Results tagged ‘ Polls ’

Pitcher of the Year

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Who should be named the Angels’ minor league pitcher of the year?

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The results of the last poll … Which team is most likely to make the post-season?

  • Salt Lake 39%
  • Orem 18%
  • Arkansas 16%
  • Cedar Rapids 12%
  • Tempe 9%
  • Rancho Cucamonga 5%

There were 147 votes cast.

The Post-Season

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Which team is most likely to qualify for the playoffs?

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The results of the last poll … Which Angels affiliate is closest to you?

  • Rancho Cucamonga 45%
  • Arkansas 14%
  • I’m not near one 14%
  • Orem 12%
  • Cedar Rapids 6%
  • Salt Lake 5%
  • Tempe 4%

There were 203 votes cast.

Your Nearest Affiliate

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Which Angels affiliate is closest to you?

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The results of the last poll … Whose year has been the most pleasant surprise?

  • Chris Pettit 32%
  • Brok Butcher 25%
  • Greg Porter 15%
  • Nathan Haynes 13%
  • Mark Trumbo 10%
  • Tim Schoeninger 3%
  • Warner Madrigal 2%
  • Ben Johnson 1%

There were 375 votes cast.

Pleasant Surprise

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Whose year has been the most pleasant surprise?

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The results of the last poll … Who is your favorite Angels minor league mascot?

  • Tremor (Rancho Cucamonga) 46%
  • Hootz (Orem) 18%
  • Mr. Shucks (Orem) 16%
  • Bumble (Salt Lake) 15%
  • Shelly (Arkansas) 5%

There were 147 votes cast.

Minor League Mascots

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Who is your favorite minor league mascot?

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The results of the last poll … Should the DH be used in the minor leagues?

  • Yes 67%
  • No 33%

There were 152 votes cast.

Minor League DH

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Should the designated hitter be used in the minor leagues?

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The results of the last poll … Should the Angels trade their top prospects for a "big bat"?

  • Yes, whatever it takes 19%
  • No, that would be foolish 36%
  • I trust Bill Stoneman to do what’s right 45%

There were 140 votes cast.

I have to admit, I’m a bit stunned by these numbers. If you read the "fan" boards, all they ever seem to do is demand instant gratification and Stoneman’s immediate dismissal. These numbers seem to suggest that those boards don’t reflect anywhere near majority sentiment. Another possibility is that FutureAngels.com attracts a more patient audience, one who understands the importance of protecting the value of minor league prospects.

The “Big Bat”

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Should the Angels trade their top prospects for a “big bat”?

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The results of the last poll … Which affiliate would you most like to visit?

  • Rancho Cucamonga 25%
  • Cedar Rapids 24%
  • Salt Lake 23%
  • Orem 16%
  • Arkansas 11%
  • Tempe 1%

There were 190 votes cast.

Visit an Angels Affiliate

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Which Angels minor league affiliate would you most like to visit?

I’d suggest you pick one not in your backyard, but then if you’ve never been to that one then feel free to vote for it.

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The results of the last poll … Who is the Angels’ best #1 pick of all time?

  • John Lackey 21%
  • Chuck Finley 21%
  • Troy Glaus 15%
  • Frank Tanana 13%
  • Darin Erstad 8%
  • Jered Weaver 6%
  • Brandon Wood 5%
  • Casey Kotchman 4%
  • Andy Messersmith 4%
  • Jim Abbott 2%

There were 224 votes cast.

Angels’ Best #1 Pick of All Time

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In honor of this week’s amateur draft … Who is the Angels’ best #1 pick of all time?

Not all these guys were first-round picks. John Lackey, for example, was chosen in the 2nd round of the June 1999 draft. The Angels lost their 1st round pick as compensation for signing Mo Vaughn. So Lackey was their “#1″ pick that year, but not a first-round pick.

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The results of the last poll … Which pitcher will lead the Angels minor leagues in strikeouts this year?

  • Nick Adenhart 34%
  • Robert Mosebach 30%
  • Tim Schoeninger 9%
  • Nick Green 8%
  • Sean O’Sullivan 8%
  • Joe Saunders 5%
  • Brok Butcher 3%
  • Stephen Marek 2%
  • Doug Brandt 1%

There were 98 votes cast.

Strikeouts

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Which pitcher will lead the Angels minor leagues in strikeouts this year?

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The results of the last poll … Who will lead the Angels minor leagues in triples this year?

  • Nathan Haynes 49%
  • Brad Coon 21%
  • Peter Bourjos 12%
  • Terry Evans 6%
  • Greg Porter 6%
  • P.J. Phillips 2%
  • Freddy Sandoval 2%
  • Hainley Statia 2%

There were 179 votes cast.

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