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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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About Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim
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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Angel fans remember the greatest Jered Weaver memories
After 11 years in Anaheim Jered Weaver’s career as an Angel has come to an end. Weaver has reportedly agreed on a deal with the San Diego Padres. It’s a one-year deal worth $3 million for the upcoming 2017 season. With the recent news, Angel fans went on social media to remember their greatest memories of the Halo veteran. Weaver also went on social media to thank the Angels community.  Here are just a few memories fans of Weaver brought up today. In his rookie year, Weaver would finish the season with a 11-2 record and came up 5th place in the rookie of the year voting. His no-hitter is probably one of the greatest moments for Weaver as an Angel. Weaver unleashed his first no-hitter on Wednesday night at Angel Stadium, silencing the Twins, 9-0, by facing two over the minimum. “I never expected to throw a no-hitter, to be honest. I’m happy it happened here, in front of the home fans.””He wanted the family to be able to enjoy his career,” Dave Weaver said. “He loves the West Coast. He l
Was It Smart For The Halos To Let Jered Weaver Walk?
After the Halos’ disappointing 2016 campaign, some knew that there was the possibility that Jered Weaver would not be in the clubhouse in 2017. His decline the last several years partially correlates to the doubt some souls incipiently had. To go one step further with this, CBS Sports’ Mike Axisa reflects on Weaver’s last several seasons. Since 2011, his ERA gradually trickled upward from an impressive 2.41 clip all the way to a 5.06 mark most recently. On top of that, the increment of mozzarella on his fastball has melted during this same span. This subsequently put hitters at an advantage on days when the right-hander was not painting the corners of the plate as well. Thus, to some extent, the move may appear to be logical in the eyes of some. Regardless of the statistics, though, it is fair to contest that the decision to let number 36 go is disheartening. It is strange to think that Weaver will not be out there every fifth game repping an Angels’ jersey. His name has become so attached to the orga
Angels will stay at the Big A through at least 2029
Angel Stadium is the 4th oldest stadium in MLB history as Owner Arte Moreno is hoping stay in Anaheim for a longer time. The franchise holds the right to opt out of its Angel Stadium lease in 2019 and has long been considering a move within Orange County around that. However nothing was worked out. According to the Los Angeles Times and Orange County Register, Angels owner Arte Moreno told reporters on Saturday that he’s committed to improvements on two fronts. To the team, and to the ballpark they will call home through at least 2029. One of the reasons why the Angels will be staying in Anaheim for the next years is due to the unrealistic measurement of it taking three or four years to arrange for a new site, including financing and California’s environmental impact requirements. Moreno said the franchise spent $1.5 million to install LED lights in the stadium over the off-season. They were first deployed during supercross events last month. Renovations to Anaheim Stadium began Oct. 1, 1996, rever
Trout lands with personal, team goals in mind
Angels star center fielder Mike Trout arrived to Tempe Diablo Stadium ahead of the club's first full-squad workout and said one of his goals this season is to steal 40 bases, a threshold he hasn't reached since stealing 49 as a rookie in 2012.
