Although we are only in the second week of the season there are several teams that are impressing MLB fans early on.

One team that is on a four-game winning streak is the Los Angeles Angels, managed by MLBbro Ron Washington. When Washington was hired last November, the Angels were hoping that he could bring his 40+ years of experience to a team that has had many woes over the past few years. The last time he managed a squad he reached consecutive World Series with the Texas Rangers in 2010 and 2011.



The MLBbro also won a World Series as the third-base coach for the Atlanta Braves in 2021.


Ron Washington Changing LA Angels Fans Losing Expectations


Angels’ fans had to feel like they were destined for another losing season when they started 0-2, losing both games in blowout fashion to the Baltimore Orioles.

However, after the second loss, the MLBbro in charge called a team meeting. This seems very premature given how early it is in the season, but the MLBbro manager has witnessed what it takes to have success and it was evident to him that his ballclub was not giving him what was needed.

The Angles would win the next game against the Orioles 4-1, and then go on to sweep the Miami Marlins.


Now winners of four in a row, Ron and the Angels have their home opener tonight against the Boston Red Sox. Winning this series against the Red Sox will go a long way for the team’s confidence and their direction going forward. While there are not high expectations for the Angels this season, the MLBbro manager turns 72 this month, and does not seem like he wants to just have a lame duck year.


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With one of the best players in the game in Mike Trout, the hopeful breakout of young MLBbro Jo Adell and a possible resurgence of MLBbro Aaron Hicks, Washington can exceed expectations and compete in a crowded American League West Division. It is very early in the 162-game marathon that is the MLB season, but the MLBbro manager and his coaching staff, seem up for the challenge.



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