List of Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim seasons

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This is a list of Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim seasons. The Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim are a professional baseball team based in Anaheim, California, United States. The Angels are a member of the Western Division of Major League Baseball's American League. The Angels have been based in Angel Stadium of Anaheim since 1966.

Table key[edit]

ALCS
American League Championship Series
ALDS
American League Division Series
CYA
Cy Young Award
Finish
Final position in league or division
GB
"Games Back" from first-place team[a]
Losses
Number of regular season losses
MOY
Manager of the Year
MVP
Most Valuable Player
Rolaids
American League Rolaids Relief Man Award
ROY
American League Rookie of the Year
Season
Each year is linked to an article about that particular MLB season
Team
Each year is linked to an article about that particular Angels season
Wins
Number of regular season wins


Year by year[edit]

World Series champions
(1903–present)
American League champions
(1901–present)[b]
Division champions
(1969–present)
Wild Card berth
(1994–present)
Season Team League Division Regular season Postseason Awards
Finish Wins Losses Win% GB[c]
Los Angeles Angels
1961 1961 AL 8th 70 91 .435 38½
1962 1962 AL 3rd 86 76 .531 10
1963 1963 AL 9th 70 91 .435 34
1964 1964 AL 5th 82 80 .506 17 Dean Chance (CYA)[1]
California Angels
1965 1965 AL 7th 75 87 .463 27
1966 1966 AL 6th 80 82 .494 18
1967 1967 AL 5th 84 77 .522
1968 1968 AL 8th 67 95 .414 36
1969 1969 AL West[d] 3rd 71 91 .438 26
1970 1970 AL West 3rd 86 76 .531 12
1971 1971 AL West 4th 76 86 .469 25½
1972[e] 1972 AL West 5th 75 80 .484 18
1973 1973 AL West 4th 79 83 .488 15
1974 1974 AL West 6th 68 94 .420 22
1975 1975 AL West 6th 72 89 .447 25½
1976 1976 AL West 4th 76 86 .469 14
1977 1977 AL West 5th 74 88 .457 28
1978 1978 AL West 2nd 87 75 .537 5
1979 1979 AL West 1st 88 74 .543 Lost ALCS (Orioles) 3–1[2] Don Baylor (MVP)[3]
1980 1980 AL West 6th 65 95 .406 31
1981[f] 1981 AL West 4th 31 29 .517
7th 20 30 .400
1982 1982 AL West 1st 93 69 .574 Lost ALCS (Brewers) 3–2[4]
1983 1983 AL West 5th 70 92 .432 29
1984 1984 AL West 2nd 81 81 .500 3
1985 1985 AL West 2nd 90 72 .556 1
1986 1986 AL West 1st 92 70 .568 Lost ALCS (Red Sox) 4–3[5]
1987 1987 AL West 6th 75 87 .463 10
1988 1988 AL West 4th 75 87 .463 29
1989 1989 AL West 3rd 91 71 .562 8
1990 1990 AL West 4th 80 82 .494 23
1991 1991 AL West 7th 81 81 .500 14
1992 1992 AL West 5th 72 90 .444 24
1993 1993 AL West 5th 71 91 .438 23 Tim Salmon (ROY)[6]
1994[g] 1994 AL West 4th 47 68 .409
1995[h] 1995 AL West 2nd 78 67 .538 1
1996 1996 AL West 4th 70 91 .435
Anaheim Angels
1997 1997 AL West 2nd 84 78 .519 6
1998 1998 AL West 2nd 85 77 .525 3
1999 1999 AL West 4th 70 92 .432 25
2000 2000 AL West 3rd 82 80 .506
2001 2001 AL West 3rd 75 87 .463 41
2002 2002 AL West 2nd 99 63 .611 4 Won ALDS (Yankees) 3–1
Won ALCS (Twins) 4–1
Won World Series (Giants) 4–3[7]
Mike Scioscia (MOY)[8]
2003 2003 AL West 3rd 77 85 .475 19
2004 2004 AL West 1st 92 70 .568 Lost ALDS (Red Sox) 3–0[9] Vladimir Guerrero (MVP)[3]
Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim
2005 2005 AL West 1st 95 67 .586 Won ALDS (Yankees) 3–2
Lost ALCS (White Sox) 4–1[10]
Bartolo Colón (CYA)[1]
2006 2006 AL West 2nd 89 73 .549 4 Francisco Rodríguez (Rolaids)[11]
2007 2007 AL West 1st 94 68 .580 Lost ALDS (Red Sox) 3–0[12]
2008 2008 AL West 1st 100 62 .617 Lost ALDS (Red Sox) 3–1[13] Francisco Rodríguez (Rolaids)[11]
2009 2009 AL West 1st 97 65 .599 Won ALDS (Red Sox) 3–0
Lost ALCS (Yankees) 4–2[14]
Mike Scioscia (MOY)[8]
2010 2010 AL West 3rd 80 82 .494 10
2011 2011 AL West 2nd 86 76 .531 10
2012 2012 AL West 3rd 89 73 .549 5 Mike Trout (ROY)[6]
2013 2013 AL West 3rd 78 84 .481 18
2014 2014 AL West 1st 98 64 .605 Lost ALDS (Royals) 3–0
Totals 4295 4263 .502

