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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!
10/3/14 – The Angels dropped Thursday’s ALDS opener following Mike Moustakas’ homerun in the 11th inning. The shoemaker himself will take the mound tonight in Game 2 as LA looks to even the series in Anaheim. Last minute Angels tickets range from $47 - $311.
10/1/14 – Angels tickets for Games 1 and 2 of the ALDS have not changed much since the Royals clinched a spot in the division series. Now averaging $123 and $137 respectively, Angels fans are paying far less than other playoff teams’ fans for a seat to watch the 2014 MLB postseason at home.
9/30/14 – Just two days until the postseason arrives at The Big A! The Angels went 3-3 against potential opponent Kansas City this season and 10-9 against the A’s including a series sweep in August. Who will face the Los Angeles Angels in the postseason? The AL Wild Card game will be played tonight.
9/29/14 – Weaver is slated to pitch the first ALDS game in Anaheim on Thursday, October 2. The winner of the AL Wild Card game (to be played Tuesday) will advance to play the Angels in the division series. Game 1 ALDS tickets start at $42 while game 2 on Friday begins at $44.
9/26/14 – Your AL West Champions will finish the regular season in Seattle. Following the three-game series, it’s time for postseason play which will begin October 2. With home-field advantage in the ALDS, the Los Angeles Angels will play two consecutive nights at Angel Stadium of Anaheim. Angels ALDS tickets start at just $34.
9/15/14 - We all know this won’t be your last chance to see the Los Angeles Angels play at home during the 2014 MLB season, but it will be your last shot at buying cheap LA Angels tickets before prices shoot up for playoffs! The majors-leading Anaheim squad will play their final regular season homestand at Angel Stadium against the Seattle Mariners and Texas Rangers this week. Seattle is one game back from the second Wild Card slot in the American League, but will they spoil the Mariners postseason hopes in their upcoming four-game series? Score Los Angeles Angels tickets for as low as $5 this Tuesday (9/15) and Thursday (9/19)—you won’t be seeing get-in deals like this a week from now!
9/9/14 - The Los Angeles Angels are cruising in this last month of baseball, hot on a five-game win-streak and a whopping 8 games ahead of the Oakland A’s. On the mound, Jered Weaver became the American League’s first 16-game winner and at bat, Albert Pujols has 10 RBIs in his last 10 games. Buy Los Angeles Angels tickets this week and see them pull away even further in the AL West. Anaheim is pitted against division opponents, the Texas Rangers, in Arlington starting Tuesday. The get-in price is just $1 for the Angels-Rangers series (9/9/-9/11).
9/4/14 - Don’t let these last two losses to the Astros fool you, the Los Angeles Angels are still dominating with the best record in the majors. Their playoff hopes are high, and even their rookies are playing like vets: Matt Shoemaker has been named the American League Pitcher of the Month, and Rookie of the Month. He couldn’t have picked a better time to shine, as baseball plays out its final month before postseason. Looking to snap out of their two straight losses, the Angels start a series against the Minnesota Twins tonight at Target Field. Score an awesome last minute deal and buy Los Angeles Angels tickets for just $1 tonight in Minneapolis!
8/28/14 - When the Los Angeles Angels flew to the top of the American League, many thought top-ranked contenders would have a tough time knocking them down, but with the loss of ace Garret Richards to a season-ending knee injury, fending off the Oakland A’s and other hungry opponents will be harder than ever. Are the Halos poised to overcome their depleted rotation? Can Jered Weaver step up in Richards’ stead? Will rookie Matt Shoemaker continue his rock solid starts? The Angels are back in Anaheim this week, and now that they’ve taken two-of-three over Miami, they face Oakland in a four-game set starting tonight. Los Angeles Angels tickets offer a get-in price of $7 on 8/28 and $8 on 8/31 for the Bay Area bout.
