No more Angels

Ingram, Bob
January 1991
Baseball from Browns to Diablos;1991, p185
The article discusses the events that took place when Jim Saul succeeded Moose Stubing as manager of the El Paso Diablos club in 1980. Saul is described as a respected teacher of young baseball players but not a very patient man. It was during his time when California Angels was known to be one of the weakest teams representing El Paso in professional baseball. It mentions that Saul resigned as Diablos manager and teacher for California Angels before the baseball season ended.


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