Hello, Angels fans. Your favorite baseball team finished its 2017 season with an 80-82 record, trailing the wild-card-winning Minnesota Twins by five games. The record was what most expected at the season’s outset, but the path to it probably not. The Angels had a chance to make the playoffs until the fifth-to-last night of the 2017 season.
In the end, Kansas City and Tampa Bay finished in the same spot, and the Angels will pick in between those two teams in the June draft, 17th overall.
On most Mondays this season, I answered questions from readers about the present and future of the team. Let’s do it for one last time in 2017.