8/20/14 - Just when baseball fans were convinced Oakland would remain untouchable in the regular season, the Los Angeles Angels powered through opponents over the last few weeks and swooped right into first place the American League. The Angels are winners of five in their last six meetings, and have sole possession of the AL West crown. Mike Trout leads the team with 27 homers and 87 RBIs. Anaheim is pitted against Boston and Oakland this week, and your cheapest Los Angeles Angels tickets are available on Thursday at Fenway Park for a $17 minimum.
8/11/14 – The Los Angeles Angels showed how quickly things can change during one week of baseball. After dropping three games to one against the Dodgers in Los Angeles’ Freeway Faceoff, the Angels followed up with series loss to Boston, and are now four games behind the Oakland Athletics for tops in the AL West. The Angels can surely make up for lost ground with their upcoming two-set series against the Phillies at home, followed by three games at the Texas Rangers this week. Find extremely cheap Los Angeles Angels tickets this week; pay $7 to get-in tomorrow (8/12) and $6 on Wednesday (8/13). Super discounted Angels tickets are available in Arlington; spend just $1-2 to get into the park from 8/15 – 8/17!
8/4/14 – The Los Angeles Angels are now just one game back from the Oakland Athletics for first place in the AL West and top team in the Majors. For the Halos to secure the No. 1 slot, they will have to get through this week’s pivotal four-game series against the National League-leading Los Angeles Dodgers, starting tonight. Buy Los Angeles Angels tickets for this exciting cross-town rivalry and see young bucks Yasiel Puig and Mike Trout duke it out for two games at Dodger Stadium and two games in Anaheim. Angels tickets in Los Angeles offer cheaper prices than at home: pay $23 to get-in on 8/4 and $22 to get-in on 8/5, compared to a $38 minimum on 8/6 and $46 minimum on 8/7 at Angel Stadium.
7/28/14 – Buy your Los Angeles Angels tickets now, because this AL West team has quickly narrowed the gap that separates them from the top spot in their division to just two games. This week the Angels could catch the No.1 Oakland Athletics, thanks to a decisive series win over the visiting Detroit Tigers last week, but it won’t be easy. The Angels are up against a rough road trip, with series against the AL East-leading Baltimore Orioles, the surging Tampa Bay Rays (9-1 in last ten) and NL West-leading Los Angeles Dodgers. Score Los Angeles Angels tickets along this important road test for as low as $8 on 7/31 against the Orioles, and $10 on 8/1 against the Rays.
7/21/14 – The Los Angeles Angels finished the first half of the season with the second best record in the majors, and judging from their performance since their return from the All-Star break, it doesn’t look like the team will be slowing down any time soon! The Angels beat the visiting Seattle Mariners in two-of-three matches, and are lined up against Baltimore and Detroit this week; two teams that have kicked off the second half of the season on shaky feet. The Orioles are coming off a series loss to Oakland, while Detroit dropped three straight to Cleveland; score Los Angeles Angels tickets and see if they can send this AL foes spiraling down further. You can find cheap Los Angeles Angels tickets in Anaheim this week with Razorgator; spend a mere $5 for both their 7/21 showdown (vs. Baltimore) and 7/24 game against Detroit.
7/14/14 – Who saw the Los Angeles Angels coming? The Anaheim club has quietly racked up the second-best record in the Majors, at 57-37 and just 1.5 games behind the League-leading Oakland Athletics. The team is heading into the All-Star break hot on a five game win-streak, with ten victories in their last 11 games. See if they can come back and continue to surge in the second half of the season. Buy Los Angeles Angels tickets when they host the Seattle Mariners this Sunday (7/20) for as little as $5. Angels tickets in Anaheim are similarly cheap on Friday (7/18), get-in for $13, and Saturday (7/19), get-in for $10. These are small prices to pay to see one of the best teams in the nation compete!
7/7/14 - The Los Angeles Angels not only swept the Houston Astros last week, but on the day of their fourth and final win, the team heard even better news. Fans voted center fielder Mike Trout as starter in the July 15 All Star Game! The team couldn’t hide some of their disappointment, with Albert Pujols in disbelief that neither shortstop Erick Aybar, nor pitcher Garret Richards was selected for the honor in spite of amazing numbers. Score All Star Game tickets for a $217 minimum on 7/15, or buy Los Angeles Angels tickets for extremely low prices this week! Pay a mere $5 to get-in against the Toronto Blue Jays on 7/7 and 7/9, or spend just $2 when Anaheim visits the Texas Rangers on 7/10 and 7/11.
