The No. 2 most legendary LA Angels second basemen of all-time: Howie Kendrick
After an incredible minor league career, the LA Angels called up Howie Kendrick when he was 22 years old in 2006. He had a career minor league average of .358. He was a solid player for his duration of time with the club.
Kendrick had career numbers of .292/.332/.424 with 78 homers, 249 doubles, 30 triples and 501 RBIs in 1,081 games with the club over nine seasons.
Kendrick was the LA Angels second sacker during the most successful run in club history. They reached the postseason four times--2007, 2008, 2009 and 2014 with Kendrick.
When he was traded to the Dodgers in 2015, Kendrick had 1,086 hits as a second baseman. The most at the position in club history.