Los Angeles Angels Tickets let you in to see a franchise growing to monstrous proportions. Since reaching the pinnacle of baseball brilliance by winning the 2002 World Series, the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim have maintained a level of quality which has allowed them to make the playoffs in 5 of the last 8 seasons. Angels Tickets for the 2016 season are going to give you a chance to watch the team make another playoff run. And with the chance to bring the World Series to Anaheim again, this season is one no fan should miss. Get your Los Angeles Angels Tickets from Razorgator today!
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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.
3/16/16 - 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.
10/6/15 - It was an up-and-down season for the Los Angeles Angels, who made a thrilling run in the closing weeks to get within striking distance for a playoff spot. Mike Trout and company even had a chance to take the AL West up until Game 162, but a potent Texas Rangers offense had other ideas. The Angels will hang up the cleats and return to the drawing board, reflecting on a 2015 season which saw the triumphant return of starter Garrett Richards, a resurgent power-hitting performance from veteran Albert Pujols, and plenty of excitement from start to finish. The 2016 MLB season has been announced and tickets are on sale now—secure the best seats in the house at Angel Stadium today!
9/29/15 - The Los Angeles Angels are finishing the season strong. They are bringing the final home series to a close, and are currently on an incredible seven game winning streak. This domination late in the season rockets the Angels to a record of 83-74, which puts them just two wins behind the division leader, the Texas Rangers. With four games remaining in the season and the Angels on a roll, they may actually finish on the top of the AL Western Division. Plus, there’s a chance they could play in the postseason, in the American League Division Series or World Series. Even though the season is nearly over, there’s still some Los Angeles Angels action in store for fans.
9/23/15 - The month of September has brought good things for the Los Angeles Angels. They have won their last six of nine games and are currently on a two game winning streak. Their last game was played on September 23 against the Houston Astros and the Angels were able to barely pull off the 6-5 win. During each inning, the Angels and Astros battled both offensively and defensively and continued to have an answer to each other’s runs brought in to home plate. That was until David Freese, from the Angels, hit a two-out, two-run go-ahead double in the eighth inning that brought the Angels ahead of the Astros. Watch the excitement continue as they face off against the Seattle Mariners this weekend. Tickets are still available.
9/15/15 - After winning three games in a row, one against the Dodgers and two against the Astros, the Los Angeles Angles have had a string of losses. They lost the final game in a three game series against the Astros and then went 1-2 against the Mariners. Their one win against the Mariners was close, but thanks to a three run homer from David Murphy and another homer by Mike Trout, they were able to get the victory. They are just 3.5 games away from the wild card spot. The Angeles will be looking to get a few more wins in the bag when they head to Minnesota for a four game series that begins on the 17th. You still have a chance to catch the Angels play in person, with ticket prices starting at just $7.
9/9/15 - The Los Angeles Angels earned a short winning streak last week, but they have done slightly worse since then. This week also marks their return to their own field in LA. Total, the Angles have won one less game than they lost. While it is slightly disappointing, it is a good sign that they are still scoring victories. If you were hoping to catch the Angels in action while they were in town, there is only one set remaining before they hit the road again. They will be hosting the Houston Astros, starting on September 11th, and their final match will be on the 13th. Tickets are still available, so order now. If you miss this chance, you will have to wait until September 25th for the next time they are in Los Angeles.
9/3/15 - The Los Angeles Angels are basically where they started at the beginning of the season. Looking even on both the winning and losing side of things, the Angels currently have 67 wins and 66 losses. The Angels are holding tight to their third place standing in the AL West division and are working hard to sneak past the New York Rangers. Lately things have been looking good for the Angels as they have completed two wins in a row against the Oakland Athletics. On September 2, the Angels came out of the dugout blazing hot and managed to score six runs in the first two innings. Their hot start led them to a 9-4 victory against the Athletics. Watch them live as they start an important series of games against the Rangers starting on September 4.
8/25/15 - After losing four games in a row, the Los Angeles Angels beat the Tigers 8-7 in the opening game of a three game series. The Angels started the game off strong with a four run first inning, thanks to a three run homer by Albert Pujols and a run by David Murphy on a wild pitch. Detroit evened the score in the third, but the Angels drew ahead again with two runs in the fourth and fifth. The Tigers tried to rally but fell short, and the Angels took the win. The two teams meet again on the 26th and 27th before the Angels head to Cleveland for a three game series that starts on the 28th. You can still get your tickets, with prices starting at just $3.
