Bolstered by the addition of Anthony Rendon, the 2020 Los Angeles Angels could have one of the most potent offenses ever.
Heading into the offseason, the Los Angeles Angels were looking to make a splash to catapult their team back into contention after missing the playoffs for five consecutive seasons and finishing a mediocre 70-92 in 2019. Pitching was at the top of their wish list, but after failing to land a big fish in the starter market, they ended up signing silver slugger Anthony Rendon.
General Manager Billy Eppler is counting on bounce-back years, low-risk/high-reward signings, and the return of Shohei Ohtani to rejuvenate the rotation. It will be up to the offense to do the rest. We might see plenty of 8-7 games at Angel Stadium this season.
But just how good is this Angels lineup? Well, Matt Vasgersian of MLB Network thinks the 2020 Angels could have one of the best lineups in franchise history.
Adding Anthony Rendon to a lineup already stacked with special hitters opens up the possibility for a special season. Let’s take a look at some of the best lineups in Angels history to see where this 2020 group could rank.
The most difficult task of comparing lineups between…