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The Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim Report

by Bill Chuck on September 22, 2013

The Angels beat Seattle, 6-5, last night and despite another meaningless win (they’ve won 21-of-28), the Angels were mathematically eliminated from the postseason.

Nine to Know

The Angels (their one constant name) postseason years

Rk Year Tm W L W-L% Finish Playoffs ▾ Managers
1 2002 Anaheim Angels 99 63 .611 2nd of 4 Won WS (4-3) Mike Scioscia (99-63)
2 2009 LA Angels of Anaheim 97 65 .599 1st of 4 Lost ALCS (4-2) Mike Scioscia (97-65)
3 2005 LA Angels of Anaheim 95 67 .586 1st of 4 Lost ALCS (4-1) Mike Scioscia (95-67)
4 1986 California Angels 92 70 .568 1st of 7 Lost ALCS (4-3) Gene Mauch (92-70)
5 1982 California Angels 93 69 .574 1st of 7 Lost ALCS (3-2) Gene Mauch (93-69)
6 1979 California Angels 88 74 .543 1st of 7 Lost ALCS (3-1) Jim Fregosi (88-74)
7 2008 LA Angels of Anaheim 100 62 .617 1st of 4 Lost LDS (3-1) Mike Scioscia (100-62)
8 2007 LA Angels of Anaheim 94 68 .580 1st of 4 Lost LDS (3-0) Mike Scioscia (94-68)
Provided by Baseball-Reference.com: View Original Table
Generated 9/22/2013.

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