2016 Los Angeles Angels News
The Los Angeles Angels are on a roll after having won their last four games in a row. In the first two games against the White Sox on the 15 and 16, the Angels shut them out. Then, they only allowed one run in the third game of the three game series. In their opening game against the Rangers, the Angels won 9-5. After the Rangers had an early four run lead, the Angels finally found their groove and tied it by the sixth inning. Then, the Angels had a four run seventh inning, thanks to an RBI from Kole Calhoun and a two run homer from Mike Trout. The Angels host the Rangers for two more games, and tickets remain available for $4 and up.
The Los Angeles Angels ended a four game losing streak with an impressive 21-2 win against the Red Sox on July 2. This was the first time the team scored 20 or more runs in one game since 2004. The Angels biggest innings were when they scored five runs during the fifth and then added 11 during the seventh. Carlos Perez and C.J. Cron both had two home runs and Albert Pujols also had a homer, which marked his 575th. However, the Angels were unable to keep up the momentum and lost their next two games. They have three more games against the Rays on the 5, 6, and 7 of June. You can still get tickets for prices starting at $11.
The Los Angeles Angels won their most recent series against the Athletics 2-1. In the first game, the Athletics got on the board first, but the Angels quickly equalized. Then, the Athletics got ahead again by one run in the fourth inning. After four scoreless innings, the Angels tied it up in the top of the ninth. Unfortunately, the Athletics were able to score to win the game. The Angles came back the next night to dominate the Athletics and win 7-1 and then shutout the Athletics in the final game. They next play the Astros. They lost the first game but will look to win when they play on the 21 and 22. Tickets are available for just $4.
The Los Angeles Angels went 2-1 against the Pirates in their latest series. They dominated the first game on June 3, winning 9-2. Game two was much closer, with the Angels losing 7-8 despite a strong rally in the eighth inning. The final game was also decided by just one point, but the victory went to the Angels this time. The Angels next face the Yankees for a four game series. It started on June 6, and the Angels found themselves losing an early 2-0 lead when the Yankees had a two run seventh and followed it by a three run eighth. The two teams play again on the 7, 8, and 9, with tickets available for $4 and up.
After a rough stretch in early May that featured back-to-back sweeps at the hands of Tampa Bay and St. Louis, the Angels put together a sweep of their own against the division rival Seattle Mariners. The Halos look to keep the momentum going as they prepare for two more divisional showdowns at the end of the month. After a three-game set in Texas, your Los Angeles Angels will return to Anaheim for a series against the struggling Astros. Houston plans to bring its top prospect up from the minors, so expect that series to be infused with some added excitement. The first game of that series is on Friday, May 27, with tickets starting as low as $8.
The AL West is up for grabs this season, and behind the scorching-hot bat of Mike Trout the Los Angeles Angels should be contenders all year long. The Halos have dropped four of their last five after sweeping the World Series Champion Kansas City Royals, and have lost the last two series against the Rangers and the Brewers. There are two perennial National League favorites coming to Anaheim this month, with a three-game set against the Cardinals starting on May 10 and then a quick two games against the Dodgers on May 18 and 19. Razorgator has tickets available for the Cardinals series for under $10, and a starting price of $19 for the two-game Freeway Series.
Fans were counting on the Los Angeles Angles using their home series against the Texas Rangers to turn their season around. Unfortunately, despite having the home field advantage, they were only able to win two of their four matchups. There is good news however. The Angels hit the road and completely dominated the Oakland Athletics, taking a victory in each game. This strong winning streak has brought the Angles’ season record up to 5-4, meaning they are really starting to gain some momentum. They have a long way to go before they can return to Los Angeles on April 22nd, but if they still have their energy then, you will not want to miss their home series against the Seattle Mariners.
The Los Angeles Angels had a tough start to the season with two losses against the Cubs. Andrew Heaney, who started on Tuesday night, is now on the 15-day disabled list due to a flexor muscle strain. During his six innings on the mound, he allowed four runs and seven hits. After the game, he felt tight and went for an MRI to find the cause. The team is unsure how long he will need to avoid throwing to rest the muscle and heal the strain. The Angels will look to turn their season around when they start a four game series against the Rangers on April 7 at home. You can still get tickets, for prices starting at $14.
The preseason is a time for teams to find their footing and prepare for the official season, but it looks like the Los Angeles Angels are already ready. So far, they have taken 11 victories, most recently against the Oakland Athletics on March 22nd with a final score of 6-5. Fans anticipate the Angels being ready on April 4th when they have their season and home opener against the Chicago Cubs. Tickets are still available for the very first game, so you can attend for as little as just $45. Be there at the beginning to cheer the Angels to their first victory and set the tone for the entire season.
The new season is less than three weeks away for the Los Angeles Angels. It all kicks off on April 4th when they host the Cubs. You do not have to wait for the official season to start to catch the Angels in action, however. They are already blazing through the preseason and tickets are still available. So far, they have won seven matches and lost six. It is not the best record so far, but they seem to be gaining momentum as they have not lost any of the last six matches. You can attend the home game against the Colorado Rockies on March 18th for as little as $29.
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2016 MLB Season Los Angeles Angels Tickets
The 2016 Major League Baseball (MLB) season is right around the corner. As a Los Angeles Angels fan, you’re probably looking for reasonably priced tickets. Finding cheap Los Angeles Angels tickets can be done, but it may not be easy. The ticket prices will vary based on whether the game is home or away and who the game is against. As you try to find tickets, you need to consider the difference between spring training games and regular season games. The ticket availability and price will depend greatly on these factors.
Spring Training and Regular Season
The Angels are a part of the American League West Division. They officially joined the MLB in 1961. Their spring training stadium is the Tempe Diablo Stadium in Tempe, Arizona. Their spring training starts off with an away game against the San Francisco Giants in Scottsdale, Arizona on March 2, 2016. You can find spring training tickets for anywhere between $5 and $178. Some tickets may be more or less, as well.
The regular season is scheduled to start on April 3, 2016 and end on October 2, 2016. This all depends on the weather and other factors. The home opener for the Angels is on April 4, 2016 at their home stadium, the Angel Stadium of Anaheim. You can typically find tickets for these games between $9 and $3984. You may be able to find tickets at a discount of these prices or tickets that are more expensive.