6/30/14 – At halfway through the season, the Los Angeles Angels are the fourth-highest scoring team in the majors, scoring 118 runs and scorching teams through June. Although their six-game winning streak was put to a halt last Friday, Garrett Richards owns the lowest ERA in June for the AL. He’ll look to improve those stats tonight against the White Sox. Los Angeles Angels tickets for their series against Chicago start at a mere $6-8 per game (6/39-7/2). Ticket prices drop down to a $5 minimum on 7/3 when they first face the visiting Astros, but rise up to a $18 minimum when they face Houston on July 4. Save money on Angels tickets over the holiday and see them this Sunday (7/6) for a get-in price of $6. Can the Angels send rockets off on the diamond and in the sky this Fourth of July Weekend? Score LA Angels tickets to find out!
6/23/14 – The Los Angeles Angels achieved a three-game sweep of the Texas Rangers, with CJ Cron hitting home runs in his third consecutive game. The Anaheim sluggers are now within five games of the AL-West leading Oakland Athletics, up ten wins of their last 15 matches. The Angels will welcome former player, Kendrys Morales, back to his alma mater when his new team, the Minnesota Twins, pay a visit to So Cal this week. Score cheap Los Angeles Angels tickets when they play the Twins on Tuesday (6/24) and Thursday (6/26), just $5 to get-in on each day!
6/16/14 – The Los Angeles Angels broke even over two series last week, winning two games against the tough league-leaders, Oakland Athletics, before losing twice to the Atlanta Braves. Though the Anaheim Angeles are still 4.5 games back from Oakland, they’ve widened the gap between themselves and other division opponents like Seattle and Texas. Up next, the Angels will try their hand against the Indians in Cleveland, before returning home to host the Rangers. The cheapest Los Angeles Angeles tickets of the week are Sunday opposite the Rangers, a $5 minimum, followed by Tuesday in Cleveland, for $6 to get-in.
6/9/14- Watch out Oakland! Thanks to stellar play from Anaheim this weekend, the Los Angeles Angels are narrowing the AL West gap. You’ve got to buy Los Angeles Angels ticket to see moments like Mike Trout hitting a game-tying grand slam in the bottom of the eighth, or Josh Hamilton’s go-ahead run on Saturday, followed by excellent pitching (CJ Wilson) to complete the weekend's White Sox sweep. Buy Anaheim Angels tickets when LA hosts the division-leading Athletics; get-in for a mere $5 from 6/9-6/11. The Angels will be visited by the Atlanta Braves over Fathers Day weekend. Lock in dad's gift today!
6/2/14 - The Los Angeles Angels were swept by two-time division champs, the Oakland Athletics, and are now trailing the AL West leaders by 4.5 games. The squad is missing Mike Trout from the lineup due to back soreness, but he'll be back to play this week, along with Josh Hamilton (activated from DL). See the super sluggers take bat with cheap Los Angeles Angels tickets: get-in for $9 to see Anaheim take on the Astros in Houston, or pay a $4 minimum when the Chicago White Sox visit Anaheim (6/8).
5/27/14 - The Los Angeles Angels are 28-22, just 2.5 games back from the league-leading Oakland Athletics. The Anaheim squad is giving the AL West leaders a run for their money, winning three previous series in dominating fashion, while their division foes dropped four games in a row. Pitcher Jered Weaver has been integral in Anaheim's surge, and he'll try his arm tonight when the Angels continue an extended series against the Seattle Mariners. Cheap Anaheim Angeles tickets at Safeco Field start at $9 today, $7 on Wednesday (5/28) and $9 on Thursday (5/29). Los Angeles Angels tickets are popular for this weekend's all-important series against the Athletics in Oakland; get-in for $17 on Saturday, May 31.
