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Angels Power Rankings: Halos now tied for dead last in World Series odds

Justin Upton, Joe Maddon, Shohei Ohtani, LA Angels. Mandatory Credit: Evan Habeeb-USA TODAY Sports
Justin Upton, Joe Maddon, Shohei Ohtani, LA Angels. Mandatory Credit: Evan Habeeb-USA TODAY Sports
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The LA Angels just had an absolutely humiliating showing against the Baltimore Orioles, who have the worst record in baseball.

The Halos’ bullpen gave up 19 earned runs in 16.1 innings pitched. It was an embarrassing effort, as the Orioles were on a historically bad 18-game losing streak entering the series.

Anaheim is now at 63-66 on the year, and just probably put their season to bed after that type of performance in the last series. WynnBET certainly believes so, as they now have the Angels tied for the worst odds in baseball to win the World Series.

The LA Angels are now tied with 12 other teams for dead last in World Series odds at +10000.

That +10000 for the LA Angels is a long ways away from the Dodgers, who are in first for those odds at +250.

Will Laws of Sports Illustrated had the Angels at No. 19 in his power rankings on Monday. I’m curious as to where he’d have them after these embarrassing defeats to the O’s.

On the WynnBET odds list, there are many teams tied with the Angels who are not as good as them. The Diamondbacks, Cubs, and Rangers are just a few teams who have the same odds as the Angels, but who are easily worse. That being said, the Angels aren’t going to, and don’t deserve to get any respect after dropping these two games to Baltimore.

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The team is 13 games back from the AL West Division lead, and 10 back from the second AL Wild Card spot. Folks, it looks like it’s over. Even if Mike Trout makes a return.

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