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This Day in Angels History
September 15th

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1978 Don Sutton, in front of 47,188 fans at Dodger Stadium, throws a six-hitter to beat Atlanta, 5-0. Los Angeles, with tonight's attendance, becomes the major league first team in history to draw three million fans at home.
1997 The newly renovated Anaheim Stadium will now be known as Edison International Field. The 30 year-old Angels' ballpark will once again be a baseball-only facility with the NFL Rams, who shared the facility from 1980-1994, having shifted their franchise from LA to St. Louis two years ago.
1998 Rolando Arrojo (14-12) sets a record for wins by an expansion pitcher when the Devil Rays defeat the Angels, 8-1.

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