5/19/14 - The Los Angeles Angels are on fire, having won each of their previous three series, including a two-game sweep of Philadelphia and bagging three-of-four over Toronto and Tampa Bay. The Angels have gotten fresh play from Matt Shoemaker (replaced Hector Santiago) with two wins in both starts, and Grant Green (replaced Josh Hamilton, injured) with great play in the outfield and lineup. Anaheim is now 8-2 over 10 games and will close their homestand against the Astros and Royals this week. You can get cheap Los Angeles Angels tickets for both their series against Houston and Kansas City at Angel Stadium: pay $4 on 5/19 (vs. Astros) and $5 on 5/25 (vs. Royals).
5/12/14 - The Los Angeles Angels are closing in on first place in the AL West! Thanks to their solid play (four wins in seven games) the Angels are just 3 games behind the Oakland Athletics in their division. Score Los Angeles Angels tickets to see if they can sweep their four-game series against the Blue Jays tonight—pay just $3 to get-into the final bout at Rogers Centre. Afterwards, Anaheim will travel to Philly for two nights (5/13-5/14), but you can catch them at home when they host the Tampa Bay Rays starting Thursday. Anaheim Angels tickets for this extended series cost $4-11 to get in from 5/15-5/18.
5/5/14 - The Los Angeles Angels may have swept the visiting Cleveland Indians last week, but they lost two to the Rangers in their following series, dropping them back down to the .500 mark (15-15). In their first loss to Texas, third baseman David Freese broke his finger after getting hit by a pitch from Colby Lewis; the infielder was subsequently placed on the DL and replaced by Luis Jimenez. This week, Anaheim will face stiff competition when they play the Yankees, followed by four games opposite Toronto. Los Angeles Angels tickets start at $20 against the Yankees (5/6) and $9 against the Blue Jays (5/9, 5/11).
4/28/14 - The Anaheim Angels have improved their record to 11-13, taking them up over the .500 mark about one month into major league play. Last week the Los Angeles Angels defeated the Nationals off the bat of Albert Pujols, who hit a two-run homer and gained membership in the 500 Homerun Club. Anaheim's first baseman is the first player to hit his 499th and 500th homeruns in the same game, and is the third youngest to reach the impressive milestone (34 years old). The Angels are back home to close out April, taking on the Cleveland Indians starting today, and the Rangers for three games starting Friday. Get cheap Anaheim Angels ticket for this week's homestay: pay just $5 on 4/28 and 4/30 (vs. Cleveland), or $7 on 5/4 (vs., Texas).
4/21/14 - After winning their first game against Detroit, the Los Angeles Angels committed four errors in one game and dropped their final match to the Tigers—their second consecutive series loss. Anaheim is still 8-11 on the season, with a chance to clean up play when they continue on their long road trip this week. Cheap Los Angeles Angels tickets are offered against the Washington Nationals this week: get-in for $3 (4/21-4/22) or $1 (4/23). Anaheim Angeles tickets jump up to an $11 minimum (4/27) when they visit the New York Yankees over the weekend.
4/14/14- The Los Angeles Angels turned around their shoddy season start in a big way, when Mike Trout, Albert Pujols and Raul Ibanez hit back-to-back-to-back home runs against the New York Mets. The young slugger and two veteran power hitters set the crowd and scoreboard ablaze in the rare event that led to yesterday's 14-2 whopper score. The Angels are enjoying their sixth win in ten games, and look to ride this victory wave into their series against the Oakland Athletics starting today (get-in for just $3). Anaheim Angels tickets are available tomorrow for $15 (4/15) and $5 on Wednesday (4/16).
4/7/14 - The Los Angeles Angels look a bit rusty out of the gate. After the honorary first pitch by Vladimir Guerrero (signed a one-day contract to retire as an Angel) saw hitting coach Don Baylor break his leg on Opening Day, the Angels haven't been able to shake their unlucky start. With a 2-4 record to kick off the season, the Angels can get their mojo back if they exact victory in today's game to win their four-game series against Houston, and pay back the Mariners with success in both their matches this week (4/8-4/9). Score cheap Los Angeles Angels tickets when they host the New York Mets this weekend: get-in for $5 on Sunday.
