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The Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim finished in fourth place in the American League West with a 74-88 record for the 2016 MLB Season. The Angels finished behind the Texas RangersSeattle Mariners, and the Houston Astros. The Angels are looking to get back to MLB Playoffs in the 2017 MLB Season.

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In 1961, the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim (formerly the Anaheim Angeles) joined Major League Baseball and the American League West. The Angels currently play their home games at Angel Stadium in Anaheim, CA. The Stadium can seat more than 45,000 Angels MLB fans on a given night. 

The Angeles were created to compete against the Brooklyn Dodgers, soon to be the Los Angeles Dodgers, who moved to Los Angeles from the New York area in 1958. Each league that year acquired a new team. The National League introduced the New York Mets and the American League expanded with the Los Angeles Angels.

Success came the Angels way in 2002 when the team won the World Series in a classic showdown with the National League’s San Francisco Giants. The Giants were led by home run great Barry Bonds. The MLB team has won several American League West division titles since but have failed to reach the peak success of the 2002 MLB season.

The American League West is a grueling league night in and night against teams such as the Texas Rangers, Houston Astros, Oakland Athletics, and Seattle Mariners. The Angles sell thousands of tickets each night though filling Angel Stadium with enthusiasm and energy. If you are visiting the Los Angeles area or live in LA find your Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim tickets right here at CapitalCityTickets.com by searching through the Angels MLB schedule above!

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SAN DIEGO (AP) Right-hander Jhoulys Chacin is joining the San Diego Padres, who kept left-hander Clayton Richard. Both pitchers agreed to $1.75 million, one-year contracts, deals San Diego announced Tuesday. Richard, 33, was 3-4 with a 3.33 ERA this year for the Chicago Cubs and Padres. He also pitched with San Diego from 2009-13. Chacin, 28, split 2016 between Atlanta and the Los Angeles Angels, going 6-8 with a 4.81 ERA. He also pitched for NL West rivals Colorado and Arizona. Richard would earn performance bonuses of $250,000 each for 15, 20 and 25 starts, and $125,000 apiece for 40 and 50 relief appearances. He would get a one-time $250,000 assignment bonus if traded.
Mark Whicker: Process, not results, intrigues Angels GM Billy Eppler
ANAHEIM >> Billy Eppler talks about trading a paper clip for a house."You trade it for two paper clips, trade that for a pencil, then for a pen and so on," he said. "It's a slow build but as long as there's momentum and we continue to push, we'll get there."The Angels' general manager has a far bigger capital improvement in mind.
Whicker: Building is a slow, steady process for Angels GM Billy Eppler
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What can we expect from the Angels bullpen in 2017?
The overworked Angels bullpen was not a strong point in 2016, will they be better next year? Depending on how you rank them, the Angels fell somewhere in the 9th-12th spot (ERA, WHIP, HR allowed, etc) for AL bullpens in 2016. Basically, the Angels bullpen was in the bottom 3rd of the American League despite having some shining moments (like bullpen of the week early in the year). There is one area where they DID excel, and that was pickoffs. No teams bullpen picked off more runners than the Angels (8), who were led by Joe Smith (3) and Mike Morin (2). Smith is gone, though Morin may see some chances to pick off more runners in 2017. To date, Billy Eppler really hasn’t done a lot this off-season to shore up the Angels relief pitching, so it’s possible we will see some more changes. However, like many other teams, Eppler doesn’t seem intent on spending significant money on a bullpen dude, especially in light of the crazy money they have been getting. There are some more budget...
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Introducing the 2017 Angels top prospect rankings!
An ambitious goal to collectively analyze the prospects in the Angels farm system. Hello there, HH readers! On behalf of my fellow writers here at Halos Heaven, it’s my pleasure to introduce an exciting new journey into the depth that is the Angels farm system this offseason. Our goal is to synthesize all available information (scouting reports, statistics, video, etc.) in order to accurately provide a level of insight on how our prospects are faring and how the system is doing as a whole. In these rankings and projections, we are attempting to estimate a player’s true talent level that may or may not already be evident in statistical analysis. Of course, there are always details that we cannot capture, as there are many baseball sources we lack the access to and plenty of information is not public altogether. With that being said, let’s get into how these prospects are ranked. Methodology Josh, Jessica, Chase, Carlos, and me (as well as Turks Teeth, a longtime HH prospect ho...
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