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Los Angeles Angels 2024 World Series Odds

Los Angeles Angels MLB Betting

It was the end of an era, not to mention the death of false hope, for the Los Angeles Angels this past offseason. The departure of co-marquee man Shohei Ohtani to the crosstown Dodgers has Angels fans, what few remain, in despair. Owner Arte Moreno purchased the Halos in 2003, following the Angels’ only World Series championship. Moreno oversaw a franchisee that made the playoffs in five of his first seven seasons of ownership. But since 2010, Los Angeles has only one playoff appearance (2014). Now, at age 77, Moreno flirts on and off with a sale of his team.

2024 MLB World Series Betting Odds

Los Angeles Angels MLB Betting Odds

In 2023, the Los Angeles Angels had a record of 73-89 and finished 4th in the American League West Division. Offensively, LA ranked 16th for runs scored, 18th for batting average, 12th for OPS, 5th for home runs, and 29th for stolen bases. Defensively, LA ranked 23rd for earned run average, 26th for WHIP, 27th for strikeouts, 22nd for quality starts, 23rd for fewest errors, and 25th for bullpen ERA. Los Angeles was -1263 on the moneyline and -1565 on the run line.

Last season, The Angeles offered nothing to gamblers except a team to oppose for reliable profits. The betting community sees nothing to inspire confidence for 2024, and things could actually get worse before they get better.

Key offseason acquisitions include RHP Robert Stephenson, LHP Matt Moore, and OF Aaron Hicks.

Key offseason departures include RHP/DH Shohei Ohtani, INF David Fletcher, and C Max Stassi.

The real offseason need for the Angels was to wave a white flag at Angel Stadium and be done with it. At least fans would have appreciated the honesty. Available tickets will be plentiful for the Angeles in 2024 in what already looks like a lost season.

Not many gamblers believe the Angels will shock the world and do just fine in a post-Ohtani world. Then again, Los Angeles did not win with him, so perhaps a clean break is for the best and future development.

Still, that is unlikely, and the Angels appear to be building a bullpen with a chance to thrive. This trait helps them prevent runs in the near term, and it might make them one of the trade deadline’s most popular teams.

Los Angeles ranks 12th for MLB payroll.

Los Angeles Angels Key Players

LHP Tyler Anderson is the number-one starter for the Angels. Anderson was a 2022 NL All-Star, ironically for the Los Angeles Dodgers. Last year, Anderson was 6-6 with a 5.43 ERA and 1.49 WHIP. It was a colossal disappointment and the worst season of Anderson’s career. In 2022, Anderson was 15-5 with a 2.57 ERA and 1.00 WHIP for the Dodgers.

RHP Carlos Estevez is the Angels closer. He was a 2023 AL All-Star. Last year, Estevez was 5-5 with a 3.90 ERA and 31 saves in 35 opportunities.

Mike Trout returns to his pre-Ohtani role as the Angeles marquee man. Trout is an 11-time AL All-Star and three-time AL MVP. He owns nine AL Silver Slugger awards. In 2023, Trout produced 54 runs, 14 doubles, 18 home runs, and 44 RBI with a .263 average and .857 OPS in only 82 games.

Los Angeles Angels Manager

Ron Washington managed the Texas Rangers from 2007 through 2014, with three playoff seasons and two AL pennants. His record was 664-611.

Season-by-Season Record (Since 2015)

2023 73 89 4th -
2022 73 89 3rd -
2021 77 85 4th -
2020 26 34 3rd -
2019 72 90 4th -
2018 80 82 4th -
2017 80 82 2nd -
2016 74 88 4th -
2015 85 77 3rd -
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