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In 2024, the Angels will play their first game on the road at Oriole Park. The three-game series will be followed up with another series on the road against the Miami Marlins. On April 5, the Boston Red Sox will come to Angel Stadium of Anaheim for a three-game series.
Angels Players Set to Return in 2024
In 2023, the Angels completed the regular season with a 73-89 record. The team had the second-worst record in the AL West and the fifth-lowest number of wins in the American League. The team had the same win/loss record as they did in 2022, and 2021 was much the same. Fans are now looking for big changes for 2024. Phil Nevin was let go as GM, and that's the first big move for a better outcome at the end of next season. Buck Showalter as GM is one option that the team may explore, along with Darin Erstad.
The Angels have seven players with guaranteed contracts. Mike Trout and the Angels are looking at a 248-million-dollar contract that runs through 3030. Anthony Rendon has a 114 million-dollar deal that goes through 2026. Tyler Anderson and David Fletcher are both guaranteed money through 2025, and Brandon Drury has an 8.5 million dollar deal that is good through 2024. Max Stassi and Carlos Estevez are the final two players who are guaranteed money through next season.
Shohei Ohtani had 151 hits and 44 home runs in 2023. He had 20 stolen bases and 95 RBIs. Second baseman Brandon Drury had 127 hits and hit 26 home runs. His batting average of .262 helped drive in 83 runs. Hunter Renfro had 111 hits, including 31 doubles. As for pitching, Ohtani finished the season with 10 wins and a final ERA of 3.14, the best record of the team's five starting pitchers.
Los Angeles Angels 2022 Recap
The Angels completed the 2022 season with a final record of 73-89. That left them in third place in the American League West division. They finished the season strong, with seven wins in their last ten games. They found themselves 33 games behind the division-leading Houston Astros.
The Angels were mired in player injuries in 2022. Mike Trout, Anthony Rendon, Jared Walsh, David Fletcher, and Taylor Ward all missed games due to injury. Trout played in 119 games in 2022. In 2021, he suffered from calf problems. Anthony Rendon went on the 10-day injured list on June 17. He was moved to the 60-day injured list one day later. Taylor Ward was on and off the injured list throughout the season.
Coming into the 2023 season, the Angels have made big moves to improve their depth. They signed closer Carlos Estevez, Brandon Drury, Tyler Anderson, and Gio Urshela. Hunter Renfroe was acquired via trade.
Angels 2021 Season Review
The Angels will spend the 2021 off-season looking to improve their pitching roster. Will 2022 be the year that the team finishes with a winning season? That all depends on pitching. Perry Minasian has managed to keep Mike Trout, Anthony Rendon, and Shohei Ohtani happy, but those power players need more solid pitching to back them up. Angles fans also know that the availability of free-agent, top-tier pitchers is small. Zack Greinke, Robbie Ray, Marcus Stroman, Max Scherzer, and just a few others are hitting the open market. They will be enticed by big-money contracts across the league. Perry Minasian will need to put up some big dollars to acquire at least one of those big names.
Mind you, the Angels have to lock in Raisel Iglesias and see if Alex Cobb will produce great numbers without more injuries that kept him down for a large part of the 2021 season. Cobb is open to staying. Iglesias may chase the big-money contract. At shortstop, the Angels were a bust. Look to Carlos Correa or Corey Seager to fill that position. Couple these possible improvements with the two more years that the Angels have with Shohei Ohtani under contract, and the team could be on the winning side in 2022.