3/31/14 - The biggest moment in recent Los Angeles Angels history has arrived—Mike Trout has signed a six-year extension with the Angels valued at $144.5 million. The 22 year-old, fans and the franchise alike couldn't be happier with the idea of having the star outfielder under their halo for another seven years. Despite hitting this mega high note before Fan Fest this weekend, the Angels are buckling down and ready to get serious for their Opening Day game. Los Angeles is pitted against the Seattle Mariners tonight until Wednesday, and the squad is eager to start the year with victories (unlike their past two dreadful season starts). There are Los Angeles Angels tickets available for their last two games in the series against Seattle: get in tomorrow for just $17 or score cheaper tickets on Wednesday, only $12 to start.
3/24/14 - The Los Angeles have one final game left in Arizona! Catch them at Cubs Park tomorrow (a $38 minimum) and see them take on Chicago. To the delight of the franchise, Josh Hamilton made his long-awaited debut last Monday, and hit an infield single to take the Angels up 8-7 over the Giants. In other news, the Angels have acquired Trevor Gretzky from the Cubs (son of NHL legend Wayne Gretzky) in a unique exchange for infielder Matt Scioscia (son of Angels manager Mike Scioscia). Score cheap Los Angeles Angels tickets for their Opening Day game against the Seattle Mariners in Anaheim, starting at a low $21!
3/17/14 - Josh Hamilton is expected to make his spring debut against the San Francisco Giants next Monday, after missing most Cactus League play due to a strained calf muscle. The outfielder believes two weeks of play will be enough to gear him up for the Angels' upcoming Opening Day match against the Seattle Mariners (3/31). Los Angeles Angels tickets for their first game of the season are $78 on average, but you can catch them for much less during Spring Training! Angels tickets for this Friday against the Royals start at $18, and their Sunday faceoff against the Indians is just a $19 minimum.
3/10/14 - You never know who's going to show up at Spring Training in the Cactus League! Former Chicago Bears linebacker Brian Urlacher shagged some flies during practice with the Los Angeles Angels on Friday, chatting with players and fans before their game against the Cubs. On the same day, wunderkind Mike Trout—who Urlacher called "the best player in baseball"—gifted some fans in attendance his just-worn batting gloves as a token of appreciation. The young superstar was awarded the largest pre-arbitration contract for a player in MLB history (one-year, $1 million) last Wednesday—a deal that foreshadows a huge long-term contract for Trout in the future. Los Angeles Angels tickets are cheapest when they play the Milwaukee Brewers this Wednesday (get-in for $11), and bump up to $19 when they take on the Chicago White Sox a day later.
3/3/14 - With all eyes on Mike Trout this season, the young slugger showed some major spring swag with a statement performance last week. The "Millville Meteor" hit a grand slam and five RBIs in the Los Angeles Angels' decisive 15-3 victory over the Cubs on Friday. In a true team effort, Trout's game was only bolstered by stellar showings from his teammates Chris Iannettam, who nearly hit two homers in one day, and JB Shuck, who scored a three-run triple. With such a powerful start to the year, you've got to see if this team can make mincemeat of their next Spring Training opponents! Get Los Angeles Angels tickets for their game against the Los Angeles Dodgers this Thursday (get-in for $27) or see if they can hammer the Cubs again this Friday (get-in for $17).
2/24/14 - Rumors are mounting that Los Angeles Angels wunderkind Mike Trout is currently in talks for a six-year contract reportedly worth $150 million. The management is eager to dismiss these allegations, but keep an eye on Anaheim's front office as news may well break soon. The 22 year-old has a lot of pressure mounting for the 2014 season, see him work out the kinks with Los Angeles Angels spring training tickets. Angels tickets have jumped up just $2 since practice began, averaging $45 a ticket in Tempe.
