The Los Angeles Angels are one of the most polarizing teams in MLB.
They have arguably the two best players in the sport on their roster, yet still struggle to win games.
Shohei Ohtani and Mike Trout are two players that all MLB fans want to see in the postseason.
Maybe this is the year they finally break through.
If the Angels can continue to match up with the Chicago White Sox they will have a great chance at becoming a playoff team.
Ohtani in particular loves facing off with the White Sox.
On Tuesday night, Ohtani hit a 435-foot home run in Chicago.
According to ESPN Stats & Info, it was his 10th career home run against the White Sox.
That is more than he has against any non-AL West opponent.
Shohei Ohtani hits a 435-ft HR against the White Sox, the longest HR at Guaranteed Rate Field this season.
It was the 10th of his career vs the White Sox, his most vs any team not in the AL West. pic.twitter.com/kC5OKZzF5Q
— ESPN Stats & Info (@ESPNStatsInfo) May 31, 2023
Believe it or not, Ohtani hit another two home runs against the White Sox on Wednesday, marking his 11th and 12th career homers against Chicago in only 31 games.
Ohtani seemingly does something special every night.
Whether it is on the mound or at the plate.
He is once again having another MVP-caliber season.
Many great players have that one team that they always dominate.
For Ohtani, it is the White Sox.
The Angels are currently in third place in the AL West.
They are chasing the defending champion Houston Astros and red-hot Texas Rangers.
MLB fans deserve to see this Angels team in the postseason.
But, they need to start playing better against the top teams in the league.NEXT: Mike Trout Started Wednesday With A Must-See Blast