To see what sportsbooks are offering for moneyline prices on the Los Angeles Angels next game, check below. It lists the MLB odds for the Angels and their opponents and will be updated with the final score afterwards.
When the LA Angels called up Mike Trout in June of 2011, they instantly got a once-in-a-generation player that they hoped could help restore this organization to glory. Entering 2016, Trout already has a Rookie of the Year award, four All-Star appearances, four Silver Slugger awards and an AL MVP award in his trophy case. Yet, the Angels have yet to win a single MLB playoff game since his arrival in the major leagues as the team hasn’t been able to put too many talented complementary pieces around him.
Baseball is a team game and even with a generational talent like Trout, Los Angeles Angels odds can be perplexing to bettors because if often comes down to what those eight other guys in L.A’s lineup do in terms of wins and losses.