The California Angels were a professional baseball team based in Anaheim, California. The team was established in 1961 as an expansion team in Major League Baseball (MLB). The Angels played in the American League West division of MLB and changed their name to the Anaheim Angels in 1997 before changing to the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim in 2005. The team has won one World Series Championship (2002) and one American League Pennant. The Angels played their home games at Angel Stadium, which opened in 1966 and has undergone several renovations. The team's colors were originally blue and white, but in the 1990s they switched to red, navy blue, and silver. The Angels were known for their long-time owner Gene Autry and their iconic halo logo, which featured an "A" with a halo over it.