Los Angeles Angels

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LA Angels Tickets and Seats

Best Seats to a Los Angeles Angels Game

Affordable Events Near Me: Ashburn, VA

Mar 28

Thu . 03:05 PM

Los Angeles Angels at Baltimore Orioles - Opening Day

Oriole Park at Camden Yards, Baltimore, MD

Mar 30

Sat . 04:05 PM

Los Angeles Angels at Baltimore Orioles

Oriole Park at Camden Yards, Baltimore, MD

Mar 31

Sun . 01:35 PM

Los Angeles Angels at Baltimore Orioles

Oriole Park at Camden Yards, Baltimore, MD

Aug 09

Fri . 06:45 PM

Los Angeles Angels at Washington Nationals

Nationals Park, Washington, DC

Aug 10

Sat . 06:45 PM

Los Angeles Angels at Washington Nationals

Nationals Park, Washington, DC

Aug 11

Sun . 01:35 PM

Los Angeles Angels at Washington Nationals

Nationals Park, Washington, DC

Upcoming Events Calendar

Feb 25

Sun . 03:05 PM

Spring Training (Split Squad): Los Angeles Angels at Cincinnati Reds

Goodyear Ballpark, Goodyear, AZ

Feb 25

Sun . 03:10 PM

Spring Training (Split Squad): Kansas City Royals at Los Angeles Angels

Tempe Diablo Stadium, Tempe, AZ

Feb 26

Mon . 03:05 PM

Spring Training: Los Angeles Angels at San Francisco Giants

Scottsdale Stadium, Scottsdale, AZ

Feb 27

Tue . 03:10 PM

Spring Training: Milwaukee Brewers at Los Angeles Angels

Tempe Diablo Stadium, Tempe, AZ

Feb 28

Wed . 03:10 PM

Spring Training: Los Angeles Angels at Colorado Rockies

Salt River Fields at Talking Stick, Scottsdale, AZ

Feb 29

Thu . 03:10 PM

Spring Training: Cleveland Guardians at Los Angeles Angels

Tempe Diablo Stadium, Tempe, AZ

Mar 01

Fri . 03:10 PM

Spring Training (Split Squad): Los Angeles Angels at San Diego Padres

Peoria Sports Complex, Peoria, AZ

Mar 02

Sat . 03:10 PM

Spring Training: Arizona Diamondbacks at Los Angeles Angels

Tempe Diablo Stadium, Tempe, AZ

Mar 03

Sun . 03:10 PM

Spring Training: Chicago White Sox at Los Angeles Angels

Tempe Diablo Stadium, Tempe, AZ

Mar 04

Mon . 03:05 PM

Spring Training: Los Angeles Angels at Texas Rangers

Surprise Stadium, Surprise, AZ
Hello, Angels fans! Buckle up, as we take a ride around the stunning Angel Stadium, the celestial home of our beloved Los Angeles Angels. You're here because you're looking for the best seats for a Los Angeles Angels game, and you won't be disappointed.

Why not start in the Diamond Club? Nestled right behind home plate, it's the crème de la crème of baseball viewing experience. It offers top-notch amenities and an impeccable view of every pitch, swing, and home run. It's almost like having a halo above your head!

Our Angels have been playing ball since 1961, when Gene Autry, the singing cowboy himself, established the team. Some legendary players have graced the field, from the unforgettable Nolan Ryan's blazing fastball to the power-hitting Reggie Jackson. And who can forget the charismatic "Mr. Angel" himself, Tim Salmon, or the dynamic duo of Vladimir Guerrero and Torii Hunter? Today, it's the phenom Shohei Ohtani that leaves fans in awe with his dual-threat mastery.

Throughout the years, the Angels have had some legendary battles, none more significant than with the Los Angeles Dodgers in the Freeway Series. The rivalry between the New York Yankees and the Boston Red Sox has also seen some notable moments.

For a more laid-back experience, consider the Right Field MVP seats. With their proximity to the field, they offer some of the best seats for a Los Angeles Angels game, especially for those who love watching outfield plays up close.

The price of a celestial experience at an Angels game is as varied as the stars in the sky. You could be looking at around $20 for Upper View seats, and for the stellar Diamond Club, you're venturing into the $150-plus galaxy. But remember, an Angels game is priceless!

The unforgettable moments are plenty. Take the 2014 AL Division Series, for instance. Our Angels battled against the Kansas City Royals in a fierce showdown. Or in 2019, when Mike Trout smashed a 473-foot home run, one of the longest in his career, against the Kansas City Royals again. And let's not forget the emotional combined no-hitter against the Seattle Mariners in 2019, the first home game after the tragic passing of Tyler Skaggs. The team wore Skaggs' number 45 in tribute, making it a game that went down in Angels' history.

Over towards the Left Field Pavilion, you have a fantastic view of the bullpen. It's a great place to watch the pitchers warm up and catch a home run ball or two!

Back in the day, the Angels played their inaugural season as the Los Angeles Angels, then became the California Angels, and later the Anaheim Angels, before finally settling on the Los Angeles Angels. Regardless of the name, one thing is constant - the fervor and loyalty of Angels' fans.

So, whether you're soaring high in the Diamond Club, enjoying the action from the Right Field MVP seats, or getting up close to the bullpen in the Left Field Pavilion, you're guaranteed an out-of-this-world experience at an Angels game.

So come on down to Angel Stadium, where the game is always heavenly, and the fans, are just divine. From the first pitch to the final out, there's no place like home – Angel Stadium. Welcome to the best seats for a Los Angeles Angels game, where every game is an angelic journey.

Frequently Asked Questions(FAQ)

Why have the Angels changed their name so many times?
The name changes have reflected shifts in the team's location and ownership.
Who are some of the most famous players in Angels history?
Notable Angels players include Nolan Ryan, Reggie Jackson, Rod Carew, Tim Salmon, Vladimir Guerrero, and Shohei Ohtani.
Have the Angels won a World Series?
Yes, the Angels won their first and only World Series title in 2002.
Who is the Angels' biggest rival?
The Los Angeles Dodgers are considered the Angels' biggest rival, with their matchups dubbed the "Freeway Series."
What is the "Big A"?
The "Big A" is a nickname for Angel Stadium, the Angels' home ballpark. It's also a giant A-shaped structure located in the stadium's parking l

Interesting Information about Los Angeles Angels

  • Name Changes: The team has changed its name several times, starting as the Los Angeles Angels, then becoming the California Angels, the Anaheim Angels, and finally back to the Los Angeles Angels.
  • MLB Expansion Team: The Angels were one of the first two expansion teams in Major League Baseball, debuting in 1961 along with the Washington Senators.
  • Singhing Cowboy Founder: The Angels were founded by Gene Autry, known as the "Singing Cowboy" for his career in country music and western films.
  • No-Hitter Tribute: On July 12, 2019, Angels pitchers threw a combined no-hitter in the first home game following the death of teammate Tyler Skaggs. It was an emotional and historic tribute.
  • Dual-Threat Star: Shohei Ohtani made history in 2021 by becoming the first player to be selected to the All-Star game as both a pitcher and a hitter.