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 why the Angels will make the playoffs in 2014:
Trout and Calhoun: During his first two major league seasons Mike Trout has produced numbers that rival Hall of Famers such as Willie Mays. The twenty-two year-old sensation is the best overall player in the game at an age that many top level talents are still playing double AA ball. He’s a once in a generation talent who’ll now occupy centerfield after the Peter Bourjos trade. Joining Trout in the outfield is the talented Kole Calhoun. With Bourjos in St. Louis the 26-year-old Calhoun will have an everyday role and look for the lefthander to put together a solid season. He put together solid numbers in 222 plate appearances last season, a performance that should continue since the young outfielder has produced at every level he’s played at.
A Healthy Pujols: Albert Pujols tried to gut it out and play with severe pain from Plantar Fasciitis last season, but the severe pain greatly limited the former five-time MVP and eventually ended his season. His inability to run and play the field greatly impacted his performance and impact on the team. After season ending surgery Pujols looks healthy this spring and should have a big season. If Pujols can rebound with a big season the Angels offense will be extremely dangerous.
Offseason Trades: The Angels used two big assets, Peter Bourjos and Mark Trumbo, to acquire help and fill a couple of glaring needs, third base and the pitching staff. The Angels acquired third baseman David Freese and pitchers Tyler Skaggs, Hector Santiago and Fernando Salas in the Bourjos/Trumbo deals. While Freese, a former World Series MVP struggled last season, he’s a big improvement over what the Angels trotted out at third last season. Skaggs and Santiago are talented young starters that will give the Angels two very good arms behind Jered Weaver and CJ Wilson. In 23 starts for the White Sox last season Santiago had an excellent 3.56 ERA and 137 strikeouts in 149 innings pitched. The 6’5” Skaggs, a native of Santa Monica, is one of the top young lefthanders in the game. Although they are young both players give the Angels and upgrade n the starting pitching department. Salas is a dependable reliever who saved 24 games for the Cardinals in 2011. He’ll join another former Cardinals reliever, Joe Smith, in a revamped bullpen.
Even with the offseason moves the Angels still enter the season with a few question marks. Behind the top five starters there is very little rotation depth, so an injury to a starting pitcher or some tough outings from Skaggs and Santiago could force the Angels to rely on a player like Joe Blanton in the lineup. Offensively the big question mark will continue to be what type of production the Angels can get from Josh Hamilton. The former Ranger had a brutal first half and a somewhat better second half last season, but still well below his career standards. If Hamilton continues to struggle the Angels may miss the big bat of Mark Trumbo in the lineup. Additionally although the acquisitions of Smith and Salas will help the bullpen the Angels relief crew hasn’t been the same since Bud Black left to manage the Padres several seasons ago. They have the depth and several good arms in the pen. If they can find consistency and closer Ernesto Frieri can avoid his bouts of wildness the Angels bullpen should be in good shape.
PECOTA, the advanced statistical system invented by Nate Silver for Baseball Prospectus projects the Angels to be a playoff team in 2014. PECOTA projects a wild card finish for the Angels based on having the second ranked offense in the American League for 2014, based on improved seasons from David Freese, Albert Pujols and Josh Hamilton.
The Angels Start off the 2014 Season on March 31 against the Seattle Mariners. Opening Day Angels Tickets run from $55 to $355 per seat. Of course the biggest series for the Angels this season is going to the the Yankees who will be on the Derek Jeter fair well tour. The first meet up is May 5th – 7th at Angels Stadium. Angels Vs Yankees Tickets from from $95 to $300 per ticket for right behind the dugout seats. By: Chris Cabrera
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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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This Dodgers’ first division title since the Manny Ramirez-led 2009 edition, and if the season ended today the lead of 10 1/2 games would be the largest margin since they won by 13 ½ games in 1955. Dodgers Playoff Tickets are on sale now and if the playoffs opened now, the Dodgers (88-65) would face St. Louis (89-64) in the first round, with the Cardinals having the home-field advantage. The Braves (90-62) own the NL’s best record. A look forward to the possibilities of who the Dodgers top five American League Opponents might be in the World Series.
5. Oakland Athletics: The A’s have used their traditional formula to once again make a strong postseason run, good pitching, and timely hitting. The A’s roster is devoid of superstars but comprised of a young and talented pitching staff and fundamentally sound position players. Due to their penchant for getting on base the A’s are 7th in all of Major League Baseball in runs scored, even though their batting average is in the lower third of baseball. The A’s pitching staff is in the top ten across the board in all key statistical areas, including runs allowed, earned run average and opponents batting average.
4. Baltimore Orioles: The Baltimore Orioles are likely out of the race in the AL East, but are in a five-way battle for the two wild-card positions in the American League. The Orioles have an up and down pitching staff, but one of the top lineups in the American League with sluggers Chris Davis, Adam Jones, and Manny Machado. Davis, the Orioles slugging first baseman, has 48 home runs and 128 RBI’s on the season, with a .300 average. His all field power in the middle of the lineup is formidable and can change the game in an instant. Davis is joined by Adam Jones, another elite hitter with home run power. Jones is a top defensive center-fielder and offensively has hit 30 home runs and driven in 100 runs. The third part of the Orioles big three, Machado, is one of the top young hitters in baseball with a league leading 47 doubles on the season.
