The chance to see a once in a generation player like Mike Trout means you should be buying single game tickets to see the Angels of Anaheim now! The two-time AL Most Valuable Player is ready to lead Los Angeles into the thick of the division race against champion Texas and fellow contender Houston in an exciting year in Anaheim.
In addition to multiple visits from division rivals, the Angels host the reigning AL champion Indians in late September. Fellow division champions Boston and Washington come to town in during a July homestand, and the Angels will challenge the Dodgers for Freeway Series bragging rights in June. Check out the full season schedule below and fly with the Angels at Angel Stadium today!
Trout is the linchpin offensively and will get his 1,000th hit before the All-Star break barring injury. Albert Pujols is nine homers shy of becoming the ninth player to reach 600 and has an outside chance at 3,000 hits this season, while first baseman C.J. Cron may be ready for a breakthrough campaign in his third year with the club.
Pitching is a big question mark for the Angels this year as Garrett Richards is returning from elbow surgery that cost him most of 2016. Matt Shoemaker needs to be more consistent, and the hope is hard-throwing Tyler Skaggs continues his upward trajectory. Closer Huston Street and set-up man Cam Bedrosian are a formidable bullpen tandem for Los Angeles.