Los Angeles Angels Distribute $1.2M To Stadium Staffers
The Anaheim Angels have gone above and beyond expectations to help gameday workers during this trying financial time. After the MLB announced that all 30 clubs would reserve $1 million to provide assistance to workers, the Angels began sending paychecks to ballpark employees. However, they have since contributed $1... Read more
Tickets On Sale: Monday, September 25, 2017
Onetime The Smiths front man Morrissey has several dates from his upcoming solo tour up for sale today, headlining the Monday action in ticketing. Other presales on the day include the home slate for the NBA’s Milwaukee Bucks, Los Angeles Angels postseason baseball, and the Capital One Orange Bowl... Read more
The Los Angeles Angels clinched the American League West divisional title Monday, September 28, with a resounding 11-0 pounding of the second-place Texas Rangers, and the victory turned very emotional for the Angels as they honored their fallen teammate Nick Adenhart. The young pitcher was killed in a car... Read more
By Donald Jeremiah Trella Some season ticket holders upset by the Angels’ new resale policy have questioned whether some of the components of the new resale restrictions are illegal. First, there’s the matter of whether there’s anything legally wrong with preventing the resale of tickets for below face value.... Read more
By Donald Jeremiah Trella Are the Los Angeles Angels Gouging Baseball Fans? Part 2: The Angels’ Rebuttal (or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Wisdom of Damon Wayans) Upon analyzing the terms of the Angels’ contract with its season ticket holders and figuring out how the... Read more
By Donald Jeremiah Trella The entry for “angel” in the American Heritage Dictionary begins, “a typically benevolent celestial being …”. But if you’re a fan of the Los Angeles Angels (of Anaheim) and you plan on seeing an Angels home game during the upcoming 2007 MLB season, you might... Read more