Park Name: Angel Stadium of Anaheim
Tenants: Los Angeles Angels (American League)
Address: 2000 Gene Autry Way, Anaheim, California 92806
Dimensions: 347' (L), 396' (C), 350' (R)
Anaheim Stadium (1966-1997)
Edison International Field of Anaheim (1998-2003)
California Angels (American League) 1966-1996
Anaheim Angels (American League) 1997-2004
Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim (2005-2015)
The view from behind home plate at Angel Stadium of Anaheim.
The view from down the first base line.
The view from down the third base line.
The grandstand at Angel Stadium, as seen from center field.
The pressbox sits behind home plate, with the stadium club below at field level and luxury suites on either side.
Looking from the concourse, through the Diamond Club to the field.
The main grandstand at Angel Stadium features three levels of seating.
The upper deck is split by a concrete walkway. A small roof sits above the last few rows, with horizontal light fixtures mounted on it.
A large bleacher section sits behind the right field wall, with Angels retired numbers above the seating.
A smaller bleacher section sits behind the left field fence.
A display on the Angel Stadium concourse celebrates the team's 2002 World Series championship.
The "Big A" the former Angel Stadium scoreboard, now sits in the stadium parking lot. Visible from the freeway, it lets passing drivers know when the Angels win.
The batter's eye features a rock pile with fountains that was added to the stadium when Disney renovated the ballpark during the time they owned the team.
A picnic area sits behind the fountains on the center field concourse.
The bullpens, stacked one on top of the other, sit in front of the left field bleachers.
The outfield wall features several sharp corners and angles.
The main scoreboard sits high above the right field bleachers.
The southern California mountains sit behind the center field wall, with the Honda Center, home of the NHL's Anaheim Ducks in the foreground.
The Los Angeles Angels on the field during a game at Angel Stadium of Anaheim.