Chone Figgins – was one of the most unique and versatile players in Angels history. Figgins played pretty much every position for the Angels except catcher and pitcher. He did everything well and was a great catalyst at the beginning or end of the line-up. Figgins is one of the top base stealers in club history and was the Angels late inning pinch-runner during the 2002 World Series run.
Figgins would also be used as a late game substitution for defensive purposes. He would be a guy who you could put anywhere and not worry about him being a liability. Figgins would bring a wealth of experience to the table with his ability to play almost every position and he would also be a good source of information on how to read a pitcher as evidenced by his 341 career stolen bases.
Figgins has never coached since retiring in 2015, but the Angels were the franchise that he thought of fondly as he signed a one-day contract to retire as an Angel.
There are more coaches that are out there that could fit nicely, but these four because of their familiarity and love of the organization could be very good fits.