Angels All-Time Lists

The Worst Los Angeles Angels Lineup Of All-Time

By Andrew Petrucci
Joe Blanton has since resurrected his career upon moving to the bullpen, but in 2013 he couldn't get any one out. Mandatory Credit: Robert Hanashiro-USA TODAY Sports
Joe Blanton has since resurrected his career upon moving to the bullpen, but in 2013 he couldn't get any one out. Mandatory Credit: Robert Hanashiro-USA TODAY Sports /
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The Los Angeles Angels are struggling this season thus far.  There are many players struggling this season which has been a part of why the team has not played well. With the All-Star break right in front of us it seems like we only appreciate the players who are good. But to truly appreciate the talented players, you have to appreciate those who are on the opposite end of the spectrum. Every team has their group of names that are fortunate enough to even be receiving a contract. The Angels are no different.

So if we were to make a lineup of the worst players to don the Angels uniform in recent memory, who would make the cut? Certainly there are a lot of names that can be thrown into the mix, so if any player gets snubbed, there’s always next year.

Basically, the criteria is pretty simple. It will be a team with all 9 positions in the lineup and two starting pitchers. With it being an All-Star type of team, the players selected will be chosen based off of one single season rather than career. Lets get into it.

EDITOR’S NOTE:  This post was started by former Halo Hangout Co-Editor Andrew Petrucci who I worked with during part of the 2015 season.  I added to what Andrew had already wrote and finished this post this season.  Ervin Santana, Jeff Mathis, Andy Sheets, and Benji Gil were Andrew’s contributions to this post.  The rest was written by David Rice (me) in the past week. Enjoy!!!

ON TO THE TEAM…

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