8/20/15 - Back-to-back victories have lifted the Los Angeles Angels back into the second Wild Card spot in the American League, as the Halos look to erase the memory of last year’s postseason sweep at the hands of the Royals. Albert Pujols was instrumental in win No. 62 for L.A., belting his 33rd home run of the season to add on early against the White Sox. Kole Calhoun struck first for the Angels, knocking his own homer out of the park to score two runs off of starter John Danks. Next up, the Angels will turn their attention to a pair of dangerous AL teams in Toronto and Detroit. Get your tickets for Tigers vs. Angels on Tuesday night at Comerica Park—seats are available starting at just $4!
8/12/15 - An uncharacteristic sweep at the hands of the White Sox has made it tough on the Los Angeles Angels, who are still looking to retake first place in the AL West after a precipitous slide following the All Star break. The Halos are just 4-6 over their last 10 contests, their offense sputtering on the road—the typically-potent squad managed just four runs over three games in Chicago. Mike Trout and company will play a crucial series in Kansas City this weekend, facing off with the Royals who ousted them from last year’s ALDS with a three-game sweep. Then it’s back to the Big A on Monday night, when the Angels will get the opportunity for payback as the White Sox visit for four games. Get your tickets for 8/17 starting at just $2!
8/5/15 - The Los Angeles had a very difficult time as they were finishing up their series of away games. Their final away game before returning to California marked their sixth consecutive loss. Very rarely did the Angels lose by more than two runs, but they unfortunately were not able to get that little extra push they needed to come away with a victory. Fans could tell they were ready to play on their own field again, because they blew away the Cleveland Indians in their homecoming game, ending with five strong runs. Their victory was repeated on August 5th with a 3-4 win. The Angels will now be hosting the Baltimore Orioles before hitting the road again on August 9th. Be sure to catch them in action before then.
7/29/15 - A loss against the Twins ended the Los Angeles Angels' seven game winning streak, and two more losses followed. However, they were able to get one win against the Rangers in the final game, largely thanks to a five run sixth inning in which Mike Trout hit a grand slam. Trout had a great game, going 4 for 4 and tallying 5 RBIs. However, they were unable to capitalize on the win when they faced the Astros in the first of three games and lost. Despite the losses, the Angles are tied with the Astros for the number one spot in the AL West Division. They have two more chances to beat the Astros, and you can still get tickets to watch it in person, with prices as low as $16.
7/22/15 - The Los Angeles Angels are in a six game winning streak. They beat the Red Sox in a four game series that included a postponed game that was made up in a double header the next night. Then, the Angles beat the Twins 7-0 in the first of a three game series that began on the 21. The Angels had a five run sixth inning, thanks to three runs brought in by Chris Iannetta's homer. Matt Shoemaker was on the mound for six innings, during which he allowed only two hits and had 10 strikeouts. You can still get tickets to see the two teams battle it out on the 22nd and 23rd, as well as the next three game series against the Rangers that begins on the 24. Prices start at $4.
7/14/15 - The Los Angeles Angels have won half of their games since their five-game winning streak ended last week. Even though the Houston Astros have more wins than the Angels, fewer losses mean Los Angeles maintains the top position in the AL Western Division. As they return home from several away sets in a row, the Angels are in a good position to increase that lead. Before hitting the road again, they will be hosting the Boston Red Sox, the Minnesota Twins, and the Texas Rangers. Be sure to secure your spot in the stands before they leave town again. The Los Angeles Angels are sure to put on a very exciting show in these upcoming matchups. Tickets for the Minnesota Twins opener start at just $10.
7/8/15 - Albert Pujols has found his swing recently, going on a home run spree as the Los Angeles Angels have stormed their way up the AL West standings. The Halos find themselves just 2.5 games behind the Astros for tops in the division, and Albert’s contributions have not gone unnoticed by the league. The first baseman will make his 10th All-Star appearance next week, replacing the injured Miguel Cabrera in the starting lineup. Pujols will also compete in this year’s Home Run Derby, matching up against some of the game’s top sluggers in Cincinnati as MLB switches to a new faster-paced format for 2015. Before the festivities begin, L.A. will play a critical series in Seattle this weekend against the Mariners. Tickets for Safeco Field are on sale now at $18!
