Los Angeles Angels Depth Chart 2021 Angels Depth Chart

1-0, 2nd in AL West

vs CHW

1:38 am GMT , 4/3

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Whenever you can start a team out with the best player in baseball, your team is going to be pretty good. However, the Angels have not made the postseason in a while now, and this offseason they tried to fix that by adding Anthony Rendon. Los Angeles is an interesting team because of all the offense they have, with Justin Upton when healthy, and also Shohei Ohtani. The two-way player is expected to pitch and hit this year as well. Pitching is the biggest struggle of the Angels, where they made some lesser moves, hoping it will pay off. Dylan Bundy gets out of the dreadful AL East, and also Baltimore. Julio Teheran has been a longtime Brave, and is now out in Los Angeles hoping he can keep over performing despite lackluster stuff. The Angels are more on the offensive side, but even with average pitching they can be a playoff team.

Los Angeles Angels Depth Chart

Position POS
Catcher C
1st Base 1B
2nd Base 2B
Shortstop SS
3rd Base 3B
Left Field LF
Center Field CF
Right Field RF
Rotation SP