Max Stassi Leads The Way With 3 RBIs, But Angels Leave Bases Loaded In 9th Dropping Opener To Seattle The last time the Angels walked-off in a game at the Big A was back on July 4 against the Baltimore Orioles and they stood 42-41 that night, just 5.5 games out of a playoff berth.
The Final Three Home Games Kick Off Tonight As Seattle Makes Its Final Trip To The Big A It took a week, but the Angels finally got back in the win column last night with a 3-2 victory over the Houston Astros.
The Angels had a nice win last night, but the rest of the week wasn’t as pleasant. Well, the final stretch of the season isn’t going as planned. The AL West has continued its dominance over the Angels this season as the Halos enter into their final nine games of the season.
The Angels put up more of a fight on offense Tuesday night, but still lost 10-5 to the Houston Astros. A night after giving up 10 runs to the Houston Astros, Angels pitching was bullied once again in a 10-5 loss Tuesday night.
The Lefty Gets His Shot Against The AL West Leading Astros For The First Time In His Career Throughout an entire Major League Baseball season ebbs and flows are bound to happen, but for the Angels, they are suffering more ebbs during this four-game losing streak.
Just days after Angels manager Joe Maddon indicated Shohei Ohtani might not pitch again this season because of a sore right arm, the two-way star not only took the mound Sunday but matched a season high with 10 strikeouts in a 3-2 loss to the A's.
Their 15th loss in 19 tries against Oakland this year As has been the case in a good chunk of their games against the Athletics this season, the Angels could not get enough going with the bats on Sunday afternoon despite bringing the game into extras with a late rally, falling for the third day in a row to Oakland by a final of 3-2.
Despite a fiery attempt by the offense, the Halos were unable to recover from a rough first inning against the Oakland Athletics. It was a heartbreaking loss on Saturday as the Halos walked away from the night with the bases loaded and a missed opportunity to snag a last-minute victory.
The umpires may have felt that Ohtani was hit intentionally, possibly as retaliation for Luis Robert and Jose Abreu being hit by the Angels. La Russa said it was just a mistake by Wright, who was wild.
While Joe Maddon remained open to letting Ohtani take the bump again before the regular season ends Oct. 3, everybody involved will have to think about beyond this fall before taking any kind of risk with such a valuable asset.
Los Angeles Angels superstar Mike Trout has been trying to return from the calf strain that first sidelined him May 17 throughout the summer and was hoping to get in at least some at-bats before the regular-season finale.