7/1/15 - Despite an apparent shakeup in the front office ranks, the Los Angeles Angels have committed to remaining focused on the field. It’s working, too—the Halos have put together four straight wins against the Mariners and Yankees, climbing to second place in the AL West. Albert Pujols and Erick Aybar led off the bottom of the sixth inning with back-to-back homers to turn a 1-0 deficit into a 2-1 advantage, and Joe Smith combined with Huston Street to close out two scoreless innings for the victory. L.A. will take to the road to face off with Colorado at Coors Field in interleague play starting 7/7 and tickets are available now. Claim your seats for Angels vs. Rockies on Tuesday night starting at just $6 each!
6/24/15 - Mike Trout of the Los Angeles Angels stands as just one of two players currently slated to start in the 2015 All Star Game despite not being a member of the Kansas City Royals. Exuberant KC fans have run away with this year’s vote, leaving just a few select players the opportunity to break through in this year’s Fall Classic starting lineup. Trout is almost a sure thing to appear in the outfield, as the slugger is among AL leaders in HRs, batting average, and RBIs this season. Teammate Albert Pujols is making his own case as well, leading the American League with 23 homers including a historic 15 jacks in 24 games. Can he maintain the pace when the Halos host the Mariners this weekend? Get seats at Angel Stadium for Friday night starting at just $9!
6/18/15 - The Los Angeles Angels started the season right by bringing home a lot of wins. Currently their wins and losses have continued to go back and forth. Last week they competed against the Arizona Diamondbacks where each team left the series with two wins a piece. June 18 was their fourth and final game against the Diamondbacks, which ended in the Angels favor. It was a big game for Angels, Taylor Featherstone, as he sent a ball flying in to homerun range giving him his first career homer. Pitcher, C.J. Wilson, played an exceptional game, striking out nine Diamondbacks, which fueled the Angels offense to a 7-1 win. Their next series of games is versus the Oakland Athletics and starts on June 19. Get your tickets today starting at $13 a piece.
6/9/15 - With just one game remaining on their current six-game road trip, the Los Angeles Angels can’t wait to get back home. The Halos have won just two games since the start of June with only a single W on the road to speak of. Wednesday night put a damper on Tuesday’s 8-2 victory, as the Rays claimed a 4-2 decision thanks to a timely homer from Evan Longoria, who had been virtually missing in action on offense for nearly 30 games. L.A. will tangle with Tampa Bay once more on Thursday before returning to Angel Stadium to open a three-game set versus division rival Oakland. Get your tickets for the opener on Friday with seats starting at just $15 each! Tickets for Saturday evening start at $10 and you can check out the Sunday matinee for as little as $4.
6/3/15 - The Rays snapped the Los Angeles Angels’ five game winning streak, in 6-1 finish on Tuesday’s game. The Rays came out strong, with two runs in the first inning and held the Angels to one run, a homer in the bottom of the fourth by first basemen Albert Pujois. The Angels have a 28-26 record, for second place on the AL West leaderboard. They’re out on the road over the upcoming weekend, coming back to their home stadium on Friday (6/12) for a three-game series against the Oakland Athletics. Wrap up your week with an evening game. Tickets start at $10, and there are still plenty of great seats available for you to bring out the whole crew. Get out to the ballpark and cheer for your home team.
5/27/15 - A pair of tough losses against the Padres has dropped the Los Angeles Angels back to third place in the AL West. Seattle has won three straight to take a half-game lead over the Halos, although the bottom four teams in the division have shuffled the deck throughout the season and will likely continue to do so. The Angels rallied twice to tie things up on Wednesday versus San Diego but could not complete a final rally after a two-run seventh inning put the Padres up 5-3. The eventual 5-4 defeat came on the heels of an odd 4-0 loss in extra innings which saw San Diego bust out for four runs in the top of the 10th. L.A. will play their next seven at home, starting with four matchups against the Tigers. Get your tickets for Friday night’s showdown starting at just $10!
5/19/15 - The Los Angeles Angels have been doing very well lately, but they still have a long way to go to catch up to the division leader, the Houston Astros. The Angels were up to five consecutive wins, but their streak has come to an end. They took a couple disappointing losses, even getting shut out on May 17th, but it looks like they have found their stride again. On May 19th, against the Toronto Blue Jays, the Angels took the lead in the eighth inning and held on to it through the end, winning 3-2. There are two more matches against the Blue Jays, and then one more set against the Boston Red Sox, before the Angels return to Los Angeles to take on the San Diego Padres.
