The Angels finished in 5th place in 1967, with a record of 84-77. They also hosted the All-Star game that summer.
They were loaded with aging veterans, with Jack Sanford, Curt Simmons, Lou Burdette, Jim Coates, Bill Skowron, Jim Piersall, and John Werhas all in their final seasons.
12/14/66 - Traded 1B Norm Siebern to the Giants for Len Gabrielson.
12/15/66 - Traded pitcher Bob Lee to the Dodgers for Nick Willhite.
02/13/67 - Released outfielder Al Spangler.
02/16/67 - Purchased infielder Chuck Cottier from the Senators.
04/10/67 - Purchased Orlando McFarlane from the Detroit Tigers.
05/06/67 - Traded Cotton Nash to the White Sox for Bill Skowron.
05/10/67 - Traded Len Gabrielson to the Dodgers for John Werhas.
05/12/67 - Released Jim Piersall.06/08/67 - Released catcher Chris Krug.
06/10/67 - Traded Nick Willhite to the Mets for Jack Hamilton.
07/24/67 - Traded a player to be named later (Don Wallace) to the Mets for Hawk Taylor.
09/23/67 - Released Lew Burdette.
10/09/67 - Released Curt Simmons and Bill Skowron.
10/17/67 - Sold John Werhas to the Senators.
11/28/67 - Lost Elrod Hendricks to the Orioles in the rule 5 draft.