As of 2015, the Angels fans have set 6 Guinness World Records for the largest gatherings of people wearing blankets, wrestling masks, cowboy hats, wigs, Santa hats, superhero capes, and sombreros. They've also set the world record for largest gathering of people with selfie sticks.  In 2009, the Angels were voted the number one franchise in professional sports in Fan Value by ESPN magazine.  In 2011, ESPN & Fan polls by ESPN ranked the Angels #4 in the best sports franchises, ahead of every Major League team in baseball at #1 and also making it the #1 sports franchise in Los Angeles. The rankings were determined through a combination of sports analysts and fan votes ranking all sports franchises by a combination of average fan attendance, fan relations, "Bang for your Buck" or winning percentage over the past 3 years, ownership, affordability, stadium experience, players effort on the field and likability, coaching, and "Title Track".
Angel Stadium has many amenities including the Pepsi Perfect Game Pavilion, dugout level seating, and three club restaurants: The Knothole Club (sports bar located on the club level down the right filed line), The Diamond Club (an upscale restaurant with outdoor seating), and the Homeplate Club (overlooks the main entrance of the ballpark). Today, Angel Stadium has the look and feel of all of the other retro ballparks built within the past 20 years. The stadium has all the amenities and entertainment options that any fan would want. A visit to Angel Stadium is a must for any baseball fan.
Combined to go 9-3 with ERA ( IP/17 ER) in 19 games (18 starts) between Single-A Jupiter and Double-A Jacksonville...Started campaign on disabled list with strained back and didn't make first start until May 20 at Daytona...Allowed four hits and one unearned run over innings, striking out a season-high nine batters...First decision was loss on June 13 at Brevard County...Entered game in sixth inning in relief of Henderson Alvarez and was handed loss after giving up two runs (none earned) on two hits with two walks and four strikeouts over innings...Marked first and only relief outing of season and professional career...Earned first win in next start, June 19 vs. Bradenton. Allowed one unearned run on one hit with a walk and four strikeouts over innings...Allowed all 11 runs with Jupiter in first eight outings...Over final five appearances with Hammerheads, allowed just 15 hits and no runs over innings to earn Marlins' Organizational Pitcher of the Month for July...Finished time at Jupiter with 5-2 record and ERA (/6) in 13 appearances (12 starts)...Promoted to Double-A Jacksonville on July 30 and made first start on August 1 at Chattanooga...Allowed three hits and no runs over frames, running consecutive scoreless innings streak to ...Touched for five runs and nine hits over innings on Aug. 6 vs. Tennessee...Marked shortest start of season, and season-highs in hits and runs allowed...Tossed season-best innings on August 23 at Montgomery, allowing just one run on five hits with two walks and five strikeouts...Went 4-1 with ERA (/11) in six starts with Suns...Participated in Arizona Fall League and went 2-1 with ERA (/6) in seven starts for Glendale. Earned Arizona Fall League Player of the Week honors in week five, going 1-0 with ERA in two starts...Heads into 2014 as Marlins' top prospect as rated by Baseball America. Also, said to possess best slider in Marlins organization by same publication...Ranked as 's No. 1 left-handed prospect in Minors heading into season.