5/12/15 - The Los Angeles Angels have picked up two wins in the last couple of days, putting them in second in the AL West with a 16-17 record. In Tuesday’s game against the Rockies, the teams were tied after the fourth inning at two runs. The Angels rallied in the eighth, with left fielder Matt Joyce earning a two-run double after second baseman Johnny Giavotella had already picked up the go ahead run on a single. The Angels gave the Rockies their 10th straight loss. The Angels are out on the road for 10 games beginning on Friday (5/15). Their next home game is on Monday (5/25) against the San Diego Padres. Tickets start at $10. Get yours now to get the best seats and to cheer for the home team!
5/5/15 - The Los Angeles Angels are back from their series of away games, and they are ready to start playing on their own field again. While the Angles won most of their games on the Oakland Athletics' field, they lost all three games against the San Francisco Giants. This short losing streak has tied them up with the Seattle Mariners, who are the first team the Angels will play in their own city. Unfortunately, the Mariners were able to edge out a slim 3-2 victory. Both teams are now sitting at 11-15 and tied for second in the AL Western Division. Tickets for the next matchup, on May 6th, are available and start as low as $5. Be sure to come see how the Angels do against Seattle.
4/27/15 - Locked in a tie with the Seattle Mariners for second place in the AL West, the Los Angeles Angels are working to cope with the losses of key players from last year’s squad. Howie Kendrick moved across town to the National League’s Dodgers, while Josh Hamilton was recently traded to the Texas Rangers after violating terms of his contract. The Angels have lost their last two, including a 6-2 defeat in Oakland on Tuesday night. L.A. managed to open against the Athletics with two runs off of ace Sonny Gray in the first inning, but Oakland responded with a five-run explosion and never looked back. The Angels will continue their three-game set in the Bay Area on Wednesday night and you can get into O.Co Coliseum with tickets as low as $19!
4/22/15 - After three losses in a row, the Los Angeles Angels dominated against the Oakland Athletics on April 21, with a final score of 14-1. The sixth inning was the Angels' golden inning, as they scored six runs. Johnny Giavotella had a great night, hitting a homer that brought in three runs and a single for another RBI. Kole Calhoun also had a strong night, with a homer that likewise brought in three runs. Hector Santiago pitched a great game that included eight strikeouts. The Athletics won in the first meeting between the two teams the night before. The teams have two more games in their current series on the 22nd and 23rd. Then, the Angles host the Rangers for a three game series starting on April 24. Tickets remain available for all games, with prices starting at $5.
4/16/15 - After losing three in a row to the Royals, the Los Angeles Angels came back and beat the Rangers 6-3 in their first match of a three game series. The Angels gave up three runs in the first inning, but Collin Cowgill and David Freese each hit two-run home runs during the fifth inning to help the Angels defeat the Rangers. In the next match, the Angles lost 2-8. The Angels were able to end the Rangers' starting pitcher Nick Martinez' 13-inning scoreless streak with an unearned run during the seventh inning. Southpaw Hector Santiago is set to start on the mound to defend his perfect record when the teams meet again on the 15. Then, the Angels head to Houston to meet the Astros on Friday, April 17. Tickets remain available, starting at $40.
4/7/15 - Opening Day 2015 was not kind to the Los Angeles Angels. Centerfielder Mike Trout homered in the first inning, but the Angels couldn’t overcome the Mariners. The final score was 4-1, after Mariners’ pitcher Felix Hernandez struck out 10 Angels. The Angels come home to Angel Stadium of Anaheim on Friday (4/10) for their home opener against the Kansas City Royals. Tickets are available for this evening game starting at $46. The Angels face the Royals again on Saturday (4/11). Get your tickets starting at $15 for an evening of fun and entertainment. In their final game of a three-game series, the Angels and the Royals play one more time Sunday afternoon. You’ll want to get your tickets to see the Angels before they go back out on the road.
3/30/15 - The Los Angeles Angels have lost their last five games in the Cactus League. They have a 13-13 record as the spring training season wraps up, and they return to Anaheim Stadium in their home town. On Thursday (4/2), the Angels kick off their games at home when they host their local rival the Los Angeles Dodgers. On Friday (4/3), it’s a rematch against the Dodgers. Get your tickets for $19 and up. Unfortunately, the Angels have an away game on the opening day of the MLB season, and they won’t be back at home until April 10. If you’re an Angels fan, catch them now and see their starting lineup. The roster is looking good, and the Angels are confident they’re going to outdo themselves this season.
