLB history.

How many home runs does the Angel pitcher have?

In 2021, Ohtani posted 46 home runs and 156 strikeouts in 130.1 innings pitched.