20. Anaheim Angels: World Series Champion In 2002
The Anaheim Angels won the world series against the San Francisco Giants on October 27, 2002, by 4-3.
The championship was held at Edison International Field in Anaheim, California. It was the 98th edition of the world series.
The team was known as Anaheim Angels from 1997 until 2004 but later changed to Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim in 2005. The name was shortened to Los Angeles Angels in 2016.
The former Anaheim's baseball first and third baseman, Troy Glaus, was the MVP of the match.
The total attendance of the match was 306,414, while the average attendance was 43,773. The winning players shared $272,147, and the losing team shared $186,186.
Mike Scioscia was the winning manager in 2002. Mike won the manager of the Year Award that year and continued the journey with the Angels until 2018.