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Angel Stadium of Anaheim

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2000 E Gene Autry Way
Anaheim, CA 92806-6143
 
Map of Angel Stadium of Anaheim , 2000 E Gene Autry Way, Anaheim

Angel Stadium of Anaheim, also known as 'The Big A,' is a renowned baseball stadium located in Anaheim, California. It serves as the home ballpark for the Los Angeles Angels, a Major League Baseball (MLB) team. The stadium is situated at 2000 East Gene Autry Way, just off the Orange Freeway (Interstate 5) near the Anaheim Resort area.

Angel Stadium has a rich history, having opened its doors on April 19, 1966. It was originally called Anaheim Stadium until the Walt Disney Company purchased the naming rights in 1997 and renamed it 'Disneyland Park.' Later, in 2003, the naming rights were acquired by the Angels themselves, and it became Angel Stadium of Anaheim.

The stadium has a seating capacity of approximately 45,050 for night games and 43,250 for day games. It offers a variety of seating options, including field-level seats, club seats, suites, and upper-level seats, ensuring a comfortable experience for fans. The layout of the stadium provides excellent sightlines from most areas, allowing spectators to have a clear view of the action on the field.

Angel Stadium underwent several renovations over the years to enhance the fan experience and modernize its facilities. The most significant transformation occurred in the 1990s when the stadium was completely renovated to increase its capacity and update amenities. The renovations included the addition of luxury suites, club seating areas, expanded concourses, and upgraded concessions and restroom facilities.

The distinctive feature of Angel Stadium is the 'Big A' landmark, a large illuminated A-shaped sign located beyond the outfield. It has become an iconic symbol of the stadium and is visible from various points in the surrounding area. The Big A was part of the original design of the stadium and has remained a beloved fixture throughout its history.

Beyond baseball, Angel Stadium has also hosted other sporting events, such as college football games, soccer matches, and various concerts and special events. Its versatile design allows for easy conversion to accommodate different types of events, further contributing to its significance as a multi-purpose venue.

Overall, Angel Stadium of Anaheim stands as a historic and iconic sports venue in Southern California. With its modern amenities, comfortable seating, and rich baseball heritage, it continues to provide an exceptional experience for baseball enthusiasts and fans of live events alike.

   

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