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Angels swept away in Los Angeles to mercifully end their season

.433 winning percentage is Angels’ worst since 1999

MLB: Los Angeles Angels at Los Angeles Dodgers Jayne Kamin-Oncea-USA TODAY Sports

The Angels ended their season by getting swept in Los Angeles, dropping Sunday’s game 5-0 to the Dodgers at Dodger Stadium.

Patrick Sandoval took the loss, allowing three runs (two earned) with three walks and three strikeouts. Adding injury to insult, he left with a trainer in the third inning, suffering a left calf strain on what should have been the final out of the inning.

Jahmai Jones singled twice on Sunday, and is hitting .429 (3-for-7) after his first two major league starts.

The Angels finished 26-34 on the season, their .433 winning percentage the seventh-worst in franchise history. The Angels’ last season with a worse record was 1999, when they lost 92 games.

That 2020 record included 16-15 (.516) in games in Anaheim this season for the Angels, and just 10-19 (.345) on the road.

The Angels this season were 7-13 in games against the National League West, but it broke down to 0-6 against the Dodgers, and 7-7 against everybody else.

Sunday particulars

Home runs: A.J. Pollock 2 (16)

WP — Dustin May (3-1): 4 IP, 2 hits, 2 walks, 5 strikeouts

LP — Patrick Sandoval (1-5): 2⅔ IP, 1 hit, 3 runs (2 earned), 3 walks, 3 strikeouts