For the first time in 19 seasons, the 2019 Los Angeles Angels will be led by a new manager. Brad Ausmus takes over for Mike Scioscia. Ausmus will get to put together one of the stronger lineups in the AL West featuring arguably the best player in baseball, Mike Trout. One of the biggest stories of the season could be whether the Angels can sign Trout to a contract extension. Trout becomes a free agent following the 2020 season and talks are underway to keep him in Anaheim.
It’s year two of the Shohei Ohtani show. Ohtani was impressive last season both on the mound and at the plate. In 2019, Ohtani won’t be pitching due to an injury but he’ll be a big bat in the middle of the Angels’ lineup. Rounding out the lineup with Justin Upton, Albert Pujols, Andrelton Simmons, Zack Cozart, Kole Calhoun and Jonathan Lucroy. This lineup is filled power from the leadoff spot down.
The Angels’ pitching staff is going to be led by Tyler Skaggs and Andrew Heaney. Jaime Barria had an excellent rookie season last year. The Angels signed Matt Harvey in the off season who not too long ago was one of the better pitchers in baseball. To strengthen the bullpen, the Angels also signed closer Cody Allen who was most recently with the Indians.
Angels suites are going to vary in price depending on the game you want to go to. On average, a suite at Angel Stadium will go for $1,900 - $4,000. Angels suites can accommodate 12 – 18 guests. Food and beverage can be ordered in advance so that your suite is fully catered for your event. At Angel Stadium, there are a few different types of suites: Dugout, Platinum, Gold, Silver and Bronze. Dugout suites will stand out the most as they are located at field level, directly behind home plate. The rest of the suites are on the Club Level at Angel Stadium from foul pole to foul pole.