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‘Los Angeles Angels’ Name Here to Stay

As the Angels prepare to negotiate a potential new lease with the city of Anaheim (CA), the team would like to make one thing perfectly clear: The team name will remain the Los Angeles Angels.  Read more here.

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Angels Owner Explores Ballpark Options with Tustin Officials

Los Angeles Angels LogoLos Angeles Angels owner Arte Moreno reportedly met with officials from the City of Tustin (CA) last week to discuss the possibility of building a new baseball stadium.  One potential site would be the decommissioned Marine Corps Air StationRead more here.

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Under Deal Approved Tuesday, Angels Can Drop ‘of Anaheim’

Los Angeles Angels LogoThe Anaheim (CA) City Council voted 4-1 Tuesday to enter negotiations with the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim that could keep the team in the city through 2057.  The agreement extends from 2016 to 2019 the time the Angels can opt out of their current lease and gives owner Art Moreno the freedom to drop “of Anaheim” from the team’s official name.  Read more here and here.

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Anaheim Brings in $1 Million from Ballpark

Los Angeles Angels LogoFor the past 16 years, the city of Anaheim (CA) has collected an average of $1 million a year from Angel Stadium, home of the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim (formerly Anaheim Angels).  Beyond baseball, the ballpark hosts everything from Supercross motorcycle racing to car shows.  Read more here.  Behind the scenes, the team and the city are in talks to extend the ballpark’s lease beyond 2016.

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Angels Gunning for L.A.?

Anaheim Angels…er…Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim owner Art Moreno and Angels Chairman Dennis Kuhl apparently had a little pow wow with AEG, a local expert at building and financing sports facilities, about possibly building a new ballpark in downtown Los Angeles.  Read more here.

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