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Arizona League Angels

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Arizona League Angels

Arizona League Angels
Founded in 1989
Tempe, Arizona
Current Rookie
Minor league affiliations
League Arizona League
Division Eastern
Major league affiliations
Current Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim
Minor league titles
League titles (0) None
Team data
Nickname Arizona League Angels
Ballpark Tempe Diablo Stadium (2007–present)
Gene Autry Park (1989–1996, 2001–2006)

The Arizona League Angels are a minor league baseball team located in the city of Tempe, Arizona, USA. They are a Class Rookie team in the Arizona League and have been a farm team of the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim since the early 1990s. Starting in 2006, the Tempe Angels play night home games at Tempe Diablo Stadium and day games in the neighboring minor league complex. The Angels used Gene Autry Park in nearby Mesa for their home games until 2005.


External links

  • Official Site
  • Baseball Reference

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