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The #Angels are 3.5 games back of the last wild card spot. But keep in mind that the Rangers are behind us with 3.5. We have 6 more games to go. Could the Angels pull off a miracle ? Do you #Halos have faith that the Angels still going to make it ? Here's the schedule for next 6 games for the wild card. Angels: 2 more games with Astros, 4 games vs White Sox & 3 with Mariners Twins: 2 more games with Tigers, 3 games vs Indians and 3 with Tigers. Rangers, 2 more games with A's, 3 games with Astros and 4 with A's Cross your fingers Halos 🤞🐒⚾️ #RedNation #AngelsBaseball #GetYourRedOn #TheHaloWay

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Yankees swept the Twins! #Angels are now one game back. Let's Go Angels! #RedNation #AngelsBaseball #Halos #GetYourRedOn #TheHaloWay

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Twins lost again. Angels are now 1 game back. #RedNation #AngelsBaseball #Halos #GetYourRedOn #Angels #TheHaloWay

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Twins lost! We are 1.5 game back ! #RedNation #AngelsBaseball #Halos #GetYourRedOn #Angels #TheHaloWay

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LTBU!!!

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Not since Aug. 8 has there been this type of gulf between the Angels and their playoff hopes. After losing to the Astros, 5-2, on Thursday night at Angel Stadium, the #Angels fell three games behind the Twins in the American League Wild Card race, a precarious position to be in with only 16 games left to play. The Angels received a strong start from right-hander Ricky Nolasco, who allowed two runs over six innings, but their offense generated little against Houston starter Brad Peacock, leading to their fifth loss in their last seven games. "I think our process is where it needs to be," manager Mike Scioscia said. "There's always been a sense of urgency every game we've played this season. We'll continue that and hopefully we'll start to get our offense going where we get the game on our terms." The road ahead doesn't get much easier for the Angels, who will face the Rangers and Indians in the final two segments of their nine-game homestand before heading to Houston for another series against the Astros next weekend. All three of those clubs have posed problems for the Angels this season: The Angels are 6-10 against Houston, 6-10 against Texas and 0-3 against Cleveland. The Twins, meanwhile, are in the middle of a six-game stretch against a pair of sub-.500 teams, the Padres and the Blue Jays. It's not a situation that favors the Angels, but they've spent much of this season defying expectations and are not willing to count themselves out now. "We've just got to go day by day," Nolasco said. "We've still got some time. We can't get caught up in all that right now. We've just got to try to win day by day. All that stuff kind of plays itself out. We can't get ahead of ourselves. Just keep grinding, come in tomorrow, stay positive and keep going forward." ( via Maria Guardado Angels/MLB) #RedNation #AngelsBaseball #Halos #GetYourRedOn #TheHaloWay

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The Cleveland Indians tied the 2002 Oakland Athletics for the longest winning streak in AL history. In the same year the #Angels punch their ticket in the Wild Card and won the 2002 World Series. Could history repeat itself again ? Let's Go Angels !!! 🐒 #RedNation #AngelsBaseball #Halos #GetYourRedOn #TheHaloWay

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Andrew Heaney’s MRI exam this morning showed shoulder impingement. The #Angels are not ruling him out for a start this weekend against Texas. ( via Pedro Moura LA Times ) #RedNation #AngelsBaseball #Halos #GetYourRedOn #TheHaloWay

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Angels righty Alex Meyer is set to undergo surgery to repair a torn shoulder labrum, the club announced. He is expected to be sidelined for approximately twelve months, making it unlikely that he’ll be able to pitch in the 2018 season. #RedNation #AngelsBaseball #Halos #GetYourRedOn #TheHaloWay

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#Angels righty Alex Meyer already knows his 2017 is over, but also must deal with uncertainty about his future after losing the last two months of the season to shoulder inflammation, Jeff Fletcher of the Orange County Register writes. Meyer isn’t yet sure if surgery might help him, and he doesn’t yet know if he might have to move to the bullpen to stay healthy. Meyer has been dogged by shoulder issues at various points throughout his pro career, but managed to avoid the DL in 2015, when he mostly pitched in the bullpen in the Twins’ system. “I don’t know if there’s a correlation, but I can’t say there’s not,” he says. Meyer posted a 3.74 ERA, 10.0 K/9 and 5.6 BB/9 over 13 starts and 67 1/3 innings in the big leagues this season. ( via MLB Trade Rumors) #RedNation #AngelsBaseball #Halos #GetYourRedOn #TheHaloWay

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Check this out #Halos a buddy of my send me this screenshot of a bandwagon fan rant. Let me know how many mistakes you see. Have fun 😂

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Up next Seattle Mariners. We are half a game back for the last Wild Card spot. Twins are facing the Royals that should help us. But we can't lose any more games after this. We Can Do This! Let's Go Angels!! #RedNation #AngelsBaseball #Halos #GetYourRedOn #Angels #TheHaloWay

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Maldonado is not in the lineup for Wednesday's matchup against the A's, Jeff Fletcher of The Orange County Register reports. After starting 11 consecutive games, Maldonado will get a well-deserved day off. Over said games Maldonado pieced together a disappointing .211 batting average, but mashed three home runs. Juan Graterol will fill in at catcher and hit eighth Wednesday. ( via CBSSports.com) #RedNation #AngelsBaseball #Halos #GetYourRedOn #Angels #TheHaloWay

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Valbuena is out of the lineup Wednesday against Oakland, Jeff Fletcher of The Orange County Register reports. With the left-handed Sean Manaea headed to the hill for the A's, Valbuena will be withheld from Wednesday's lineup. Cliff Pennington will fill in at the hot corner and hit seventh in place of Valbuena. ( via CBSSports.com) #RedNation #AngelsBaseball #Halos #GetYourRedOn #Angels #TheHaloWay

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Norris (knee) was activated from the disabled list Wednesday, Jeff Fletcher of The Orange County Register reports. As expected, Norris was brought off the DL on Wednesday. He'll likely see frequent use now that he's back in full health, but doesn't look to be a good source of saves as Blake Parker is being used as the Angels' primary ninth inning option. So far this season, Norris has pitched 51 innings over 54 games and posted a 4.41 ERA and 1.33 WHIP. ( via CBSSports.com) #RedNation #AngelsBaseball #Halos #GetYourRedOn #Angels #TheHaloWay

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