Major League baseball (MLB) is making its way towards its end. The 2016 season of MLB started on April 3rd and it will end on October 2nd, 2016. It is less than a month left in MLB’s end and all the teams are fighting and giving their all to end the season on a higher note. There have been some injuries surfacing but MLB is waiting for no one. Let’s see how this season of MLB has gone for Los Angeles Angels and what their current situation is. The information about the Angels can be helpful if you are looking for some knowledge prior to wagering on sites like http://777extraslot.com/online-slot-machines/.
Angels fall to Rangers
Angels compete in the West division as a member club of the American League. Their current winning percentage is .443 and are at number 4 in the West Division’s points table. Angels lost their recent match against Texas Rangers on 11th September. Yu Darvish of TR played impressively and restricted the Angeles to one run on three hits and a walk over 6 2/3 innings. This impressive play led the Rangers to a 2-1 victory over Angeles.
A’s trip up the Angels as well
Before the match with Rangers, Angels came against Athletics in the stadium. This too ended with a defeat in their fate. The main cause of this defeat has been found to be the Oakland Athletics’ new pitcher Jharel Cotton, who made his debut against the Angels. His right handed pitching was dominating the Angels in every sort. His impressive play led the Athletics to victory.
Luckily, Angels won the match before the Athletics match against Mariners. Angeles won by 4-2. This match marked the 10th loss of Mariners in their last 12 games. Not a good season for Mariners after all.
Mike Trout has a scare
In other news, Mike trout faced a major auto accident before this match against Mariners. Luckily, Trout wasn’t hurt at all but the intensity of accident suggested that it was a major one. Other people were injured seriously where one was barely saved from death. Trout was fine when he left the scene and even travelled to Seattle for their match against Mariners.
The Los Angeles Angels’ pitcher Jered Weaver’s five year contract is about to expire after this season but he surely not seems in any mood of retirement. The 33 year old pitcher has given no notion about his retirement and is willing to play more baseball after this season.