3/24/15 - The Los Angeles Angels sit in third place in the Cactus League with a record of 12-8. On Tuesday, the Texas Rangers snapped the Angels’ four game winning streak with an 8-15 final score. The Angels gave up 10 runs in the seventh inning, and there was no chance of recovery. The Angels have just a few more games at Tempe Diablo Stadium before coming home to Anaheim. Over the weekend, on Saturday (3/28), they host their local rivals, the Los Angeles Dodgers. Tickets start at $62. Sunday’s afternoon game is against the Cincinnati Reds. Bring the whole family out to wrap up your weekend. Tuesday (3/31), the final home game of spring training is against the Oakland Athletics. On Thursday and Friday (4/2-3), the Angels host the Dodgers at Angel Stadium, and you don’t want to miss out.
3/19/15 - Reigning AL MVP Mike Trout took it to Rockies pitchers on Wednesday, as the Los Angeles Angels ran away for an 11-0 win in Cactus League competition. Trout drove in six runs with a pair of homers and an RBI groundout, continuing his impressive run of spring training play, registering a .545 batting average and three home runs in nine games. The Angels jumped to eighth in the Cactus League standings, their record now 7-7 with just over two weeks until Opening Day. Two of baseball’s Californian teams will face off on Saturday afternoon, as the Angels take on the Giants at Tempe Diablo Stadium. Great seats are still available starting at $62, but be sure to grab yours soon because they won’t last long!
3/10/15 - The Los Angeles Angels started out with two wins in the Cactus League, then lost the next three games, against the Athletics, Royals, and Reds. In the game against the Reds, pitcher Andrew Heaney made his debut by giving up one run and a hit, striking out three, and walking two in three innings. The Angels are one of four teams that have a 2-3 record after one week of the spring training games are over. On Friday (3/13), the Angels host the San Diego Padres at Tempe Diablo Stadium. Tickets start at $29. The next day, Saturday, the Chicago White Sox come to town, and tickets are available at $37 and up. Monday (3/16) offers a game against the Texas Rangers. You can still get your tickets starting at $33.
3/3/15 - The Los Angeles Angels have a great candidate to join their pitching rotation in Andrew Heaney, who they acquired from the Dodgers. Heaney was only a Dodger for 15 minutes before being traded to the Angels, and he became a social media phenom after a comedic tweet. He’s excited to be an Angel. The upcoming games for the Angels in the Cactus League at Tempe Diablo Stadium are on Friday (3/6) against the Colorado Rockies. Take half a day off early and get your tickets for $19. On Sunday (3/8), it’s the Kansas City Royals, and tickets start at $29. Tuesday (3/10) features the Texas Rangers, and tickets are available on our site for just $18 and up. Come out to spring training and see how the team lines up.
2/19/15 - The start of the Los Angeles Angels preseason is growing closer and closer. Now only being two weeks away, fans are getting excited. Starting March 5th, you will have 17 home games you can attend, so there is plenty of opportunity to see the Angels in action. Unfortunately, however, their official season gets off to a bit of a slow start. They travel to Seattle to play the Mariners on April 6th and will not return until that Friday, April 10th. Their delayed home opener will be against the Kansas City Royals. Tickets for that game are already going fast, but some are still available for $28. Keep an eye out for the week of April 20th. The Angels have seven home games in a row, so it promises to be a very exciting series of games.
1/29/15 - The Los Angeles Angels took the American League West Division Title in 2014, losing to the Kansas City Royals in the Division Series. With a new line-up, the Angels are looking to make a comeback in the 2015 MLB Season. Catch their opening game in the preseason at Tempe Diablo Stadium against the Milwaukee Brewers on Thursday, March 5. The Angels have acquired some new talent, including third base Kyle Kubitza from the Atlanta Braves, and Nate Hyatt. Ryan Mattheus, from the Washington Nationals, has been signed to a minor league deal, but invited to Spring Training with the Angels. The Angles appreciate their fans. Tickets for the Brewers game are available at Razorgator starting at $24. Show your support for the Angels. Come out to the opening game!
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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.