Los Angeles
Angels
Stadium Angel Stadium of Anaheim
40-40 Overall | AL WEST 4th
TEAM STATSAVGRHRERA
Angels.2604061154.93
Schedule
Regular season
Thu  6/20
@
Blue Jays
L / 105-7
Fri  6/21
@
Cardinals
L1-5
Sat  6/22
@
Cardinals
L2-4
Sun  6/23
@
Cardinals
W6-4
Tue  6/25
vs
Reds
W5-1
Wed  6/26
vs
Reds
8:07pm
Thu  6/27
vs
Athletics
10:07pm
Fri  6/28
vs
Athletics
10:07pm
Sat  6/29
vs
Athletics
10:07pm
Sun  6/30
vs
Athletics
4:07pm
Team Outlook and Scouting Report

LONG TERM OUTLOOK: TRENDING UP

Before the season, the Angels were projected for 82.4 points (average per simulation) and things are looking positive. On 3/24 they had an 84% chance before dropping to 71.2% on 5/24. Their current chances are at 78.8%. They are not projected to finish in the Top 8 (#9 in the conference) and only have a 1% chance of making the playoffs. The odds still give them a sliver of hope to win the AL at 2% (50/1 odds) and a 1% chance of winning it all (100/1).

Strength of Schedule Getting Much Tougher

  • Remaining Opponents' Win Percentage Rest of Season: 54% #1 Toughest
  • Season-to-Date Opponents' Win Percentage: 48% #9 Easiest

Angels' Season Forecast Changes

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SEASON-TO-DATE GRADE: B-

At 40-40 the Angels are behind their money line projected win total of 40.3 wins. If you consider winning as a clear-cut underdog or winning by 2+ as a slight favorite, or by 5+ as a favorite then they have 26 good wins vs 25 bad losses. They have won 48% of their road games and were expected to win 49%. At home they have a 53% win percentage vs an expected win rate of 52%. Their record over the last 3 weeks and win% (11-9, 55%) is better than their expected 50% win percentage. In simulations, the Angels are a below average team and won 49% of the simulations played vs every other team as if they were playing on a neutral court with players available in the playoffs (#18 in the league). They have moved up from #23 in the league back on 5/24.

Their average run differential is +0.09 which ranks #9 in the AL, which is the same as how they rank in win percentage. They are the #8 ranked team in run differential (based on all teams' road stats) and the #9 ranked team among home teams. Their average run differential in their past 12 games is +0.67 which ranks them #7 over this stretch, slightly better than overall.

TEAM STATS PER GAME (League Rank):

ALLOWED TO OPPOSING TEAMS (Lower # is Better):

NEXT 10 GAME OUTLOOK: CLOUDY

The Angels next 10 game forecast looks pretty dreary. They have 3 games where they are favored by >60% of the simulations, 3 more 'toss up' games, and 4 games where they are a clear underdog.

Win%, Opp, and Distance to Road Game

JUN 26
CLOSE GAME
53% CIN
--
JUN 27
CLOSE GAME
56% OAK
--
JUN 28
CLOSE GAME
51% OAK
--
JUN 29
LIKELY LOSS
35% OAK
--
JUN 30
CLOSE GAME
44% OAK
--
JUL 1
LIKELY LOSS
32% @TEX
1203 miles
JUL 2
CLOSE GAME
48% @TEX
-- miles
JUL 3
CLOSE GAME
59% @TEX
-- miles
JUL 4
CLOSE GAME
51% @TEX
-- miles
JUL 5
LIKELY LOSS
29% @HOU
231 miles

The most likely scenario over the next 10 games is a record of 4-6 (25% chance). Their chances of winning 6 or more are 26.9%. At #9 in the league, they are behind the Athletics by 2.5 points. With a -0.96 disadvantage in projected wins over their next 10 games they may find themselves further behind in the league. They are ahead of the White Sox by 2.5 points. In the short-term, we do predict much of a change in the gap between them and the White Sox. There is only a -0.22 advantage in projected wins over their next 10 games.

Our Fatigue Index ranks teams based on travel miles, time zones crossed, days off since their last game and based on these metrics the Angels are the 4th most fatigued team heading into the next game. Over the next few weeks, the Angels are playing 12 games, traveling 17730 miles crossing 28 time zones. They rank #2 on the Fatigue Index during this time period.

The Los Angeles Angels' next game is on June 26. Visit Sportsline.com to get picks, free trends and player projections for this game.

FANTASY PROFILE

Based on rest of season projections, these are the 6 most valuable fantasy players based on their projected position rank (SP, RP, C, 1B/DH, 2B, 3B, SS, OF). Overvalued players are rated higher by the market based on ownership% and vice versa.

Roster
NoPlayerPosHeightWeightBirthdateEXPCOLLEGE
38 Anderson, Justin RP6-320509/28/19922No College
39 Bard, Luke RP6-320011/13/19902Georgia Tech
51 Barria, Jaime P6-121007/18/19962No College
32 Bedrosian, Cam RP6-023010/02/19916No College
41 Bour, Justin 1B6-427005/28/19886No College
31 Buttrey, Ty RP6-624503/31/19932No College
56 Calhoun, Kole RF5-1020010/14/19878Arizona State
47 Canning, Griffin SP6-218005/11/19961UCLA
6 Fletcher, David 3B5-1017505/31/19942No College
40 Garcia, Luis RP6-323501/30/19877No College
13 Garneau, Dustin C6-220508/13/19875No College
18 Goodwin, Brian LF6-020011/02/19904No College
28 Heaney, Andrew SP6-218506/05/19916Oklahoma State
65 Jewell, Jake RP6-320005/16/19932No College
9 La Stella, Tommy 2B5-1117001/31/19896No College
20 Lucroy, Jonathan C6-020006/13/198610Louisiana
17 Ohtani, Shohei DH6-420007/05/19942No College
64 Pena, Felix RP6-218502/25/19904No College
5 Pujols, Albert 1B6-324001/16/198019No College
24 Ramirez, Noe RP6-319512/22/19895No College
4 Rengifo, Luis 2B5-1016502/26/19971No College
57 Robles, Hansel RP5-1118508/13/19905No College
45 Skaggs, Tyler SP6-422507/13/19917No College
19 Tovar, Wilfredo SS5-718008/11/19913No College
27 Trout, Mike CF6-223508/07/19919No College
8 Upton, Justin LF6-220508/25/198713No College