The No. 1 most legendary LA Angels third baseman of all-time: Troy Glaus
Troy Glaus edges DeCinces for the top spot even though DeCinces was more durable and hit for a higher average. Glaus was the MVP of the 2002 World Series and had more power than DeCinces.
Glaus hit 182 homers with the Angels, the sixth-most in club history and he owns the franchise record for homers in a season with an American League-leading 47 in 2000.
His slugging% of .497 ranks sixth all-time. Glaus' high OPS of .854 ranks 6th.
Glaus hitting a double, driving in the tying run, and giving the LA Angels the lead in Game 6 of the 2002 World Series is legendary.
He's another local product coming from Tarzana and attended UCLA. He was a monster power hitter playing a position that demands power.
Hopefully Rendon will make a future list like this one. All eyes will be on whether he can bounce back in 2022 or not, and enter lists like these along with the other Halo greats.