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Angels to hold 'Rally Monday'
10/03/2004 10:38 PM ET
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Fan zone

If it's playoff time, it's time for Angels fans to rally.

To start the postseason off the right way, the club will be holding "Rally Monday," a free event for fans in Irvine on Monday. Everyone is invited to be at Irvine Spectrum Center, 71 Fortune Drive, in front of the Edwards Theater at noon PT.

The rally will feature live on-stage interviews with former Angels players conducted by the club's television broadcasters, Steve Physioc and Rex Hudler. Fans will receive rally towels and wristbands. Wristbands will be used to award prizes to fans, and those prizes will include tickets to Angels Division Series games, game-used bases and baseballs from the Division Series and Angels autographed items.

An initiative through Major League Baseball, all eight playoff clubs are holding a "Rally Monday" event. The postseason begins Tuesday, with Game 1 between the Angels and Wild Card-winning Boston Red Sox at Angel Stadium.

Single-game prices for Angels American League Division Series tickets range from $14 to $50.

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