Angel Stadium of Anaheim

Angel Stadium of Anaheim

2000 E. Gene Autry Way,
Anaheim, CA

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About Angel Stadium of Anaheim

With three million fans attending every year for the tenth straight year as of 2012, it is always difficult to find Angels baseball parking spaces unless you book Angel Stadium parking in advance. The team moved into Angel Stadium after the structure was completed in 1966. Seating around 45,480, it is the 10th largest baseball stadium by capacity. More

The stadium’s also known as “The Big A” due to the large “A” in the Angels baseball parking lot, which at one point was a scoreboard support in itself. With all the fans coming to see the team, it has been harder to find Anaheim Angels parking, so it is best to book Angels baseball parking ahead of time with ParkWhiz.

The team has been owned by some interesting characters since it came into existence in 1961. The franchise rights were first owned by Philip Wrigley, who sold them to Walter O’Malley, who finally sold the rights to actor Gene Autry. In 1966, the team moved from its initial home of Los Angeles to Anaheim, whereupon they took the name of the “California Angels” until 1996. The team first made the playoffs in 1979, but fell one series short of a World Series appearance. After several near misses at the World Series, there were whispers of a hex against the Angels, which wasn’t helped when the team collapsed in 1995, concluding with a loss in aone-game playoff with Seattle. The Angels finally won the World Series in 2002 against the San Francisco Giants. Following this, Disney sold the team, and the new owner, Arturo Moreno, changed the name of the team to the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim. This caused a legal battle with the cities of Anaheim and Los Angeles. Despite this, the name stuck and remains the team’s full name today. Finding Anaheim Angels parking can be difficult, so booking Angels baseball parking spots in advance with ParkWhiz is the best solution.

ParkWhiz is easy; all you need to do is find the game that you want to see, book your Anaheim Angels baseball parking spot and print out your ParkWhiz parking pass. Once that’s done, you can sit back and enjoy the game at Angel Stadium.

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