Mike Trout stays humble and hungry in new season with Angels
TEMPE, Ariz. (AP) Although Mike Trout is a fairly well-known baseball player at this point, he still made his way around the Los Angeles Angels' clubhouse on Saturday morning to introduce himself to several new teammates. The two-time AL MVP arrived in Arizona this week with slightly longer hair and a renewed goal to steal 40 bases this season. He also has two companions at spring training for the first time: His high school sweetheart and new fiancee, Jessica Cox, and their miniature American Eskimo dog, Juno. While a few things change every year, Trout's teammates and coaches say he has been the same unassuming, upbeat guy throughout one of the greatest half-decades in recent big league history. ''Mike hasn't changed a bit from the first day he stepped up here on a major league field,'' Angels manager Mike Scioscia said. ''Probably hasn't changed since he was in high school.'' The Angels have plenty of new faces this spring, including left fielder Cameron Maybin at Trout's side. Trout acknowledges the
Jered Weaver gives his final goodbye to Angel Fans
This morning news broke that Jered Weaver will no longer be wearing Halo red, as he signed a one-year deal with the San Diego Padres. For his career, Weaver went 150-93 with a 3.55 ERA for the Angels, the second most victories in franchise history, behind Chuck Finley’s 165. Before he got his bags packing for his new career in San Diego, he thank the Angels community one last time. “Want to thank all the Angel fans for your support over the years! Wish we could have brought a trophy to the city of Anaheim! Much Love!” According to Angels MVP Mike Trout (From Jeff Fletcher of the Orange County Register) It’s going to be tough without the veteran. “It’s going to be tough,” Trout said. “He’s one of those guys you can’t replace. I talked to him a lot this offseason… When I got here, he was here. And now coming into this clubhouse and locker room, it’s quiet, it’s different not seeing Weaver when you walk in. Just one of those guys that, great teammate and off the field, you could do anyt
Moreno: Angels will have same ballpark, more money to spend
TEMPE, Ariz. (AP) Owner Arte Moreno is committed to long-term improvements to both the Los Angeles Angels' roster and their venerable stadium. The Angels will remain in Angel Stadium until at least 2029, Moreno said Saturday after their entire roster reported to Arizona for the first full workout of spring. Moreno also believes the Angels will soon be in better financial shape to pursue baseball's top players this year and beyond, boosting their chances of building a winner around two-time AL MVP Mike Trout. The Angels could opt out of their lease at their city-owned ballpark in 2019, and they have examined opportunities to build a new stadium nearby. Instead, Moreno confirmed the Angels will stay in the majors' fourth-oldest park for at least the next 13 seasons while making yearly additions to an estimated $40 million in improvements during his ownership, which began in 2003. ''It's going to take some time to get ourselves prepared to see which direction we're going to go,'' Moreno said of the possibi
Jered Weaver: The Ultimate Angel
Ever since 2006, there has been two constants in the Halo dugout. One of them is Mike Scioscia, the lovable yet hateable manager of our beloved Angels. The other: Jered Weaver. One of the constant factors in the Angel lineup is now gone. Weaver has signed with the San Diego Padres, but he will always hold a special place in all Angel fans hearts. Weaver was a star ever since he first stepped on the mound in that Halo uniform. He came in fifth in Rookie of the Year voting that year despite having a higher WAR than three of the four candidates who finished ahead of him. The man who won that year was the man who has cast a shadow over him ever since in Justin Verlander.  Weaver made 11 less starts, yet compiled 0.3 more WAR than Verlander. This was Weaver’s first run in with Verlander, but it wouldn’t be his last. Weaver was one of the best pitchers in the game in his prime. Every time he was on the mound, Angel fans knew he was going to twirl a gem. His violent yet silky smooth motion made him so unique an
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Owner Arte Moreno said Saturday that the Angels will play out their current lease in Anaheim, a move that will keep the team at Angel Stadium through at least 2029. The Angels could have opted out of their current lease in 2019, but attempts to secure a new ballpark elsewhere have so far proved unsuccessful.
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It was reported earlier this month that the San Diego Padres were interested in adding a veteran pitcher to their rotation. Jered Weaver was included in that report, as was fellow veteran Travis Wood.Once Wood agreed to sign with the Kansas City Royals, it became increasingly evident that Weaver — a Southern California guy — would sign with the San Diego Padres.That apparently happened on Saturday. The deal is said to include a base salary of $3 million with a ton of incentives.Weaver, 34, has earned three All-Star trips in his career. Unfortunately for the veteran, he has also fallen on hard times recently. This past season saw the former Los Angeles Angels ace record a 12-12 record with a 5.06 ERA and 1.46 WHIP in 31 starts. That came off a 2015 campaign that saw him post a 7-12 record with an ERA of over 4.60.This signing is meant to add depth to an otherwise lackluster Padres starting rotation. Whether Weaver can actually provide anything of substance is not yet known.
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