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The interdivision rivalry between the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim and the Boston Red Sox is one of the most watched, most loved and most entertaining rivalries in the MLB. Both the Red Sox and the Angels of Anaheim play in the American League of Major League Baseball. However, while the Angels belong to the West Division, the Red Sox are part of the East Division. Over the years, they have met in both home and away games for the interdivision matches in the American League. This year too, both teams are scheduled to meet for a series of games at Fenway Park in Boston and Angel Stadium in Anaheim. Ready to go head to head with each other, the Red's and the Angel's are all geared up for this season of baseball.
The Boston Red Sox - Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim rivalry first began when an ill-placed bet put the two teams in each other's way. In 1933, Tom Yawkey acquired the Boston Red Sox. Twenty eight years later, in 1961, Gene Autry formed the Los Angeles Angels. In what was supposed to be a friendly showdown, the two owners decided to see which team would score more winning games in the forthcoming seasons. Since then, the two teams have been fierce rivals and fans are witness to the ferocity with which they face each other in the ballpark. The rivalry dates back to as early as 1967, when the Los Angeles Angels went to Fenway Park to meet the Red Sox in an away game.
The Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim were formed in 1961, and over the years, they have become a formidable team on the field. Recent years have seen them climb the rankings and become stronger on the field. To date, they have won eight Division titles, one American League Pennant and one World Series. Even when they might not be winning a lot of games, they have been known to draw some of the largest crowds to the ballpark when they are playing. Previous years have seen Hall Of Fame players such as Eddie Murray, Dick Williams, Frank Robinson and Whitey Herzog play for the Angels of Anaheim.
This year, General Manager Jerry Dipoto is bringing a roster full of talent and raw energy to the ball park. Garrett Richards, Jose Alvarez, Hank Conger, Tommy Field, Kevin Jepsen and Matt Shoemaker are all ready to sweep the opposition off the field. While the Boston Red Sox might be one of the strongest teams around, they will face strong competition this year around, since the Angels are bent upon bringing their A-game.
The Boston Red Sox are one of the oldest, most celebrated and most popular MLB franchise's currently playing in the American league. Formed in 1901, the team has become the epitome of the ultimate baseball team. Following the trade of the legendary Babe Ruth in 1919, the team was considered to be under the "Curse of the bambino." However, the 2000's saw the team turn its luck around as it won World Series titles in 2004, 2007 and 2013. Overall, the team has won eight World Series titles, thirteen American League Pennants and seven East Division titles. Their Hall of Fame includes big names like Jimmie Foxx, Jimmy Collins, Ted Williams and Jim Rice. And this year, the current roster is determined to make history yet again.
Some of the greatest, most exhilarating games have been played between these two teams. Fans still remember the 1986 American League Championship series which ended with the One-Strike-Away game. The eye-popping incident of 1967 when the Red Sox fielder was hit by a pitch in the eye is still fresh in memory. And the famous 1965 riot that caused chaos in the ballpark is impossible to forget. Both the teams have a legacy of playing phenomenal games and have displayed an aggressive drive to win, when it comes to their rivalry. To watch them battle it out on the diamond, purchase Red Angel tickets today.