Los Angeles vs Texas Mon, Apr 15
|*Community||LAA -625 65%||u/10.5 50%|
*Consensus from 1890 predictions.
|37611th||Earned Run Average||4.898th|
Should be some offense on display from both sides I just think Cahill is looking a whole lot better than Miller right now, he's been beat up so far this year.
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Windy AF in Dallas, going to be blowing out to right 15-20mph Big total but I think Miller gets lit up and Texas has a descent offense. Shootout tonight in Arlington.50%
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LA Angels vs Texas injuries and projected lineup.
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Los Angeles Angels (62% consensus). Wintry weather forced the postponement of the Los Angeles Angels' contest at Wrigley Field on Sunday, but they hope to still have plenty of momentum - and superstar outfielder Mike Trout - when they open a three-game series at the Texas Rangers on Monday. Trout, who is sidelined with a groin injury, is expected to rejoin the team in Texas and could be back in the lineup soon... http://bit.ly/2uBU5tM
Betting Prediction for Los Angeles Angels vs Texas Rangers on April 15, 2019, 8:05 PM ET
Free Betting Prediction: LA Angels will WIN and the Total will go Under .
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Halos Heaven: Angels end up on the receiving end of a Texas slugfest
Many Angels fans, myself included, felt pretty confident going into this game. While I didn't expect a sweep, Trevor Cahill had been pitching well, Mike Trout was back in the lineup, and the Angels had already beat Shelby Miller, a pitcher who hadn't even thrown more than 3.2 innings in his pair of starts.
It wasn't a total loss, at least for a few innings, as the Angels got off to a hot 3 run start in the top of the 1st. All signs were pointing to a great game for the Halos.
Lone Star Ball: Texas Rangers Week 3 Recap & Angels Series Preview
Season record: 7-7
Week 3 record: 2-2
Series record: 2-1, 1 split (Series against Oakland is TBD since Saturday's game was postponed until June 8th)<strong>WEEKLY RECAP</strong>
With two off-days scheduled this week and an unintended off-day on Saturday after a rain-out, the Rangers only played four games this week and ending up back to .500 ball after some very odd games.
Looking back, they very easily could have, and maybe really should have, won all four games this week.
On Tuesday, their first game in a two-game series at the Arizona Diamondbacks, the Rangers had a 4-1 lead going into the 7th until Mike Minor (who now has back-to-back seven inning outings) gave up a solo home, cutting the lead to just two runs.
Halos Heaven: Series Preview: Angels @ Rangers (The Great Warmup)
The Angels will be quite a bit warmer over the next few days after getting snowed out in Chicago on Sunday. Warmer weather will hopefully be good for Mike Trout's return to the lineup. If the Angels talking heads are to be believed, his injury is minor and he should return to the lineup any day now. Of course, historically it's been hard to believe those talking heads.
Just 8 days ago these two teams finished up a 4 game series which the Angels won 3 games to 1. This time around the Angels face one lefty (Mike Minor) so don't expect a sweep.
ESPN.com: Trout injury improving, will join Angels in Texas
Los Angeles Angels outfielder Mike Trout's injured groin has improved and the All-Star will join the team in Texas ahead of a series against the Rangers, the team said Sunday.
The Angels said that an ultrasound "showed further improvement" to Trout's groin. Los Angeles said Trout will continue to be evaluated to determine when he'll be ready to play.
Trout didn't travel to Chicago with the club last Thursday and instead remained in California because of the right groin injury he sustained during a game against the Milwaukee Brewers last week.