Now, here are the teams you chose.
Starter: Mike Scioscia (Named on 60.7% of the ballots).
Backup: John Roseboro (55.8%)
Mike Piazza finished third, less than 100 votes behind Roseboro. Steve Yeager was a strong fourth. No other catcher was named on more than 3% of the ballots.
Starter: Bob Boone (70.8%).
Backup: Bengie Molina (60.2%)
Boone and Molina ran away with it. Lance Parrish was the only other catcher to receive more than 20%. The Angels have been very weak at catcher over the years.
Backup: Gil Hodges (42.9%)
This was a case where a little Brooklyn bias slipped in. If you consider only his L.A. career, Hodges should not be second. It should be either Eric Karros (28%) or Wes Parker (19.2%).
Starter: Rod Carew (80.4%)
Backup: Wally Joyner (62.2%)
Another weak spot, depth-wise, for the Angels. Albert Pujols finished third with 25.6% of the vote.
Starter: Davey Lopes (90.5%)
Backup: Steve Sax (42.7%)
Jim Gilliam (34.2%), who finished third, should have beaten out Sax for second. Jeff Kent (13.1%) finished fourth.
Starter: Bobby Grich (85.4%)
Howie Kendrick? Backup spot should have gone to Bobby Knoop (26.6%) or
Starter: Ron Cey (93.4%)
A traditional weak spot for the Dodgers.
Starter: Troy Glaus (73.8%)
Backup: Doug DeCinces (70.8%)
Pretty easy choices here. Carney Lansford (25.2%) finished third.
Starter: Maury Wills (85.2%)
Backup: Bill Russell (63%)
Hanley Ramirez (8.1%) did the best of any current Dodger position player, finishing fourth.
Starter: Jim Fregosi (80%)
Angels fans remember their history, as Fregosi is the best shortstop they have had by far. But Erick Aybar? Backup should have been
Backup: Tommy Davis (61.4%)
Billy Ashley received 2.2%. Whoever voted for him should never be allowed to vote again.
Starter: Garret Anderson (66.5%)
Backup: Don Baylor (53.6%)
Brian Downing (38.6%) is in the top five for the Angels in almost every major offensive category and should have finished ahead of Baylor.
Starter: Duke Snider (70.7%)
Backup: Willie Davis (54.8%)
Snider had four good years in L.A. and probably should not be the starter. Matt Kemp (16.6%) finished fourth, behind Rick Monday (18.9%).
Starter: Mike Trout (75.3%)
Backup: Jim Edmonds (38.8%)
It took Trout only 31/2 seasons to become the best center fielder in Angels history.
Starter: Pedro Guerrero (48.3%)
Backup: Reggie Smith (42.8%)
Yasiel Puig finished fifth with 14.1%, behind Raul Mondesi (29.2%) and Shawn Green (16%).
Starter: Vladimir Guerrero (82.3%)
This was a tough choice. Guerrero was the better overall player, but Salmon was with the Angels a lot longer, and was a fine player himself. Reggie Jackson finished third with 20.5%. No other player received more than 10%.
Sandy Koufax (100%), Don Drysdale (86.8%), Clayton Kershaw (86%), Orel Hershiser (81.4%), Fernando Valenzuela (74.7%).
Yep, Koufax was named on every ballot, as he should be. There was a big gap separating the top five from the rest of the list. Don Sutton (38.3%) finished sixth. Round out the top 10: Tommy John (5.7%), Johnny Podres (4.3%), Hideo Nomo (3.8%) and Ramon Martinez (3.3%). Strangely enough, 13 people voted for Odalis Perez.
Nolan Ryan (100%), Chuck Finley (65.8%), Jered Weaver (56.6%), Frank Tanana (54.2%), Dean Chance (32.7%).
After Ryan, this appeared to be a much tougher choice for Angels fans than Dodgers fans. Rounding out the top 10: Mark Langston (29.7%), Bert Blyleven (25.9%), Mike Witt (24.1%), Jim Abbott (22%) and John Lackey (18.5%).
Eric Gagne (91.4%), Mike Marshall (73%), Steve Howe (53.3%), Ron Perranoski (52.2%),
Troy Percival (100%),
Note: Number is percentage of ballots on which the player was named.