The Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim have slipped as of late, but remain within striking distance of first place in the AL West with a 33-32 record. Despite boasting a strong offense led by perennial MVP candidate Mike Trout and future Hall-of-Famer Albert Pujols, the Halos have struggled with consistency on both sides of the ball lately, and have gone just 5-5 in their last ten games. That’s nothing the Angels can’t overcome, though, as they have the balance and talent on paper to still develop into one of the top teams in all of Major League Baseball.
The biggest problem up until a couple of weeks ago was a lack of offensive punch behind Trout and Pujols, but now it’s L.A.’s pitching. If Los Angeles can get more consistent quality pitching from their starters, the rest should take care of itself. That balance and upside is a huge reason why fans have no complaints about taking in Angels games live in 2015. Trout, last year’s MVP, is the big draw, while Pujols (19 HRs, 36 RBI) has rebounded from a slow start to give the Halos a serious one-two offensive punch. Throw in a slew of upper echelon hurlers like Garrett Richards, C.J. Wilson and Jered Weaver, not to mention the emerging Hector Santiago, and a stacked Halos squad is still built to make a title run.
That killer balance of star power is a big reason why fans are hopping aboard the Angels Rally Bus to see their favorite team go to battle on a regular basis. While the value is largely in Angels tickets and the product that goes on the field at Angel Stadium, fans are also taking advantage of the Rally Bus due to its affordable pricing and convenience. Rather than worry about navigation, traffic and parking, fans can bundle all of their game day travel woes into one Rally Bus ticket and simply focus on the game.
Come August 1, there might not be a better mode of transportation than the Angels Rally Bus, when fans will want to be thinking only about the battle of Los Angeles when the Dodgers host the Halos in a huge clash at Dodger Stadium. Fans will surely want to purchase their Angels Rally Bus tickets early for this one, as it could sell out quickly, given the nature of the rivalry.
Rally Bus tickets for much less-hyped matchups tend to sellout, and fans won’t want to miss a luxurious ride to one of the most anticipated Angels series of 2015. Not only are the NL West-leading Dodgers one of the best teams in baseball, but they play host to an abundance of star power. It could be Clayton Kershaw or Zack Greinke on the mound making the start, while the Dodgers pack a mean punch with heavy bats in Adrian Gonzalez, Joc Pederson and Yasiel Puig.
Anaheim will surely have to be at their best to take down the Dodgers on August 1, but Halos fans will at least want to be there to see what happens. Luckily they will have numerous paths to their final destination, as fans can choose from 19 relatively close locations to hop aboard the Angels Rally Bus and see the game live at Dodgers Stadium. The best part about the Rally Bus is the price, too, as no set of Rally Bus tickets tops $30 for this showdown. Considering locations for other MLB games can climb as high as $55, fans are getting a serious bargain for this game. In fact, fans can get to the game from as far away as Santa Clarita, CA or Thousand Oaks, CA for one low price that beats the cost of gas and parking, combined.
The value is easy to see in Angels Rally Bus tickets for any game, but with no tickets over $30 for this particular affair, this Dodgers/Angels clash may be the best value on the schedule for the remainder of the year. With Rally Bus, Angels fans can toss all of the game day traveling stress to the side and enjoy on-board entertainment, restrooms, comfortable seating and space for all of their Halos gear. With the Angels Rally Bus, it really is easier to get together and go to the game.
Note: Fans in the Anaheim area can sign up here for free spots on the Rally Bus from Anaheim to Dodger Stadium.