Los Angeles » Major League Baseball
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The Los Angeles Angels have played a total of 62 seasons. Their first season was in 1961, and their most recent season was in 2022.
Between 1961 and 1964, the team was known as the Los Angeles Angels.
In 1965, the team changed their name to the California Angels.
In 1997, the team changed their name to the Anaheim Angels.
In 2005, the team changed their name to the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim.
In 2016, the team changed their name back to the Los Angeles Angels.
The Los Angeles Angels currently play in the West Division of the American League, aka the AL West.
The best start to a Angels season was the 1970 California Angels, who started the season 5-0. The second best starts to a Angels season was the 2007 Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim, the 2004 Anaheim Angels and the 1991 California Angels, who all started the season with 3 wins.
The two worst starts to a Angels season was the 1992 California Angels and the 1976 California Angels, who both started the season at 0-4. The third worst start to a season was the 2014 Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim, who started the season with 3 losses.
The Los Angeles Angels last made the playoffs in 2014, when they lost the AL Divisional Series. They've been in the playoffs a total of 10 times in their 62 seasons.
The Los Angeles Angels last missed the playoffs in 2022.
In 2009, the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim beat the Boston Red Sox in the AL Divisional Series.
In 2014, the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim lost to the Kansas City Royals in the AL Divisional Series.
The Los Angeles Angels have appeared in the World Series once, in 2002.
The Los Angeles Angels won the World Series once, in 2002.
|2014||98-64||Lost AL Divisional Series (Won 0 Rounds)|
|2009||97-65||Lost AL Championship Series (Won 1 Round)|
|2008||100-62||Lost AL Divisional Series (Won 0 Rounds)|
|2007||94-68||Lost AL Divisional Series (Won 0 Rounds)|
|2005||95-67||Lost AL Championship Series (Won 1 Round)|
|2004||92-70||Lost AL Divisional Series (Won 0 Rounds)|
|2002||99-63||Won World Series|
|1986||92-70||Lost AL Championship Series (Won 0 Rounds)|
|1982||93-69||Lost AL Championship Series (Won 0 Rounds)|
|1979||88-74||Lost AL Championship Series (Won 0 Rounds)|