Notes[edit]

  • a This is determined by calculating the difference in wins plus the difference in losses divided by two.
  • b For lists of all American League pennant winners, see American League pennant winners 1901–68 and American League Championship Series.
  • c Half-game increments are possible because games can be cancelled due to rain. If a postponed game is the last of the season between two teams in one of their stadiums, it may not be made up if it does not affect the playoff race.[15]
  • d In 1969, the American League split into East and West divisions.[16]
  • e The 1972 Major League Baseball strike forced the cancellation of the Angels' first seven games of the season.[17]
  • f The 1981 Major League Baseball strike caused the season to be split into two halves.[17]
  • g The 1994–95 Major League Baseball strike, which started on August 12, led to the cancellation of the playoffs and World Series.[18] As a result of the abbreviated season, MLB did not officially award division championships.[19]
  • h The 1994 MLB strike lasted until April 2, 1995, causing the shortening of the 1995 season to 144 games.[17]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Cy Young Award winners". Major League Baseball. Retrieved 2010-09-12. 
  2. ^ "1979 AL Championship Series". Baseball-Reference. Retrieved 2010-09-12. 
  3. ^ a b "Most Valuable Player winners". Major League Baseball. Retrieved 2010-09-12. 
  4. ^ "1982 AL Championship Series". Baseball-Reference. Retrieved 2010-09-12. 
  5. ^ "1986 AL Championship Series". Baseball-Reference. Retrieved 2010-09-12. 
  6. ^ a b "Rookie of the Year winners". Major League Baseball. Retrieved 2010-09-12. 
  7. ^ "2002 Anaheim Angels Batting, Pitching, & Fielding Statistics". Baseball-Reference. Retrieved 2010-09-12. 
  8. ^ a b "Manager of the Year winners". Major League Baseball. Retrieved 2010-09-12. 
  9. ^ "2004 Anaheim Angels". Baseball-Reference. Retrieved 2010-09-12. 
  10. ^ "2005 Anaheim Angels Batting, Pitching, & Fielding Statistics". Baseball-Reference. Retrieved 2010-09-12. 
  11. ^ a b "Rolaids Relief Award Winners". Sports Reference LLC. Retrieved 2010-09-12. 
  12. ^ "2007 AL Division Series". Baseball-Reference. Retrieved 2010-09-12. 
  13. ^ "2008 AL Division Series". Baseball-Reference. Retrieved 2010-09-12. 
  14. ^ "2009 Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim Batting, Pitching, & Fielding Statistics". Baseball-Reference. Retrieved 2010-09-12. 
  15. ^ Bodley, Hal (2007-02-18). "Ties in baseball called out by rules committee". USA Today. Retrieved 2010-09-12. 
  16. ^ Leggett, William (1969-04-14). "One Hundred And One". Sports Illustrated. Retrieved 2010-09-12. 
  17. ^ a b c "Baseball stoppages date back to 1972". ESPN. Associated Press. 2002-08-29. Retrieved 2010-09-12. 
  18. ^ "Strike looms large over All-Star Game". CNN Sports Illustrated. Associated Press. 2002-07-07. Retrieved 2010-09-12. 
  19. ^ Newhan, Ross (1994-10-06). "A Season Without Titles – Baseball: Players will be honored, but there will be no divisional champions because of the shortened schedule". Los Angeles Times. Retrieved 2010-09-12. 

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