It’s been a rough start to the year for the Angels, who currently sit at 3-7 and are in last place in the AL West. The good news for them is that there are still 50 games remaining and they can finish third in the division and still sneak into the playoffs.
With that being said, the Angels will be receiving a lot of firepower for this upcoming series in Seattle. Not only are they getting Mike Trout back, who missed the last few games while on the paternity list, they’ll also be seeing their No. 1 prospect Jo Adell get some playing time.
Playing the Mariners is definitely a great way to get your team back on the winning side of things, but adding two huge bats like that should really give the Angels a much-needed boost.
- In not so good Angels news, it looks like we won’t be seeing Shohei Ohtani on the mound anytime soon
- Marlins chief executive officer Derek Jeter spoke publicly on Monday for the first time since the team had its season put on hold on July 26 due to the coronavirus spreading throughout the club
- The Cardinals have 13 confirmed positive COVID-19 tests in their traveling party. Of those 13, seven are players and six are staff members. As a result, Major League Baseball has postponed this week’s series in Detroit against the Tigers, which was already moved back and rearranged after positive tests postponed the Cardinals’ series in Milwaukee.