2/18/14 - After a disappointing first season with the Los Angeles Angels, Spring Training welcomes back a healthier and beefier Josh Hamilton, up to 240 lbs. from 215 lbs. last season. This offseason, the outfielder focused on building up the same muscular physique that enabled him to be the power hitter he was during his 2010 AL MVP season. See if Hamilton can hit his stride alongside young gun Mike Trout when the Angels take on the Chicago Cubs this Friday (2/28). Los Angeles Angels tickets are an affordable $16 to sit behind home plate and watch these sluggers let it rip up close!
2/11/14 - Get excited Anaheim, because the Los Angeles Angels will be reporting in two days to their Arizona camp. This should be the year Albert Pujols and Josh Hamilton live up to their contracts and earn their high billing, with Pujols fully recovered from his foot injury and Hamilton gaining 28 lbs. of muscle in the offseason. Power up with these sluggers because the Halos are contenders this year, especially with Mike Trout in centerfield. Help the Angels get a good start during Spring Training, and attend their first game in Arizona against the Chicago Cubs for just $17.
1/28/14 - The Los Angeles Angels have been consistently prudent this offseason, only filling necessary gaps while waiting for prices to drop on the free agent market to score a bargain deal with a veteran pitcher. Who will line up at Tempe Diablo Stadium for Spring Training? For just $43 you can see who’s on the mound when you get your Los Angeles Angels Spring Training tickets today!
The Los Angeles Angels were suffering last year with holes in the starting pitching rotation and third base position, and with little money left from previous offseason expenditures, the Angels have been pinching pennies this winter. Getting right to addressing their issues, the Angels traded centerfielder Peter Bourjos and outfield prospect Randal Grichuk to the Cardinals for third-baseman David Freese and reliever Fernando Salas. Afterwards, Anaheim signed right-hander Joe Smith and traded first-base slugger Mark Trumbo to the Diamondbacks. A deal that landed them young lefthander Tyler Skaggs, White Sox starter Hector Santiago, and veteran Raul Ibanez.
With all of these young prospects filling up the bullpen, the Halos are still looking to offset the risk by attaining a veteran starting pitcher. Reportedly, their focus has shifted to bagging Bronson Arroyo and Matt Garza before Spring Training commences. So, strapped for money, the Angels were restricted this winter and unable to make as many big-name deals maybe as they would have liked--but with such a solid foundation backing up young talents, the Los Angeles Angels are sure to make waves this season!
Whither the Los Angeles Angels? On one hand, after picking up arguably the best player in baseball before last season, in first baseman Albert Pujols, the Halos were never able to get untracked from a slow start, which Pujols got off to as well in his first American League season. On the other hand, once Pujols got started, he reverted to form; pitcher Jered Weaver came to the fore as a legitimate top of the rotation starter; and outfielder Mike Trout seriously challenged for the AL Most Valuable Player award in his rookie season, ultimately settling on the AL Rookie of the Year award. And in a case of "keeping up" with their NL rivals for fan attention up Interstate 5, the Halos went out and picked up former AL MVP Josh Hamilton as a free agent from their division rivals in Texas. Around the rest of the diamond, team home run leader Mark Trumbo is back, as well as outfielder and leadoff man Torii Hunter; but questions exist in the starting rotation after Weaver, C.J. Wilson, and Ervin Santana. 2013 should prove to be interesting at Angel Stadium of Anaheim, as the Angels have one more division rival to fight off as well, the Houston Astros.
Los Angeles Angels tickets in Anaheim average $62 for the 2013 MLB season. That's almost half the price of tickets to see LA's other baseball team, the Dodgers, who have an average tickets price of $121 at Dodger Stadium.This season's most popular games on the LA Angels schedule include the Boston Red Sox and New York Yankees, and Interleague series with the Chicago Cubs and St. Louis Cardinals. Angels fans wanting to pick up cheap Angels baseball tickets will find seats under $10 in the 500 level at most home games. Tickets to the Angels home opener versus the Athletics on the April 9th are priced from $29 in the 500 level to $350 in the Field Hall of Fame and MVP levels. On the road, Los Angeles Angels tickets average $78.