The Angels kick off their 64th season on Thursday, March 28, facing the Orioles in Baltimore, marking their second season opener against them since 1961. After a six-game road stretch against the Orioles and Marlins, they return to Angel Stadium on April 5 to host the Red Sox. Their 2024 schedule comprises 13 home stands and 13 road trips.


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Meet The Angels' New Manager

During the off-season, the Angels hired Ron Washington as their new manager who brings decades of coaching experience and his vibrant personality back as a manager. Previously, he spent eight seasons with the Rangers where he guided them to consecutive World Series appearances in 2010 and 2011. Then after 10 years of third-base coaching in Oakland and Atlanta, he is returns to managing. His commitment to teaching the game remains unwavering, ensuring that his impact on players continues unabated.



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The Roster

Anchoring the Angels roster are key players such as 11-time MLB All-Star, three-time American League Most Valuable Player and nine-time Slugger Award winner, Mike Trout. Trout has been one of the best players in baseball for nearly a decade and his leadership will be crucial for the Angels' success this season. This superstar outfielder is healthy and ready for the season. In addition, All-Star and two-time Silver Slugger Award winner, veteran Anthony Rendon returns for another season and is ready to contribute to the Angels’ push toward the postseason.


The Angels have a number of talented players who will play key roles in the team's success this season. Headlining the organization’s young core is 2022 first-round pick Zach Neto and 2023 first-round pick Nolan Schanuel. The pair will be joined by second-year catcher Logan O’Hoppe, back from an injury and ready for the season. Manager Ron Washington is projected to field a young lineup for Opening Day packed with energy and excitement.



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The Games

The Halos will square off with all 29 Major League Clubs, including four against the Dodgers. During the Freeway Series action, the Angels will visit the Dodgers for a pair of games on June 21-22 and host their cross-town rivals at Angel Stadium for two games on September 3-4.


The Angels will face stiff competition in the American League West division. The 2023 World Series Champion Texas Rangers, Houston Astros and Seattle Mariners are all talented teams with playoff aspirations of their own. But with a team comprised of established veterans and a blossoming core of young talent, the Angels fully expect to compete deep into October.




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