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Angel Stadium of Anaheim

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Angel Stadium
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The Angels' ballpark lacks character in comparison to Dodger Stadium. However, it's still a pleasant place to take in a game, and the fans are more enthusiastic than the notoriously blasé Dodger fans. Indeed, the only real problem with the team is that absurd name, changed (from the Anaheim Angels) in 2004 by owner Arte Moreno despite the fact that the team isn't in either the city or the county of Los Angeles, and despite the fact that it translates, tautologously, as "The the Angels Angels of Anaheim."


Venue name: Angel Stadium of Anaheim
Address: Angel Stadium of Anaheim
2000 Gene Autry Way
between Katella & Orangewood Avenues
Los Angeles

Price: Tickets $5-$200. Parking $8.
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The oft-neglected step sibling of Dodger Stadium, Angel Stadium of Anaheim, is one of California's most underrated stadiums on multiple levels. 

First, the parking lot is the size of fifteen football fields (Before you continue reading this review, know that I'm currently looking to hire a fact checker). Every time I've attended a game (usually Red Sox v. Angels) at Angel Stadium, there are more than plenty of available spaces. Major key. BUT remember: bring cash!

Second, design. I BELIEVE it is newer than Dodger Stadium and from what I can tell, certainly looks it. I love the two, giant red baseball helmets posted up at the front of the stadium entrance. Also, who wouldn't be a fan of the waterfall at center field? Despite the fact that I'm typically rooting against the Angels when in attendance, a couple fireworks to celebrate runs are a unique feature.

Lastly, the food. I'll always be sour about high prices but man, if you don't gun straight for "Crafty Dawgs", you are missing out. For $9.75, build a dog with choice of short rib, bacon, brisket, or mac and cheese, and three of several delicious veggie options. 100% worth it.