along with baseball fans rode the Angels Express Train with former Angels player Bobby Grich on Wednesday.
They met at the the Laguna Niguel/Mission Viejo train station and took a trip Angel Stadium of Anaheim. Also on hand was Supervisor Supervisor Pat Bates of the Fifth District of the Fifth District, who also lives in Laguna Niguel.
Grich is a six-time American League All Star and the first player elected to the Angels’ Hall of Fame in 1996.
Angels fans had the unique opportunity to meet one of the most well-known players in the league, as well as ride the train with him, Glaab said.
The Angels Express Train provides service to all weekday home games starting at 7:05 p.m. from Laguna Niguel/Mission Viejo or L.A. Union Station.
Service also is being introduced this season from Riverside to the Anaheim station via a transfer at the Orange Depot for all Friday Angels home games starting at 7:05 p.m.
The train will depart from the station 30 minutes after the end of each game. On Friday nights, the Angels Express Trains will leave 45 minutes after the game, allowing riders to enjoy the post-game fireworks.
Metrolink Angels Express tickets are $7 round-trip for adults, $6 for seniors/disabled, $4 for youth (ages 6-18) and free for children ages 5 and under accompanied by a paying adult. Tickets may be purchased at the station, Orange County Ralphs locations, the OCTA store, by phone (714) 560-5932 or online.
For information about the Angels Express Train, schedules or to purchase tickets online, visit octa.net/AngelsExpress.