Cole Percival's debut was sparkling. (Shotgun Spratling)


Percival’s Day To Remember

TEMPE, Ariz. — A day after Tim Salmon threw out the first pitch at Grand Canyon, two other members of the 2002 World Series-champion Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim met up just down the road in Tempe.

In the title-clinching Game 7, closer Troy Percival delivered the final pitch and center fielder Darin Erstad caught the fly ball it elicited. On Saturday, the two returned to their old stomping grounds at Tempe Diablo Stadium, the Angels’ spring training home field where they spent countless days working on their craft, to face off against one another as head coaches of their alma[…]


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