The “Freeway Series” between the Los Angeles Angels and Los Angeles Dodgers, two teams with ties to Los Angeles, will be played at the Dodgers’ home stadium for two days starting on April 8.
The Angels have one of the biggest stars in the majors in Shohei Ohtani, but like last season, the Angels have yet to win a single game against the Dodgers this year. The Angels will look to overcome their Dodger phobia in the final matchup of the first half before the All-Star break.
The Angels have been dealing with a number of injuries to key players heading into the All-Star break. First, Mike Trout suffered a fracture and is expected to be out for up to eight weeks. Anthony Landon was hit in the shin by a foul ball and had to be removed from the game, but was not placed on the disabled list, and Shohei Ohtani, one of MLB’s biggest stars, started against the San Diego Padres on Friday but was removed in the sixth inning with a blister on his finger. The “two-hitting” Ohtani will be playing in this year’s All-Star Game only as a hitter. It will be interesting to see if Shohei Ohtani, who is still the favorite to win the American League MVP award this season, can end the first half with his first hit of the season against the Los Angeles Dodgers.온라인바카라
Meanwhile, the Los Angeles Dodgers will look to continue their undefeated record against the Los Angeles Angels. Currently, the Dodgers have a number of key starters on the disabled list, including the “Living Legend” Kershaw, and a number of rookies in the starting rotation. Nevertheless, the Dodgers’ offense is the reason they are in second place in the National League West. Mookie Betts, who is third in the National League in home runs (23), Freddie Freeman, and J.D. Martinez lead the Dodgers’ offense.
As the Dodgers host the Angels for the final time in the first half of the season, you can see if they can complete the sweep against their rivals live on SPOTV ON and SPOTV NOW for two days starting on August 8.