Los Angeles Angels
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Franchise Overview

59 10 1
Seasons Made Playoffs Championships

Past 10 Seasons (2011 - 2020)

50.6% 1 0
Winning Percentage Made Playoffs Championships

Championship Years

2002

Los Angeles Angels History

Overview

The Los Angeles Angels have played a total of 59 seasons. Their first season was in 1961, and their most recent season was in 2020.

Have the Los Angeles Angels gone by any other names?

Yes. 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.

When was the last time the Angels were in the playoffs?

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 59 seasons.

When was the last time the Angels missed the playoffs?

The Los Angeles Angels last missed the playoffs in 2020.

When was the last time the Angels won a playoff series?

In 2009, the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim beat the Boston Red Sox in the AL Divisional Series.

When was the last time the Angels lost a playoff series?

In 2014, the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim lost to the Kansas City Royals in the AL Divisional Series.

How many World Series have the Angels won?

The Los Angeles Angels won the World Series once, in 2002.

Los Angeles Angels Postseason Results

Year Record Result
2020 26-34 Missed Playoffs
2019 72-90 Missed Playoffs
2018 80-82 Missed Playoffs
2017 80-82 Missed Playoffs
2016 74-88 Missed Playoffs
2015 85-77 Missed Playoffs
2014 98-64 Lost AL Divisional Series (Won 0 Rounds)
2013 78-84 Missed Playoffs
2012 89-73 Missed Playoffs
2011 86-76 Missed Playoffs
2010 80-82 Missed Playoffs
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)
2006 89-73 Missed Playoffs
2005 95-67 Lost AL Championship Series (Won 1 Round)
2004 92-70 Lost AL Divisional Series (Won 0 Rounds)
2003 77-85 Missed Playoffs
2002 99-63 Won World Series
2001 75-87 Missed Playoffs
2000 82-80 Missed Playoffs
1999 70-92 Missed Playoffs
1998 85-77 Missed Playoffs
1997 84-78 Missed Playoffs
1996 70-91 Missed Playoffs
1995 78-67 Missed Playoffs
1993 71-91 Missed Playoffs
1992 72-90 Missed Playoffs
1991 81-81 Missed Playoffs
1990 80-82 Missed Playoffs
1989 91-71 Missed Playoffs
1988 75-87 Missed Playoffs
1987 75-87 Missed Playoffs
1986 92-70 Lost AL Championship Series (Won 0 Rounds)
1985 90-72 Missed Playoffs
1984 81-81 Missed Playoffs
1983 70-92 Missed Playoffs
1982 93-69 Lost AL Championship Series (Won 0 Rounds)
1981 51-59 Missed Playoffs
1980 65-95 Missed Playoffs
1979 88-74 Lost AL Championship Series (Won 0 Rounds)
1978 87-75 Missed Playoffs
1977 74-88 Missed Playoffs
1976 76-86 Missed Playoffs
1975 72-89 Missed Playoffs
1974 68-94 Missed Playoffs
1973 79-83 Missed Playoffs
1972 75-80 Missed Playoffs
1971 76-86 Missed Playoffs
1970 86-76 Missed Playoffs
1969 71-91 Missed Playoffs
1968 67-95 Missed Playoffs
1967 84-77 Missed Playoffs
1966 80-82 Missed Playoffs
1965 75-87 Missed Playoffs
1964 82-80 Missed Playoffs
1963 70-91 Missed Playoffs
1962 86-76 Missed Playoffs
1961 70-91 Missed Playoffs

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