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1964 Los Angeles Angels

Trades and Transactions

Franchise Encyclopedia: 1963 / 1965

82-80, Finished 5th in American League (Schedule and Results)
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Manager: Bill Rigney (82-80)
GM: Fred Haney, Scouting Dir: Roland Hemond
Scored 544 runs, Allowed 551 runs. Pythagorean W-L: 80-82

Ballparks: Dodger Stadium · Attendance: 760,439 (7th of 10)
Park Factors  Over 100 favors batters, under 100 favors pitchers.
  multi-year:
Batting - 90, Pitching - 91 · one-year: Batting - 88, Pitching - 88

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1963 / 1965 Trades and Transactions

Transactions listed are from November 1 of previous year to April 1 of the following year.

October 11, 1963

Purchased Leo Marentette from the Detroit Tigers.

October 14, 1963

Released Hank Foiles.

Released Tom Morgan.

December 2, 1963

Drafted Bill Kelso from the Los Angeles Dodgers in the 1963 rule 5 draft.

Drafted Bobby Knoop from the Milwaukee Braves in the 1963 rule 5 draft.

Drafted Charlie Vinson from the New York Yankees in the 1963 first-year draft.

Traded Leon Wagner to the Cleveland Indians. Received a player to be named later and Barry Latman. The Cleveland Indians sent Joe Adcock (December 6, 1963) to the Los Angeles Angels to complete the trade.

1964

Signed Luis Peraza as a free agent.

Signed Tom Egan as an amateur free agent.

Signed Bill Harrelson as an amateur free agent.

Signed Norm Miller as an amateur free agent.

Signed Cotton Nash as an amateur free agent.

Signed Dennis Paepke as an amateur free agent.

Signed Marty Perez as an amateur free agent.

Signed Jorge Rubio as an amateur free agent.

March 27, 1964

Returned Leo Marentette to the Detroit Tigers following previous purchase.

April 10, 1964 (Standings)

Signed Jim Piersall as a free agent.

April 11, 1964 (Standings)

Signed Hank Foiles as a free agent.

April 28, 1964 (Standings)

Traded Julio Navarro to the Detroit Tigers. Received Willie Smith.

May 15, 1964 (Standings)

Sold Jack Spring to the Chicago Cubs.

Released Art Fowler.

Released Paul Foytack.

May 25, 1964 (Standings)

Sold Mel Nelson to the Minnesota Twins.

June 4, 1964 (Standings)

Traded Lee Thomas to the Boston Red Sox. Received Lou Clinton.

June 11, 1964 (Standings)

As part of a 3-team trade, traded Frank Kostro to the Minnesota Twins and Billy Moran to the Cleveland Indians. Received Lenny Green and Vic Power from the Minnesota Twins. In addition, the Cleveland Indians sent Jerry Kindall to the Minnesota Twins.

June 12, 1964 (Standings)

Purchased Bob Meyer from the New York Yankees.

June 24, 1964 (Standings)

Signed Rick Reichardt as an amateur free agent.

July 22, 1964 (Standings)

Signed Tom Burgmeier as a free agent.

July 29, 1964 (Standings)

Sold Bob Meyer to the Kansas City Athletics.

August 18, 1964 (Standings)

Purchased George Brunet from the Houston Colt .45's.

September 5, 1964 (Standings)

Sold Lenny Green to the Baltimore Orioles.

September 9, 1964 (Standings)

As part of a 3-team trade, traded Vic Power to the Philadelphia Phillies. Received cash from the Philadelphia Phillies. In addition, the Philadelphia Phillies sent a player to be named later to the California Angels. The Philadelphia Phillies sent Marcelino Lopez (October 24, 1964) to the California Angels to complete the trade.

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1963 / 1965 Trades and Transactions