The Los Angeles Angels will host the Texas Rangers for three games at Angel Stadium this weekend. Though season average for Angels tickets is $62.22, only one of the three games will see an average above that price. The Angels schedule has the two teams meeting for the second time this season over the weekend.

6/20 - Joe Saunders vs Garrett Richards

The series begins Friday night when Angels pitcher Garrett Richards takes the hill against the Rangers’ Joe Saunders. The average price for Friday Angels vs Rangers tickets is $67.61, the highest of the series at 8.66% above season average, with a get-in price of $24. Richards has been impressive this year, posting a 6-2 record and 2.87 ERA over 14 starts while Saunders has had his share of poor outings as he’s pitched for a five games this season and has failed to record a win, going just 0-2 with a 3.46 ERA in 26 innings. Fans in attendance will also receive an Angels Cowboy Hat upon entering Angel Stadium on Friday.

6/21 - Nick Martinez vs Jered Weaver

The second game of the series will be played Saturday night. The average price for Angels vs Rangers tickets is $49, 21.2% below season average, with a get-in price of $7. The Rangers will give the nod to Nick Martinez, who hasn’t seen much success at 1-4 with a 4.44 ERA in 13 starts this season. Los Angeles counters with staff ace Jered Weaver. Weaver. Weaver is 7-6, 3.67 ERA in 15 games started.

6/22 - Yu Darvish vs TBA

The finale of the series will be played Sunday night and will feature Texas’ Yu Darvish. The average price for Sunday Rangers vs Rangers tickets is $38, the lowest of the series at nearly 40% below season average, with a get-in price of $7. The Angels have yet to announce who will start Sunday’s game, but the Rangers’ Darvish has gone 7-3 with a 2.39 ERA this season. Children aged 5-12 will also have the opportunity to run the bases after the game.

After a road trip consisting of nine games over three series, the Texas Rangers schedule has the team returning home to play the Detroit Tigers after their series with the Angels this weekend. 

The Angels find themselves in second place in the AL West at 38-33 yet are six games out of first place where the Oakland A’s have posted a 45-28 record. The Rangers sit at 35-37, good enough for fourth place in the division.