Jun 7, 2022; Anaheim, California, USA; Los Angeles Angels interim manager Phil Nevin (88) watches game action against the Boston Red Sox during the seventh inning at Angel Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Gary A. Vasquez-USA TODAY Sports

New manager, same result for the Los Angeles Angels.

Just hours after the Angels fired manager Joe Maddon, the team’s losing streak reached 13 games.

The Boston Red Sox beat the Halos 6-5 in 10 innings on Tuesday night at Angel Stadium, in Phil Nevin’s first game as interim manager for Los Angeles.

The 13-game losing streak is a single-season franchise record for the Angels.

The Angels jumped out to a 2-0 lead in the bottom of the first inning and took a 5-3 lead into the sixth inning. After four runs through the game’s first three innings, the Angels’ offense went quiet.

Making matters worse, and potentially much worse depending on the severity: Angels superstar Mike Trout exited in the third inning with a groin injury. He’d hit a two-run homer and a double in his two at-bats before leaving the game.

Entering May 16, the Angels were 24-13. Now, they’re 27-30 with 13 straight losses. The Angels have plummeted to 9.5 games back of the Houston Astros in the AL West, and they’re 2.5 games back of the Red Sox for the third AL Wild Card slot.

Here’s a look at how the baseball world is reacting to the Angels’ losing streak reaching a single-season franchise record of 13 games:

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