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The Los Angeles Angels are back for another season. Three years ago, the Angels scored the most runs of the league and won an impressive 98 games, but the past few seasons have left them with a less than stellar record. Will they make it to the postseason this year? Mike Trout, one of the best players in the league, is back to lead the Angels. Several key players who were out due to injury last year are set to be back and will be joined by some new members of the team, all looking to make it all the way to the World Series. Be sure to get your tickets on Razorgator to all the games to catch all the action in person.

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Los Angeles Angels News

After losing the first of a three game series against the Athletics, the Los Angeles Angels beat the A's 7-3. Albert Pujols scored his 596th home run in the first inning. The Angels had a 4-run second inning, thanks in part to homers from Ben Revere and Yunel Escobar. Escobar's homer brought in Martin Maldonado and Cliff Pennington. In the fourth inning, Pennington had an RBI single and Escobar had a ground out that brought in a run. However, they were unable to maintain the momentum and fell in the third game of the series. The Angels head home to host the Tigers for a four-game series starting on May 11. You can still get tickets, with prices starting at $4.
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Struggles at the mound cost the Los Angeles Angels dearly last week. Losing six in a row has catapulted the team to 7-9 so far, and has them at second-to-last place in the AL West. Sunday and Monday brought improvements, as Tyler Skaggs and Jesse Chavez performed better, but the losing streak wasn’t broken until Tuesday’s game with the Astros. Ricky Nolasco started, holding Houston to eight hits and two runs. L.A. secured the win off Albert Pujols’ homer in the fifth inning that gave the Angels three runs. Up next, Los Angeles will play the Blue Jays at Angel Stadium this Friday, Saturday, Sunday and Monday (April 21-24). Tickets start at under $10 for all four games.
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