|1st||Chuck Finley||Bob Boone||Wally Joyner||Bobby Grich||Troy Glaus||Jim Fregosi||Garret Anderson||Mike Trout||Tim Salmon|
|2nd||Frank Tanana||Mike Napoli||Rod Carew||Howie Kendrick||Chone Figgins||Erick Aybar||Brian Downing||Jim Edmonds||Vladimir Guerrero|
|3rd||Nolan Ryan||Lance Parrish||Albert Pujols||Adam Kennedy||Doug DeCinces||David Eckstein||Rick Reichardt||Gary Pettis||Kole Calhoun|
|4th||Jered Weaver||Bengie Molina||Darin Erstad||Bobby Knoop||Ken McMullen||Dick Schofield||Leon Wagner||Torii Hunter||Leroy Stanton|
I'm surprised that Frank Tanana ended up ahead of the great Nolan Ryan, but it seemed that he had the slight edge. Chuck Finley was underrated, but he's the ultimate Angels pitcher.
Right field was interesting for two reasons: One, that Tim Salmon ended up ahead of possible Hall of Famer Vlad Guerrero, and two, the large dropoff after the 2nd Team. Kole Calhoun hasn't even been around that long and he's already on the 3rd Team.
Catcher was surprisingly tough. Bob Boone ended up on the 1st Team, but he's not overly impressive a choice. Mike Napoli was tough to put on the 2nd Team only because he was never more than a part-time player, but his numbers spoke loudly. When will the Angels ever have a truly awesome catcher?
Who'd have thought that Wally Joyner would end up ahead of two Hall of Famers at first base? While Pujols and Carew had greater careers, when only their work with the Angels is considered, Wally World edges them out, at least for now. Pujols still has a long contract ahead of him to perhaps take the lead, but he is in the decline phase of his career, so...yeah.