Troy Percival shuts the door and the Anaheim Angels win their first World Series in seven games.
5/15/73: Nolan Ryan throws the first no-hitter of his career in this Best Pitching Performance.
9/25/79: Angels pitcher Frank Tanana gets Darrell Porter to ground out for the final out as the Angels clinch their first-ever playoff berth.
8/4/85: Rod Carew singles off the Twins' Frank Viola for the 3,000th hit of his career.
9/9/89: Angels center fielder Devon White steals second, third and home against the Red Sox in the bottom of the sixth.
6/24/91: Dave Winfield, at the age of 39, becomes the oldest player to hit for the cycle in Major League history.
8/18/00: Tim Salmon becomes the Angels' all-time home run leader.