Los Angeles Angels 2024 TV Schedule & How to Watch Games

The Los Angeles Angels played their inaugural season in 1966 and are part of the American League West. They play their MLB schedule home games at Angel Stadium in Anaheim, California. Check out the 2024 Los Angeles Angels TV scheduleright here to make sure you never miss a single steal, home run or seventh inning stretch of the upcoming season.


Los Angeles Angels Quick Facts:

Founding Season: 1966
Division: American League West
Home Ballpark: Angel Stadium
World Series Titles: 1 (2002)
2023 Finish: Did not make the playoffs

How Did the Los Angeles Angels Do in 2023?

The Angels wrapped up the season with a 73-89 record, marking a .451 winning percentage and a -0.6 run differential. Their performance did not lead to a notable postseason run.

Averaging 4.6 runs per game, the Angels will look to strengthen their pitching staff and increase their offensive production to improve their chances for a successful 2024 season and beyond.

Los Angeles Angels Schedule

Don’t miss a second of the Angels’ 2024 baseball season. Explore the full Los Angeles Angels schedule right here and know exactly where to watch every game.

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How to Watch the Los Angeles Angels in 2024

If you can’t make it out to the ballpark, there are plenty of other ways to catch every game of the Los Angeles Angels’ 2024 schedule on DIRECTV. Below are a few places where you can watch the Angels’ baseball games.

BALLY SPORTS WEST (Regional Sports Network) – DIRECTV Channel 693



ESPN – DIRECTV Channel 206

ESPN 2– DIRECTV Channel 209


ABC – Find your local ABC channel

FOX – Find your local FOX channel

Top Los Angeles Angels Players to Watch in 2024

The Angels took a bit of a hit to their star power with the loss of Shohei Ohtani to the Los Angeles Dodgers, but there’s still plenty of heavy hitters on board. Here are some top players on the Los Angeles Angels to watch this season:

  • Mike Trout, Center Field
  • Taylor Ward, Left Field
  • Anthony Rendon, Third Base
  • Zachary Neto, Shortstop

Los Angeles Angels Rivalries

And now a look at the Angels’ rivals.

The Freeway Series: Los Angeles Angels vs. Los Angeles Dodgers

Naturally, any time you have two teams sharing the same city – no matter how large it is – you’re going to end up with a juicy rivalry matchup. That’s the case between the Los Angeles Angels and their cross-town arch-rival, the Los Angeles Dodgers. Angels-Dodgers games normally sell out, and the two even came close to facing each other in the World Series in 2009. The Angels hold a slight lead in the series, though the Dodgers have been on a tear recently.

Watch the Angels take on the Dodgers on:

  • July 21 – 22
  • September 3 – 4

Los Angeles Angels vs. Oakland Athletics

With the Dodgers and the San Francisco Giants harboring a legendary rivalry, why not pit the other LA team against the Giants’ next-door neighbor, the Oakland Athletics? Turns out, that’s exactly what we’ve seen happen, and it’s made for a rivalry in which two teams have regularly battled each other in the playoffs.

Watch the Angels take on the A’s on:

  • June 24 – 26
  • July 2 – 4
  • July 19 – 21
  • July 25 – 28

Los Angeles Angels vs. Texas Rangers

Only two teams have ever thrown perfect games against each other in MLB history. You guessed it: The Los Angeles Angels and the Texas Rangers. And that’s just one particularly interesting part of the feud between these two teams. Let’s not forget the fist fights and heated exchanges of words we’ve seen in recent years, too.

The Angels will take on the Rangers on:

  • May 17 – 19
  • July 8 – 10
  • September 5 – 8
  • September 27 – 29

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