Jun 8, 2022; Anaheim, California, USA; Los Angeles Angels left fielder Jo Adell (7) hangs on to the ball as he collides with second baseman Jack Mayfield #9 for an out off a ball hit by Boston Red Sox shortstop Xander Bogaerts (2) in the eighth inning at Angel Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Jayne Kamin-Oncea-USA TODAY Sports

The Los Angeles Angels have extended their longest single-season losing streak in franchise history.

The Boston Red Sox took down the Angels 1-0 on Wednesday night in Anaheim. And with that, the Angels’ losing streak reaches 14 games.

The Angels entered this losing streak with a very strong 27-17 record. Their record is now 27-31, which has them 9.5 games back of the Houston Astros in the American League West, and 3.5 games back of the Red Sox for the third AL Wild Card slot.

It’s the third straight one-run loss for the Angels, and it’s their seventh one-run loss during the streak (along with playing baseball poorly, there’s some rough luck involved there too).

The Angels decided to try something different for this game: make every player’s walk-up music be a Nickelback song (and that’s not a Joe Maddon idea; he was fired on Tuesday and replaced by interim manager Phil Nevin).

Nickelback led to zero runs and another frustrating loss for the Angels (it also may have led to ears bleeding at Angel Stadium).

The Angels were without superstar outfielder Mike Trout, who left Tuesday’s game with a groin injury.

Here’s a glance at what baseball fans think of the Angels’ 14-game losing streak, as well as the Nickelback walk-off music:

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