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OC Register: Angels stats at the All-Star break


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The Angels (45-46) have been within two games of .500 for a month, as their middling pitching staff and injury-ravaged lineup have prevented them from the sort of extending winning streak needed to get back into contention.

Then have a run differential of negative-3, which means their record is perfectly fitting for the way they’ve played. The offense, though, figures to improve, because Justin Upton, Shohei Ohtani and Andrelton Simmons all missed significant chunks of time, yet the Angels were still ninth in the majors with a .775 OPS.

How else do they measure up with the rest of MLB, statistically?

Statistical category (MLB ranking)

ANGELS OFFENSE

On-base pct. – .336 (eighth)

Slugging pct. – .439 (14th)

OPS – .775 (ninth)

Batting average – .260 (ninth)

ANGELS PITCHING

Team ERA – 4.94 (24th)

Bullpen ERA – 4.59 (19th)

WHIP – 1.36 (17th)

Strikeouts per 9 inns – 9.0 (11th)

Opponent OPS – .776 (20th)

Opponent batting avg. – .248 (11th)

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