Page’s Weekly Predictions: LA Angels Opening Week
The day has finally arrived Halo Nation: Opening Day. Not much is expected from the LA Angels this season from outside analysts, but they have the tools in place to make a run at the postseason. When you’re there anything can happen.
I have been writing about the LA Angels for Halo Hangout for nearly 10 months now, and I am thrilled to be starting this weekly article. In it I will discuss the previous week and the best Angel performances, along with the upcoming schedule and players to watch.
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The Angels had the second best Spring Training record in the American League this season. Obviously, this does not mean they’re destined for the playoffs. However, it is a great sign considering the questions regarding the depth of the team to go along with the general agreement that the Angels’ farm system is one of the worst in baseball. The Angels were able to fill in the spots they were questionable about, most notably the bullpen and starting rotation.
I guess it would be fitting for me to start this series off with a prediction for the season.
Season prediction: The Angels will go 85-77 and play in the Wild Card game.