Rangers vs Angels - DraftKings Promo and Prediction
May 24, 2022
The Los Angeles Angels are set to host the Texas Rangers again this month in a two-series game starting this Tuesday. Both teams have faced each other previously in a three-series game where the Rangers win all three matches. Texas won at 4-7, 5-10, and 5-6 when the games were held from May 16 to May 19.
Why bet on Rangers?
✅ Rangers previously won all three games in a three-series game against the Angels.
✅ Pitcher Martín Pérez shut out in a game against the top team Houston Astros recently
✅ Kole Calhoun, Mitch Garver, and Nathaniel Lowe scored a run in the match against the Astros.
|Teams||Angels vs Rangers|
|When||Tuesday, May 24, 2022 | 9:38 PM ET|
|Venue||Angel Stadium, Anaheim, CA|
|Betting Pick||Rangers to win | Run line at -140|
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Which Rangers player should the Angels look out for?
Pitcher Martín Pérez threw a shutout in a recent game against top team Houston Astros on May 21
Will the team face each other again in the future?
Besides the second game held on Wednesday, May 25, the teams will meet each other again on July 28.
Angels vs Rangers
Los Angeles Angels
The Angels are actually ranked just above the Rangers at third in the American League West, but they have previously lost three games against them. Yet they gathered more wins in recent games against the Oakland Athletics last Friday to Sunday.
The team won two out of a three-series game against the A’s. They won the second game with 3-5 and the third with 1-4. They lost the first game at 4-2 held on their own home turf.
Their second game highlight includes starter Michael Lorenzen who was in the field for 6 innings allowing only 3 hits, 2 walks and struck out 5 players. The third game’s highlight was also a starter, Patrick Sandoval who struck out 7 players, allowing only 4 hits, 1 run, and 1 walk in the 7.1 innings he was in.
The Rangers’ rank might be just below the Angels at fourth on the board but they sure can handle an Angel as proven by their previous encounter. The trend is likely to extend to Tuesday’s match as well with the recent performance of pitcher Martín Pérez who shut out one of the best teams in the American League, the Houston Astros.
Pérez gave Texas one win over four series games against the Astros, the table leader of the AL West. By not allowing them to score, the pitcher just gave way for his teammates Kole Calhoun, Mitch Garver, and Nathaniel Lowe to score one run each to a total of 3.
Even if the Rangers did not get the most wins, the team was still able to follow the Astros’ score just slightly behind them.