2002 Baseball Season Roster

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2002 Baseball Season Roster

  • Angels win first World Series
  • A-Rod’s record 57 HR by a shortstop
  • Randy Johnson’s fourth straight Cy Young

The Angels and Barry Bonds finally made it to their first World Series in the first match-up of Wild Card teams. Seven games later, Anaheim was the champs, though the Yankees (103), Oakland (103) and Atlanta (101) all had won more. Bonds (.370) won his first batting title. Alex Rodriguez hit 57 HR, topping his own one-year-old record for shortstops of 52.

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