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Garrett Anderson was drafted by the Angels with their fourth round pick in the 1990 MLB Draft. He was apart of the ball club for 15 long seasons, racking up 2013 overall games played, 7989 At Bats while accumulating 2368 Hits/1024 Runs/489 Doubles/272 Home Runs and 1292 RBI’s along with a great slash-line of .296 BA/.469 SLG% and an OPS+ of 105 with a 28.1 WAR. Anderson led the league in doubles twice, once in 2002 and again in 2003. He also led the league in singles during the 1997 season. He played in 3 All-Star games in his 15 year career, once in 2002, again in the following year and one more time in 2005. During the 2002 World Series winning season, Anderson was ranked 4th in the AL MVP voting and had a vital part in the ball clubs success.

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Darin Erstad was drafted as the first overall pick by the Angels at the 1995 MLB Draft. In his 11 year career with the team, he played 1320 games at First Base/Left Field/Center Field while accumulating 1505 Hits/114 Home Runs/625 RBI’s with a very respectable slash-line of .286/.341/96 OPS+ and a 32.7 WAR. He led the league in defensive WAR during the 2002 MLB season, solidifying his place as one of the best defensive first basemen of his time. Erstad participated in two All-Star games, once in 1998 and again in 2000. He played a vital role in helping the Angels win their first World Series championship in team history.

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Francisco Rodriguez (also known as ‘'K-Rod’‘) was the successor of the long time Angels closer Troy Percival after he left the ball club following the 2004 MLB season. K-Rod was drafted in 2002, the year the Angels won their first World Series championship in club history. In his 7 year career with the Angels, he played 408 Games/Pitched 451 innings while accumulating 587 strikeouts/208 saves with an overall ERA of 2.35 and a WHIP of 1.114. In 2003 during his first full season, he was the set-up man for the Angels. He then went on to become the most important relief pitcher for the club in 2004, where he was named to the All Star Game, his first of many in his career. K-Rod enjoyed his best season of his career according to the winning stat WPA in 2006. He also led the league in saves three times. Once in 2005, another in 2006 and again in 2008. He signed with the New York Mets in 2008, and currently plays for the Milwaukee Brewers.

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Troy Percival was the primary closer for the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim during his 10 year stay with the ball club. He played 579 Games/Pitched 586 innings for the Angels while racking up 29 Wins/316 Saves/680 Strikeouts with an overall ERA of 2.99 and a WHIP of 1.101. He enjoyed his best season of his career according to the winning stat called WPA in the 2001 season and helped the Angels win the World Series the following year in 2002. Troy Percival left the Angels after the 2004 MLB season signing with the Detroit Tigers. He would eventually sign with the Tampa Bay Rays in 2008, where he finished his career off; retiring in 2009.

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Rashad is talking about TDE and the rap game when he says ‘'This is my second home’‘. He believes that he can make his name stay here and have a lasting effect on the Hip-Hop community. Being from the South, Rashad comes with a certain amount of swagger and moxie. He says that he’ll keep bringing the killer hooks and raps, while bringing some chill beats as well.

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Chone Figgins was a rookie during the 2002 World Series winning season, but had been with the club since he was drafted in the 1997 amateur draft. In 8 years with the Angels, he accumulated 22.3 WAR/596 Runs/1285 Hits/280 Stolen Bases with a career .291 batting average and a .751 OPS. He was a one time All Star with the Angels in 2009 and Led the AL in Walks (Bases on Balls) in 2009 as well. He signed with the Seattle Mariners in the 2009 offseason, but was DFA’d by the Mariners in 2012 after struggling with the club during his stay with them.

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Mike Scioscia has been the General Manager for the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim since the start of the 2000 season. Scioscia helped give the Angels their first World Series title in team history two years later in 2002 as the team made the playoffs for the first time in 15 years. He has two MOTY awards 2002 Manager of the Year and 2009 Manager of the Year and has been known for his small ball style of play as well as his sporadic (but successful) use of relief pitchers in the final innings of the game.

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Mickey Hatcher was the hitting coach for the Los Angeles Angels for 12 years before being fired in April of 2012 due to high expectations for the clubs offense not being met. He coined the term ‘'Walks are a false stat’‘ which has become a running joke among Angels fans all across online message boards and forums. In 2012 he acquired a GM’s assistant job with the Dodgers two months after being fired by the Angels.

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In 2006 after being with the Angels as a pitching coach for 6 years, Bud Black was hired for a managerial job with the San Diego Padres. Since then, he has racked up 540 wins and 595 losses, giving him a losing record with the ball club. In 2010, Black was awarded for his career best coaching season with his first Manager of the Year award. He led his team to a 90-72 record, which helped the Padres make the postseason for the first time in many years.

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The shooter Rashad is talking about is his buddy Michael da Vinci (the rapper) who collaborates with him on the song after Banana called ‘’Brad Jordan‘’.

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Strays should be ‘'stress’'

It’s Marilyn and Ozzie shit (Marilyn Manson/Ozzie Ozbourne)

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