The Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim Report

by Bill Chuck on September 28, 2013

In their 5-3 loss to Texas last night, the Angels suffered their 82nd loss of the season ensuring Mike Scioscia‘s Halos of only their second losing record in the past 10 years.

Rk Year Tm Lg W L W-L% Finish Playoffs
1 2013 LA Angels of Anaheim AL West 78 82 .488 3rd of 5
2 2012 LA Angels of Anaheim AL West 89 73 .549 3rd of 4
3 2011 LA Angels of Anaheim AL West 86 76 .531 2nd of 4
4 2010 LA Angels of Anaheim AL West 80 82 .494 3rd of 4
5 2009 LA Angels of Anaheim AL West 97 65 .599 1st of 4 Lost ALCS (4-2)
6 2008 LA Angels of Anaheim AL West 100 62 .617 1st of 4 Lost LDS (3-1)
7 2007 LA Angels of Anaheim AL West 94 68 .580 1st of 4 Lost LDS (3-0)
8 2006 LA Angels of Anaheim AL West 89 73 .549 2nd of 4
9 2005 LA Angels of Anaheim AL West 95 67 .586 1st of 4 Lost ALCS (4-1)
10 2004 Anaheim Angels AL West 92 70 .568 1st of 4 Lost LDS (3-0)
Provided by Baseball-Reference.com: View Original Table
Generated 9/28/2013.

Many names, many losses

Rk Year Tm Lg W L ▾ Ties W-L% Finish Managers
1 1980 California Angels AL West 65 95 0 .406 6th of 7 Jim Fregosi (65-95)
2 1968 California Angels AL 67 95 0 .414 8th of 10 Bill Rigney (67-95)
3 1974 California Angels AL West 68 94 1 .420 6th of 6 Bobby Winkles (30-44),
Whitey Herzog (2-2) and
Dick Williams (36-48)
4 1999 Anaheim Angels AL West 70 92 0 .432 4th of 4 Terry Collins (51-82) and
Joe Maddon (19-10)
5 1983 California Angels AL West 70 92 0 .432 5th of 7 John McNamara (70-92)
6 1996 California Angels AL West 70 91 0 .435 4th of 4 Marcel Lachemann (52-59),
John McNamara (10-18) and
Joe Maddon (8-14)
7 1993 California Angels AL West 71 91 0 .438 5th of 7 Buck Rodgers (71-91)
8 1969 California Angels AL West 71 91 1 .438 3rd of 6 Bill Rigney (11-28) and
Lefty Phillips (60-63)
9 1963 LA Angels AL 70 91 0 .435 9th of 10 Bill Rigney (70-91)
10 1961 LA Angels AL 70 91 1 .435 8th of 10 Bill Rigney (70-91)
11 1992 California Angels AL West 72 90 0 .444 5th of 7 Buck Rodgers (33-40) and
John Wathan (39-50)
12 1975 California Angels AL West 72 89 0 .447 6th of 6 Dick Williams (72-89)
13 1977 California Angels AL West 74 88 0 .457 5th of 7 Norm Sherry (39-42) and
Dave Garcia (35-46)
14 2001 Anaheim Angels AL West 75 87 0 .463 3rd of 4 Mike Scioscia (75-87)
15 1988 California Angels AL West 75 87 0 .463 4th of 7 Cookie Rojas (75-79) and
Moose Stubing (0-8)
16 1987 California Angels AL West 75 87 0 .463 6th of 7 Gene Mauch (75-87)
17 1965 California Angels AL 75 87 0 .463 7th of 10 Bill Rigney (75-87)
18 1976 California Angels AL West 76 86 0 .469 4th of 6 Dick Williams (39-57) and
Norm Sherry (37-29)
19 1971 California Angels AL West 76 86 0 .469 4th of 6 Lefty Phillips (76-86)
20 2003 Anaheim Angels AL West 77 85 0 .475 3rd of 4 Mike Scioscia (77-85)
21 1973 California Angels AL West 79 83 0 .488 4th of 6 Bobby Winkles (79-83)
22 2013 LA of Anaheim AL West 78 82 0 .488 3rd of 5 Mike Scioscia (78-82)
23 2010 LA of Anaheim AL West 80 82 0 .494 3rd of 4 Mike Scioscia (80-82)
24 1990 California Angels AL West 80 82 0 .494 4th of 7 Doug Rader (80-82)
25 1966 California Angels AL 80 82 0 .494 6th of 10 Bill Rigney (80-82)
Provided by Baseball-Reference.com: View Original Table
Generated 9/28/2013.

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