No. 2 discouraging sign for the LA Angels from the Seattle Mariners series: Inconsistencies on offense
The LA Angels just can’t seem to stay consistent offensively this season. That certainly didn’t get put to a stop in this series.
In Game 1, they scored five runs. That’s solid, but it would be nice if an American League team can put a bit more on the board in Game 2.
They responded, and put up 14 runs in the second game. Just when it looked like we were really starting to click on offense, it all came right back down to earth in Game 3. We scored one run.
Again, nobody hit behind Ohtani, and only Brandon Marsh and Kurt Suzuki were able to get a hit (other than Ohtani) in that game.
We had a total of three hits, after having 23 total in the past two games.
This team is inconsistent. The offense proves often that it has talent and has the firepower to win some games, but then go out and contribute to losses whenever things seem to be looking up.
It’s a major reason as to why we have clinched an under-.500 record this season.