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The Los Angeles Angels are a professional American Baseball team that plays or competes in Major League Baseball as a member club of the American West division. The home ground of the team is called Angel Stadium in Anaheim which has been the very home for the Angels since the year 1966 at the time. In this article, we will learn more about the Stadium.

The Angel Stadium was formerly known as Anaheim Stadium, later it was changed to Edison International Field of Anaheim. Currently, it is called The Angel Stadium at the time. The stadium is located in Anaheim, California. The Stadium was known to have been opened on April 19, 1996.

The Angel Stadium which is also notably referred to as The Big A is coined by one Herald Examiner Sports Editor, Bud Furillo. According to the reports, the Angel Stadium is known to be the fourth-oldest active ballpark in the majors.

It will interest you to know that, aside from the professional use of the Angel Stadium for baseball, it has as well hosted high school and college football games, the short-lived World Football League, Crusades, and so on. The Stadium was built in a grounded dimension of about 160 acres(0.65 km2) of flat land which was known to have been originally used for agricultural purposes by the Allec, Russell, and Knutzen families.

Angel Stadium
Angel Stadium

Who Is Trying To Buy Angel Stadium?

Arte Moreno, who wants to be the owner of the Anaheim Angels, and his investment firm were attempting to purchase the 20-acre site of Angel Stadium, as well as an additional 133 acres that had 12,500 parking spaces for games and events and City National Grove of Anaheim, a 1,700-seat cinema.

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