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This postseason, Angels will face a new opponent
This postseason, Angels will face a new opponent

The Angels will be making their seventh appearance in the American League Division Series, and it will be the first time they won't be playing either Boston or New York. A look at their previous six ALDS matchups: 2002 Angels 3, New York Yankees 1 The wild-card Angels weren't expected to do much against the Yankees, who had won four of the last six World Series. The Yankees, backed by four home runs, won Game 1, 8-5, but the Angels stormed back to win the next three. Troy Glaus hit .313 with three home runs in the series. 2004 Boston 3, Angels 0 The Angels hit only .226 in the series as the offense was stymied by the Red Sox trifecta of Curt Schilling, Pedro Martinez...

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