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Salt Lake City Angels

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Salt Lake City Angels

Salt Lake City Angels
Salt Lake City, Utah
Cap Insignia
Minor league affiliations
  • Pacific Coast League (1971–74)
  • Major league affiliations
  • California Angels (1971–74)
  • Name
  • Salt Lake City Angels (1971–74)
  • Ballpark
  • Derks Field
  • Minor league titles
    League titles 1971

    The Salt Lake City Angels were a former minor league professional baseball team in the Pacific Coast League. They were the Triple-A (AAA) affiliate of the California Angels from 1971 to 1974. The SLC Angels won the PCL title in 1971.

    The team was renamed the Gulls in 1975 and remained as the Angels' top affiliate through the 1981 season. The Gulls switched to the Seattle Mariners organization in 1982. Following the 1984 season, the team was relocated to Calgary, Alberta, and became the Calgary Cannons in 1985.[1]

    Notable players

    Some notable players from the Salt Lake City Angels:

    See also

    Preceded by
    Salt Lake City Bees
    Pacific Coast League
    1971 - 1974
    Succeeded by
    Salt Lake City Gulls


    External links

    • Historic Baseball

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