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Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim schedule 2019

Los Angeles Anaheim has 114 games on the 2019 schedule, with tickets available for all games. The last game on the schedule is 9/29/19 at Angel Stadium of Anaheim in Anaheim.

Tomorrow's Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim game

The next game is Minnesota Twins at Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim 5/22/19. The game will be at Angel Stadium of Anaheim, Anaheim at 6:07 PM local time. There are 268 tickets available for this game.

Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim Playoff Tickets Information

The Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim have developed an impressive history over the years between their top talent and the results on the field. The Angels organization dates back to 1961 and they advanced to their first ALCS in 1979 behind the MVP season from Don Baylor. The Angels won their first division title that season and fell short of reaching the World Series by falling to the Baltimore Orioles. The Angels reached the ALCS two more times in the 1980s and became a consistent presence in October baseball beginning in the 2002 season. Los Angeles advanced to their first World Series that season behind manager Mike Scioscia and defeated the San Francisco Giants for the organization’s first championship. The franchise has appeared in six more playoffs since their World Series title which includes two trips to the ALCS.

Last updated: Oct 19 2018