One of five Angels Opening Day starters to miss at least 20 games due to injury (also David Eckstein, Bengie Molina, Brad Fullmer and Darin Erstad)...Limited to 91 games on season...Placed on 15-day DL July 23rd (retro to 7/22)...Had second opinion on injured right shoulder taken Aug. 20 by Dr. James Andrews in Birmingham, AL which confirmed diagnosis of Angels' Medical Director Dr. Lewis Yocum...A contrast MRI Aug. 12 with Dr.Yocum confirmed a partial tear of the right rotator cuff and fraying of the labrum...Had initial MRI July 23rd with original diagnosis of contusion of right shoulder and normal wearing within the joint...Left July 21 contest at Tampa Bay in third inning after trying to field bunt...Played in 750th career game at third base with Angels, July 9 vs. Kansas City, breaking record of 749 held by Doug DeCinces (1982-87)...Voted as the starting American League third baseman in the ASG, the first Angel voted into starting lineup since Wally Joyner in 1986...Marked third ASG selection for Glaus (2000 & 2001)...Finished contest 0-for-3 (2 SO)...Limited to three HR in final 39 games...Batted .289 (50/173) with 11 HRs and 32 RBI through April & May...Limited to .199 clip (29/146) with five HRs and 18 RBI from June through July...Named AL Pepsi Co-Player of the Week for May 19-25...Shared honor with Baltimore's Melvin Mora...Batted .550 (11/20) with four doubles, four home runs and eight RBI...Marked first time in club history Angels have been honored in consecutive weeks (Scott Spiezio, May 12-18)...Posted 16th multi-HR game of career, May 20 vs. Baltimore (3rd vs. Bal.) passing Chili Davis for 4th on Angels all-time HR list with 157 (currently at 164)...Made fifth straight Opening Day start at third base, March 30 vs. Texas, the most at the position since Doug DeCinces' six straight (1982-87).
Second career grand slam on last day of season helped him accomplish two milestones: HR gave him 111 RBI, passing his career-high of 108 in 2001 and grand slam was also 30th HR on season, making him just second Angel ever (also Tim Salmon) to post three consecutive 30-or-more HR seasons...RBI total of 111 ranked eighth in AL...Anaheim was 44-19 on season when he collected at least one RBI...Tied for AL lead (Jason Giambi) with 18 GW RBI...Homered in o,rst at-bat, Sept. 16 at Oakland, for his fourth HR in consecutive ABs to tie a major league mark (1st ever by an Angel)...Posted career-best three home runs (last three ABs) and career-tying six RBI, Sept. 15 vs. Texas...Marked 10th time an Angel hit three HR in game (last time - Dave Wino,eld; April 13, 1991 at Min.)...Posted three multiple-HR games on season (2; Sept.8 at Baltimore)...Connected for second walk-off HR of season and third of career, June 5 vs. Texas...In Baseball America's 2002 "Best Tools"
edition, named among top defensive third basemen and top ino,eld arms in A.L....Underwent off-season surgery, Nov. 8, to have the Morton's Neuroma (nerve) removed from his right foot between his third and fourth toe.
Entering 2004, Angels are 52-20 at home when he homers...Enters 2004 ranked fourth on Angels' career HR list with 164...Three-time AL All Star (2003, 2001, 2000)...Voted as starting AL third baseman in 2003 ASG, the first Angel voted into starting lineup since Wally Joyner in 1986...Established AL record for home runs in season by third baseman with 46 in 2001 (one came as DH), breaking Al Rosen's (Cleveland) 47-year-old mark of 43 set in 1953...In 2001, reached 40 HR plateau for second consecutive season, becoming just fifth third baseman in ML history and second in AL to accomplish feat (Eddie Matthews, 1953-55; Harmon Killebrew, 1969-70; Mike Schmidt, 1979-80 & Vinny Castilla, 1996-98)...Recipient of Louisville Silver Slugger Awards (2001 & 2000), first Angel to receive award twice in club history...Totaled 100 runs scored, 100 RBI and 100 walks in a season for second straight season in 2001, becoming first Angel in club history to accomplish feat...Played in 750th career game at third base with Angels, July 9, 2003 vs. Kansas City, breaking record of 749 held by Doug DeCinces (1982-87)...Reached 100 career HRs fastest in club history (456 games and 1,629 at-bats) surpassing Tim Salmon's mark of 465 games and 1,716 atbats...Is only Angel to post 40 HR in a season (47 in 2000 & 41 in 2001)...One of two Angels to post consecutive 100-run campaigns in 2000 & 2001 (also Don Baylor, 1978-79)...In 2000, with Garret Anderson, Mo Vaughn and Salmon, became first quartet of teammates in AL history (seventh in ML history) to each collect 30-or-more HR in a season.
Named MVP of the 2002 Fall Classic after hitting .385 (10/26) with seven runs, three doubles, three home runs and eight
RBI in seven games...His two-run double in the 8th inning of Game 6 of the World Series served as the decisive blow capping Anaheim's comeback to force a Game 7...Glaus' home jersey worn throughout the World Series was sent to the Hall of Fame in Cooperstown...Became the sixth third baseman to be named WS MVP, o,rst since the Yankees' Scott Brosius in 1998...Connected for two-run HR to dead-center at Pac Bell Park in Game 4...Marked seventh HR of the post-season, tying him with Barry Bonds for the most ever in a single post-season (Bonds would o,nish with eight HRs to set a new record)...With two home runs in Game 1 of World Series, became the sixth player to hit a pair of HRs in his o,rst World Series game...11 of his 21 post-season hits went for extra-bases (team-leading .770 slugging pct.)...Also led Anaheim with 15 runs in '02 post-season...Collected leadoff solo home run in eighth inning off JC Romero in Game 3 of ALCS vs. Minnesota, which proved to be game-winner in Anaheim's 2-1 victory...Posted three go-ahead HR in the eighth inning-or-later (ALDS Game 1 & 2 and ALCS Game 3) in post-season, setting a major league record...Batted .313 (5/16) in Division Series vs. New York, leading club with three home runs and 14 total
bases...Posted three solo home runs in o,rst two games of series, becoming Angels all-time leader in post-season home runs...Collected two HR in Game 1 (off Roger Clemens, 6th inn. & Ramiro Mendoza, 8th inn.), becoming o,rst Angel to post a multiple home run game in post-season and seventh ML player to accomplish feat in first post-season appearance.