Angels use Nickelback walk up songs in effort to break losing streak

The Los Angeles Angels are in a bad way right now.

Headed into Wednesday, the Angels have plummeted down the standings, losing 13 straight and firing manager Joe Maddon in the process. The Philadelphia Phillies, especially, had quite the turn around against the Angels in the last week, smashing dinger after dinger after firing their own manager, Joe Girardi.

So yeah, things aren’t going well for the Angels right now. It’s so bad, in fact, that the Angels are turning towards a surprising source of hope… Nickelback. Yes, that Nickelback.

Instead of the Angels usual walk up songs, the team unanimously used Nickelback before their at bats during Wednesday’s game against the Boston Red Sox in an effort to break their losing streak.

How did this come about, you ask? Likely because the Angels quality assurance coach Tim Buss likes Nickelback and plays their songs on the staff busses!

Listen, you gotta do what you gotta do in order to break a slump. And boy are the Angels down bad something fierce right now.

MLB fans, as expected, fired off jokes at the Angels expense for resorting to such a hokey tactic to get their mojo back.

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