September 30, 2000: Third baseman Troy Glaus sets an Angels team record with 47 home runs. The mark also led the American League and was three shy of Sammy Sosa's Major League-leading 50 homers.
The Angels retire Nolan Ryan's number 30 on June 16 at Anaheim Stadium. Ryan posted a 138-121 record and a 3.06 ERA in 291 games with the Angels.
Garret Anderson wins the Player of the Month Award for July after hitting .410 with 22 runs scored, eight doubles, seven homers and 35 RBI in 25 games. He was the first rookie to be honored with the award since it's inception.
Angels open brand-new Edison International Field before 43,311 fans. The Halos beat the Yankees, 4-1. Dave Hollins records the first hit in the first inning.