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Los Angeles Angels Postseason History
Being in as star-studded a city as Los Angeles, the Angels have had plenty of pressure to play at a high level during their time in the city. But the Angels have delivered as Los Angeles residents, bringing the city some exhilarating moments in the Major League Baseball postseason that have included some championship-level baseball and some impressive feats from some of the game’s greats.
The most memorable Angels playoff performance may have come in 2002, when they defeated the San Francisco Giants to win the World Series. The Giants brought one of the best hitters of all-time in Barry Bonds at the time, but the pitching staff of the Angels was up for the challenge, despite Bonds hitting four home runs and batting .471 in the series. The Giants scored in double figures twice in the series, but Angels pitchers gave up just one run in the seventh game of the series to secure the championship.
Several other elite players took part in postseason action for the Angels in the 2000s, including American League Most Valuable Players Vladimir Guerrero and Mike Trout, as well as Cy Young Award winner Bartolo Colon. But the team also had scrappy players who could lead the team and make sacrifices that other teams would love to have on their teams.
Some of those players include David Eckstein and Chone Figgins. Two blindingly fast players who were able to play solid defense and be pests at the plate, the pairing of Figgins and Eckstein was enough to drive opposing players crazy. The two were a great foil for the New York Yankees at the time, who were composed mostly of highly priced power hitters that were opposites of Eckstein and Figgins.
Since then, the Angels have had something of a rivalry with the New York Yankees. New York is one of the best postseason teams of all-time, but the Angels have found a solid amount of success against the Yankees during their history against one another. Los Angeles beat the Yankees in the Division Series en route to their 2002 title, and have won several playoff series against them since.
When Do Angels Playoff Tickets Go On Sale?
Playoff tickets for the Los Angeles Angels go on sale near the time when the team clinches a spot in the postseason. The better the Angels do in the regular season, the earlier their tickets may go on sale, as the team has a better chance to clinch early if they are piling up wins. Generally speaking, playoff tickets for the Angels go on sale in September, or close to it.
How Much Do Angels Playoff Tickets Cost?
The average cost of playoff tickets for the Los Angeles Angels is $107. The price of each ticket depends on what round of the playoffs the tickets are for, as tickets for the World Series are usually more expensive than Wild Card tickets. Also, what section the tickets are in can determine whether ticket prices are above or below that average.