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June 26, 2006

LA Angels Mid Season Outlook

by @ 3:19 am. Filed under 2006 Angels

As we pass the half-way point in the 2006 MLB season, I regret not buying myself some All-Star game tickets for this year. The exciting game and last-strike comeback inspired me to find some American League baseball tickets this season. As well as seeing our very own Angels with my Angels home game tickets, I am excited to get some Oakland A�s MLB tickets and see Eric Chavez make some more runs. I hope to see a great match between these teams with my Angels tickets at Angels Stadium.

The 2006 MLB schedule has produced some tough games at Angels stadium, but I�ll be sure to buy some Devil Rays tickets this season and hope for a repeat performance of our last series. I am really keen on seeing Michael Young live up to the expectations that winning an MVP award brings, so I guess I�ll be looking out for some Texas Rangers tickets as well as Angels tickets this season. I think our upcoming series against the Cleveland Indians at Progressive Field will prove very tough for Hector Carrasco and John Lackey. I am also slightly worried for Angels fans with Yankees tickets for the upcoming games, I sense a show of strength by Alex Rodriguez may disappoint them. Anybody lucky enough to be holding onto Kansas City Royals tickets this season are going to see some great baseball, the rest of us will just have to wait to see them with Angels home game tickets.

Although the Angels have faced some tough games and are currently third in the division, I feel we can come back later this year. The most recent series against Seattle is a good example of what to expect from Angels tickets this season. After winning the first game 5-4 we went on to lose two high-scoring games and eventually lost the series 1-2. At the time I heard a lot of complaints about our finishing pitchers, but these soon died down after we won the following Yankees games and beat the Rangers at home thereafter. When we beat teams of this quality it is easier to forget the bad times, such as the one I experienced with my Chicago White Sox tickets in April.

The Angels have a lot to do if we are to see post-season action this year. Some of those with Dodgers tickets will say that they are more likely to represent LA in the World Series than the Angels. I disagree. The latter half of this season offers up opponents against whom we have a favorable record. You won�t be a disappointed Los Angeles fan if you have tickets to the Angels versus Baltimore game, Toronto Blue Jays tickets or tickets to Detroit Tigers home games this season. The Angels� battling spirit still lives on through players Howie Kendrick and JC Romero, so don�t be surprised if they earn us a trip to the playoffs this year and be get ready to have your World Series tickets in hand.

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