The Angels are looking to get going right out of the gate. The Angels April Schedule record last season was 14-12 with 146 runs scored and 99 runs against.
The Los Angeles Angels April Schedule of games.
The Angels April schedule will start off on the road at Safeco Field against the Mariners. Last season they went 7-12 against Seattle with 60 runs scored and 74 runs against. The Mariners ended in 3rd place in the American League West. Mariners Tickets at Safeco Field average $34.00 per ticket.
Mon 4/6 at Mariners 1:10p Mariners Opening Day
Tue 4/7 at Mariners 7:10p
Wed 4/8 at Mariners 7:10p
The Los Angeles Angels April Schedule at Angel Stadium will start off officially with Opening Day Friday April 10th against the Royals. Last season the Angels went 3-3 during the regular season against KC. Scoring 30 runs and allowing 26 runs.[insert_php]
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Following their three game home stints against the Royals the Angels will head to the Texas Globe Life Park in Arlington for three games against the Rangers. Last season the Angels versus Rangers record were 14-5 with the Angels scoring 106 runs and allowing 81. Texas Rangers tickets average $36.00 per ticket for their home games.
Mon 4/13 at Rangers 5:05p
Tue 4/14 at Rangers 5:05p
Wed 4/15 at Rangers 11:05a
The Angels will head to Minute Maid Park in Houston for three games against the Astros. Last season the Angels went 12-7 against the Astros allowing 71 runs and scoring 103. Astros ticket prices average $46.00 per ticket for their home games. Last season the Astros vs Angels average ticket price for Minute Maid Park was $31.00.
Fri 4/17 at Astros 5:10p
Sat 4/18 at Astros 4:10p
Sun 4/19 at Astros 11:10a
The Oakland Athletics will come into Angel Stadium for four games during the Angels April Schedule. Last season the Angels won 10 of their 19 meetings against the A’s with 76 runs scored and 79 runs allowed. Angels vs Athletics tickets average is $30.00 per ticket for Angel Stadium.
Mon 4/20 Athletics 7:05p
Tue 4/21 Athletics 7:05p Angels Beanie
Wed 4/22 Athletics 7:05p
Thu 4/23 Athletics 4:05p
The Angels April Schedule of home games will end with three games against the Rangers at Angel Stadium. Angels versus Rangers ticket prices for Angel Stadium average $23.00 per ticket.
Fri 4/24 Rangers 7:05p Angels MVP Blanket
Sat 4/25 Rangers 6:05p Angels Post Game Fireworks
Sun 4/26 Rangers 12:35p
The Angels will close out the month with a quick trip to the O.co Coliseum to face the Oakland Athletics. Angels vs Athletics tickets for the O.co Coliseum average $35.00 per ticket.
Tue 4/28 at Athletics 7:05p
Wed 4/29 at Athletics 7:05p
Thu 4/30 at Athletics 12:35p
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Here’s a look at five big questions facing the Angels as they head into the 2014 season:
Will the St. Louis Albert Pujols make an appearance? The Angels paid massive money for Pujols before the 2012 season and haven’t got the return they expected. In 2012 Pujols started slow but rebounded to have a good season, but one lacking next to his lofty career standards. Last season Pujols suffered from plantar fasciitis all season and batted just .258 in 99 games with reduced power. The Angels still owe Pujols $189 million over the next seven seasons and need production from their slugger. If the future Hall of Famer can come close to his St. Louis Cardinals form the Angels may have the most formidable lineup in baseball.
Did they upgrade their pitching? The Angels starting rotation and bullpen struggled last season. The starters had a penchant for not getting deep enough into games, while the bullpen struggled due to potential overuse. Los Angeles made a couple of moves to improve their rotation, acquiring Tyler Skaggs and Hector Santiago that has the potential to improve the depth and quality of their starters. Both starters were acquired in the three-team trade that saw the Angels send Mark Trumbo to the White Sox. Skaggs, who the Angels originally drafted in 2009 before trading him for Dan Haren, is one of the better young lefthanders in the game. The twenty-five year-old Santiago put up solid secondary numbers with the White Sox last season. He’s a potential number two starter who averaged nearly a strikeout per inning last season. Skaggs and Santiago, combined with a healthy Jered Weaver and CJ Wilson give the Angels a deeper pool of starting pitching talent.
Is David Freese an upgrade over Alberto Callaspo? The Angels rolled the dice, sending talented outfielder Peter Bourjas to the Cardinals, along with Randal Grichuk, for Freese and Fernando Salas. The former World Series hero hit just .262 with nine home runs last season, a steep drop-off from the previous season. His defensive numbers also suffered from a year before. Like Hamilton a productive Freese could help propel the Angels lineup to new heights. The big question is what version of David Freese the Angels are receiving.A tough division may have gotten tougher: The AL West is suddenly one of the top divisions in all of baseball. The Oakland Athletics, two time defending division champions, should be as competitive as ever while the Texas Rangers look to rebound from a disappointing end to last season. The Rangers upgraded their lineup with the acquisition of Prince Fielder from the Detroit Tigers and Sin Shoo Choo from the Cincinnati Reds. Meanwhile the Seattle Mariners made a big splash in signing Robinson Cano from the New York Yankees and Corey Hart from the Milwaukee Brewers. Both the Mariners and Rangers could very well get in on the Masahiro Tanaka sweepstakes as well. There’s no question that the AL West will be even more improved next season, putting additional pressure on Pujols, Hamilton and the Angels to perform up to expectations.
Look for the Angels to potentially make a couple of additional moves before they report to spring training in late February. Even with the presence of Skaggs and Santiago the club may look to bolster their young rotation with one or two of the quality starters still available, like a Matt Garza or Bronson Arroyo. By: Chris Cabrera
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