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Angels to face A's or Royals in American League Division Series Starting Thursday
After a poor finish to the season that saw them blow a big lead in the division and finish well back of the Los Angeles Angels, the Oakland Athletics held on and defeated the Texas Rangers to win one of two AL Wild Cards. The Kansas City Royals will host the Oakland Athletics Tuesday night in the AL Wild Card game, with the winner facing the Angels in a five-game series starting on Thursday, October 2. Due to securing the best overall record in all of Major League Baseball, the Angels will have home field advantage throughout the playoffs.
The A's are no strangers to the Angels, after the teams faced each other 19 times this season. The season series was incredibly evenly matched, with the Angels winning ten of the nineteen games. Oakland held the run advantage in the series, outscoring the Angels 79-76 in the 19 games. The biggest advantage for the Angels if they host the Athletics is the fact they'd likely only face A's left-hander Jon Lester one time in a five game series, due to the fact that Lester will start the Wild Card game versus the Royals. It's been a frightful end of the season for the Athletics, but the postseason is a clean slate and Oakland clearly has the pitching depth to make a deep postseason run. The big question is whether or not their offense, which struggled in the season's second half, can muster enough production.
The Kansas City Royals are making their first postseason appearance in 29 years, dating all the way back to their World Series championship in 1985. Kansas City was neck and neck with the Detroit Tigers for much of the last month of the regular season, before losing the American League Central by one game. The Angels faced the Royals six times during the regular season, splitting the six games, with the Angels outscoring the Royals 30-26. Like Lester for the A's, the Royals ace James Shields will take the mound in the Wild Card game, giving him just a single start in the ALDS should the Royals advance. Rookie Yordano Ventura, former Angel Jason Vargas, and veteran Jeremy Guthrie round out the rotation that the Angels would likely see in the postseason should they face the Angels. Ventura is a hard-throwing rookie whose calmness in tight situations belies his youth. Offensively Kansas City has a balanced offense, led by veteran outfielder Alex Gordon.
While the Angels wait for the Wild Card winner to emerge, their starting rotation will get a chance to get some added rest. Veteran Jered Weaver will start game one of the ALDS, while CJ Wilson will take the mound in game two. The big question is the health of right-hander Matt Shoemaker. The Angels rookie is coming back from a rib cage injury, throwing off the mound for the first time in three weeks on Sunday. Reports are that Shoemaker felt good, likely making him the top candidate to start when the Angels go on the road versus Oakland or Kansas City.
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