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92-70, 883 Runs, 761 Runs Allowed
Mike Scioscia (97-65)
Ballpark: Angel Stadium of Anaheim
(2nd of 14)
(Over 100 favors batters, under 100 favors pitchers.)
Batting - 99, Pitching - 98
Batting - 102, Pitching - 102
Postseason: Lost AL Championship Series (4-2)
to New York Yankees Won AL Division Series (3-0)
over Boston Red Sox
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