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“Light that baby up” “We’re so back” – Los Angeles Angels fans react to team beat Oakland Athletics as Mike Trout and Shohei…


The Los Angeles Angels blanked the Oakland Athletics to wrap up their three-game series. They won the game 6-0, with their two superstars contributing to their run total. Mike Trout and Shohei Ohtani hit back-to-back home runs in the fifth inning to put a damper on Oakland’s day.

Tyler Anderson had a great start on the mound for the Angels. He went six innings on four hits while striking out four batters. Andrew Wantz and Carlos Estevez kept the game clean from the bullpen for an excellent all around victory.

The victory moves them to 2-1 to start the year. They could easily have started the year 3-0, but they lost a heart-breaker on Opening Day. They wasted a beautiful Ohtani start and allowed the Athletics to rally in the late innings and win.

The Angels will now get ready to play the Seattle Mariners on Monday. Los Angeles will give the ball to Reid Detmers, while Seattle has George Kirby slated to take the hill.

“Light that baby up,” one fan tweeted.

@Angels Light That baby up goodnight A’s ????

“We’re so back it’s not even funny,” tweeted another fan.

@Angels We’re so back it’s not even funny

@Angels Should of won the series but I’ll take it (2-1) ‼️

Three different Los Angeles Angels hitters had multiple hits on Sunday. Mike Trout and Taylor Ward had three hits, and Logan O’Hoppe had two. Fans are happy to see some players getting off to such a good start.

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Fans are excited about the upcoming series. The team will really get tested as the Mariners look to bounce back from a tough series loss against the Cleveland Guardians.

The Los Angeles Angels need to be competitive this season

Los Angeles Angels v Oakland Athletics
Los Angeles Angels v Oakland Athletics

The Los Angeles Angels need to have a big season this year. The fan base deserves it, Trout deserves it, and Shohei Ohtani deserves it.

Ohtani is in the final year of his contract, and if they don’t change their ways, he could be out the door. Trout only has one playoff appearance under his belt. Their last playoff appearance happened in 2014. That’s way too long for the talent that this team has had throughout the years.

It’s not good for the league for two of its best players to sit at home when the season is at its most exciting. More people would tune into October baseball if they could see Trout and Ohtani.

Hopefully, the Angels can redeem themselves for their past performances throughout the years and get something going this season. The baseball world needs it.

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