Garret Anderson inducted into the Angels Hall of Fame
Despite winning a World Series, two Silver Slugger Awards and even a Home Run Derby in his time with the Angels, Garret Anderson always seemed to fly under the radar at Angel Stadium. And that's the way he liked it.
On Saturday before the Angels took on the Yankees, the former Angels left fielder was front and center, surrounded by former teammates and Angels greats, as the team inducted him into the Angels Hall of Fame.
Drafted by the Angels at the age of 18 in 1990, Anderson played 15 years with the Halos from 1994-2008. During that time, the lefty batted .296 with 272 home runs and 1,292 RBI. He is second on the Angels all-time home runs list and first in RBIs all-time for the team.
Following the ceremony, Anderson threw out the game's first pitch to former teammate Tim Salmon.