X-Texas Rangers 90-72 Since 2009, the Texas Rangers have been one of the better teams in Major League Baseball as they have seven winning seasons and a pair of American League Pennants to their credit. But as good as the Rangers have been, the one thing that they've been unable to put on their resume [...]
Mike Trout There's no doubt that Los Angeles Angels outfielder Mike Trout is one of the most exciting players in Major League Baseball. In 2012, Trout was named the American League Rookie of the Year, and in 2014, he was was selected as the A.L. MVP. Along with winning the A.L. MVP Award [...]
X-Los Angeles Angels 90-72 (2) In 2015, the Los Angeles Angels were expected to contend for their second consecutive American League West Title. But the Angels like most people didn't expect the Texas Rangers and Houston Astros to each creep up on them in the fashion that they did. Due to the surge by both [...]
This will be a huge off-season for the Los Angeles Angels.
When October rolls around, will the Los Angeles Angels be a playoff team?
It took the Los Angeles Angels some time to get on track this Major League Baseball season. The Angels won 98 games last season en route to winning their first American League Western Division Title since 2009. The Angels were expected to do big things in the playoffs last October, but in the American League [...]
X-Los Angeles Angels 89-73 Last season was a tremendous one for the Los Angeles Angels. The Halos won 98 games in the regular season which was tops in Major League Baseball, but they had an October to forget as they were swept in the American League Divisional Series by the Kansas City Royals. Now the [...]
Heading into the month of October there was extreme optimism in Southern California as far as the chances of the Los Angeles Angels and Los Angeles Dodgers in the Major League Baseball Playoffs. The Angels went 98-64 in the regular season as they won the American League West for the first time since 2009 while [...]
Mike Trout From 2002-2009 the Los Angeles Angels were perennial contenders. The Angels won their first and only World Series Championship in 2002 while also winning the American League West five times over that stretch. The Angels went 80-82 in 2010 before going 86-76 in 2011. After two sub par seasons the Angels [...]
This could be an exciting race in the second half of the MLB season.