AL West Predictions: Can the Astros Hold off the Mariners?

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Shohei Ohtani
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4th Place - Los Angeles Angels (76-86)

The Angels continue to be one of the most disappointing organizations in all of baseball. Having two of the top players in the league and only making the playoffs once since 2014 is quite laughable.

Superstar Shohei Ohtani is set to be a free agent next season and it's hard to see him staying with the Angels, especially with Mike Trout only getting older. They were able to add players like Hunter Renfroe, Brandon Drury, and Tyler Anderson, but that doesn't do much to this roster. The Angels finished 73-89 last season so my prediction is a small improvement, but not enough to end their playoff drought.