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Who were the players in the very first line up for the very first game the Angels ever played back when they were known as The Los Angeles Angels?


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2006-01-14 22:47:33
2006-01-14 22:47:33

April 11, 1961 starting line up for the Los Angeles Angels was as follows: Ed Yost 3b, Ken Aspromonte 2b, Albie Pearson rf, Ted Kluszewski 1b, Bob Cerv lf, Ken Hunt cf, Fritzie Brickell ss, Del Rice c, and Eli Grba p. Julio Becquer replaced Kluszewski at first and Lou Johnson replaced Cerv in left field in the ninth inning. The Los Angeles Angels defeated the Baltimore Orioles 7 to 2. Grba went the distance. Milt Pappas was the loser. The Los Angeles Angels were from 1961 to 1964.

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