Fixtures

MLB 09/26 01:07 - SEA Mariners v LA Angels - View
MLB 09/26 20:07 - SEA Mariners v LA Angels - View
MLB 09/29 00:05 - TEX Rangers v LA Angels - View
MLB 09/30 00:05 - TEX Rangers v LA Angels - View
MLB 09/30 18:05 - TEX Rangers v LA Angels - View
MLB 10/02 02:10 - SEA Mariners v LA Angels - View

Results

MLB 09/25 01:38 - [10] SEA Mariners v LA Angels [20] L 6-5
MLB 09/24 01:38 - [4] HOU Astros v LA Angels [20] W 2-3
MLB 09/23 01:38 - [5] HOU Astros v LA Angels [20] L 9-5
MLB 09/22 01:38 - [5] HOU Astros v LA Angels [20] L 10-5
MLB 09/21 01:38 - [5] HOU Astros v LA Angels [19] L 10-0
MLB 09/19 20:07 - [10] OAK Athletics v LA Angels [18] L 3-2
MLB 09/19 01:07 - [10] OAK Athletics v LA Angels [18] L 3-1
MLB 09/18 01:38 - [10] OAK Athletics v LA Angels [17] L 5-4
MLB 09/16 18:10 - [18] LA Angels v CHI White Sox [6] W 9-3
MLB 09/16 00:10 - [19] LA Angels v CHI White Sox [6] W 3-2
MLB 09/15 00:10 - [19] LA Angels v CHI White Sox [6] L 3-9
MLB 09/12 18:10 - [18] LA Angels v HOU Astros [5] L 1-3

Wikipedia - Los Angeles Angels

The Los Angeles Angels are an American professional baseball team based in the Los Angeles metropolitan area. The Angels compete in Major League Baseball (MLB) as a member club of the American League (AL) West division. Since 1966, the team has played its home games at Angel Stadium in Anaheim.

The franchise was founded in 1961 by Gene Autry as one of the MLB's first two expansion teams. Named after an earlier Angels franchise that played in the Minor League Pacific Coast League (PCL), the team originally held its home games in Los Angeles until moving to Anaheim. Due to the move, the franchise was known as the California Angels from 1965 to 1996 and the Anaheim Angels from 1997 to 2004. "Los Angeles" was added to the name in 2005, but because of a lease agreement with Anaheim that required the city to also be in the name, the franchise was known as the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim until 2015. The current Los Angeles Angels name came into use the following season.

The Angels won the World Series in 2002, their first and only championship appearance. They are one of three MLB franchises to win their sole appearance in the World Series.