3. Texas Rangers: The Texas Rangers have made multiple deep postseason runs of late and are a battle-tested group with solid starting pitching and professional hitters. The Rangers starting rotation is anchored by Japanese import Yu Darvish, who has as dominant stuff as any pitcher in baseball. Darvish leads the American League with 240 strikeouts to go along with a 2.91 ERA. The Rangers have a solid bullpen, led by veteran closer Joe Nathan. Offensively former Dodgers Adrian Beltre leads the Rangers in nearly every offensive category.
2. Boston Red Sox: The Dodgers had a hard fought series with the Red Sox last month at home, losing two of three to the AL East leaders. After a tough year, last season the Red Sox have roared back to take command in the AL East. The Red Sox have the second best run differential in all of the baseball and are first in all of Major League Baseball in runs scored. Veteran stars David Ortiz, Dustin Pedroia and Jacoby Ellsbury help pace the offense. See which Boston Red Sox Bobbleheads will be given away this season.
1. Detroit Tigers: The Detroit Tigers have the best hitter in baseball in Miguel Cabrera, and one of the top starting pitching units in the game. The Tigers have the top run differential in all of the baseball. Cabrera, the defending AL MVP, and Triple Crown Winner leads the American League in batting average (.356) and runs batted in (133). Along with Prince Fielder, Cabrera forms perhaps the most feared middle of the order combination in the game. The Tigers pitching staff is led by Max Scherzer, the leading American League Cy Young candidate. Scherzer is 19-2 on the season. Last year’s Cy Young winner Justin Verlander has had a down season by his standards but is the dominant pitcher in the game when in top form. Anibal Sanchez, with 12 wins and a 2.68 ERA gives the Tigers a 1-2-3 starting pitching combination that rivals the Dodgers rotation.
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Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim Pitcher CJ Wilson
Christopher John “CJ” Wilson was born on November 18, 1980 in Newport Beach, CA. He is a professional baseball pitcher for the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim. Attended high school in Fountain Valley in Fountain Valley, CA and attended his college at Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles, CA. After graduating high school, Wilson went undrafted. Instead, he was offered walk-on roles at Division I universities. In the end, he chose to attend Santa Ana Junior College. “Realistically, I was physically behind and couldn’t compete at the D1 level yet. Don Sneddon and his coaching staff at Santa Ana really gave me the chance to work my way into maturity by emphasizing self-discipline. I wanted to be a Major Leaguer and knew I could do it with the right amount of work and focus. ”
After two very productive seasons at Santa Ana JC, the young pitcher got a scholarship offer from Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles. He took the offer and transferred to Fountain Valley believing it would positively impact his chances for the June Draft. His standout performance that year earned him MVP honors in the Orange Empire Conference and California Junior College Co-Player of the Year, thought he still went undrafted.
The sinistral pitcher decided to apply himself in his academics, juggling daily practice while actively making an effort in his passion, film. He took a hefty course load in his major, screenwriting, and attended classes with well known actors, writers, and directors.
He was finally drafted in the 5th round of the 2001 MLB Draft by the Texas Rangers. He was scouted by Tim Fortugno, who also resided in Huntington Beach. “Tim believed in me and took a chance on me. It was the happiest day of my life. ”
The next few years, Wilson started off by flying through the Minor Leagues, starting the 2001 season in Pulaski of the Appalachian League, afterwards being promoted to Single-A with the Savannah Sand Gnats. He moved through High-A Charlotte (Florida State League) and into Double-A Tulsa (Texas League) by late 2002. His exceptional start was not without faults, however, as he encountered several major obstacles, namely:
2001 – Promoted from rookie ball to low-A ball mid season, then suffered stress fracture in leg.
2002 – From High A ball All-Star to complete game playoff win in AA.
2003 – AA ace to open the season, Tommy John Surgery in August.
2004 – Missed entire season, setbacks from surgery including nerve damage.
Wilson’s real breakthrough season came in 2007 when he became the closer for The Texas Rangers, which “was an absolute dream come true.” He was 11 for 12 in saves in just his second full season in the Majors.
2010 saw Wilson named to the starting rotation. Starting in the majors for the first time since his rookie year, Wilson would prove to be one of the best pitchers in the league and would start the second post-season game for the Rangers. In two seasons as a starter, Wilson compiled a 31-15 record with six complete games, one shutout and a 3.14 ERA (427.1 IP – 149 ER) in 67 starts. His 31 wins are tied for seventh most in the Majors over the last two seasons. For his career, Wilson is 43-35, with six complete games, one shutout, 52 saves and a 3.60 ERA in 325 games (73 starts).
By 2011, Wilson’s talents had helped guide Texas to a second consecutive World Series berth. The lefty made a career-high 34 starts (T1st in MLB) registering a 16-7 record with three complete games, one shutout and a 2.94 ERA (223.1 IP – 73 ER) while walking 74 batters and striking out 206. He finished among A.L. leaders in wins (T4th), strikeouts (6th), ERA (7th) and opponents’ batting average (10th, .232). Wilson’s 2.31 road ERA (121 IP – 31 ER) was the lowest mark in the A.L.
Wilson joined the Angels on the same day Los Angeles agreed to a 10-year, $254 million deal with first baseman Albert Pujols. “It’s crazy, obviously, with Albert going over there,” Wilson told reporters. “It’s a big swing of the balance of power in the West. I thought I was going to make a little bit of difference and he’s obviously going to make a huge one. I mean, nobody saw that coming.”
Currently, Wilson is part of a dynamic pitching foursome that also includes Jered Weaver (the ace), Dan Haren (possibly baseball’s most consistent arm the last seven years) and Ervin Santana (among the most electric in the game).
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