The Los Angeles Angels face a pivotal 2021 season where they will try and make the postseason for the first time since 2014. In addition, they will look to get Mike Trout his first career playoff victory.
The Angels will start their 2021 campaign against the young and talented Chicago White Sox in a four-game home series from April 1-4. They’ll then face a two-game home series against the divisional rival Houston Astros from April 5-6.
April 8-11 will be the team’s first road games as they travel to Florida to take on the Toronto Blue Jays. They will play at least the start of their 2021 season in Dunedin, Florida due to the ongoing pandemic and travel restrictions to/from Canada.
In May, the Angels will take on back-to-back World Series teams. From May 3-6, L.A. will be at home against the Tampa Bay Rays, and they’ll continue their homestand against the L.A. Dodgers from May 7-9. Their first and second meeting against the Oakland Athletics will take place from May 21-23 in Anaheim and May 27-30 in Oakland.
The end of June will see the Angels face a difficult road trip. June 25-27 will be a three-game stretch against the Rays while June 28-July 1 is a four-gamer against the New York Yankees.
The All-Star break takes place July 12-15, and will cut in between two series against the Seattle Mariners, one in Anaheim and one in the Pacific Northwest.
The next iteration of the Freeway Series will be from Aug. 6-8 when the Angels head up to L.A. for a three-game series against one of the league’s best teams. Aug. 27-Sep. 1 features a two-game stint against the San Diego Padres and a three-game series with the Yankees once again, all at home.
2021’s regular season will come to a close with a 16-game stretch against divisional opponents. From Sep. 17-Oct. 3, the Angels will face the Athletics and Texas Rangers three times, the Astros four times, and the Mariners six.
The entire schedule can be seen below.