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Ben Revere and Eric Young Jr. ripped back-to-back home runs in the second inning and Yusmeiro Petit turned in a strong start as an Angels split squad topped the Mariners, 9-8, under overcast skies at Peoria Stadium on Wednesday afternoon.
Shortstop Andrelton Simmons returned to Angels camp Wednesday after playing for the Netherlands in the World Baseball Classic and said he enjoyed the experience despite the Dutch team's heartbreaking exit from the tournament.
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JC Ramirez didn't expect to still be starting for the Angels in the sixth week of Spring Training. When the Halos told him they wanted to try him as a starter this spring, he figured they'd give him two outings before moving him back to the bullpen.
Reds starter Cody Reed pitched 5 2/3 shutout innings and Ryan Raburn homered, but the Angels rallied with five unearned runs in the seventh inning to win Tuesday afternoon's Cactus League matchup, 9-1, at Goodyear Ballpark.
Angels right-hander Huston Street visited Dr. Steve Yoon in Los Angeles on Monday and said his strained right lat is healing as expected, keeping him on track to resume throwing at the end of the month.
Left-hander John Lamb said he will travel to Los Angeles on Monday to see back specialist Robert Watkins. Lamb underwent surgery in October to repair a herniated disc in his back and is hoping to receive the green light to begin a throwing program.
If, by now, you're a sports fan who doesn't know about the greatness of Mike Trout, that's what's really fishy. It's your own darn fault. At 25 years old, Trout is entering what is, essentially, his sixth full season in the big leagues, which is kind of hard to believe.
Dustin Garneau's three-run homer and Rafael Ynoa's solo shot lifted the Rockies early, but the Angels scored four in the ninth inning to win, 8-7, on Thursday in a game featuring solid work by both starting pitchers at Salt River Fields at Talking Stick.
With Opening Day less than three weeks away, the Angels' 25-man roster is beginning to take shape, though manager Mike Scioscia will still have tough decisions to make regarding the fifth starter spot and the bullpen.
Mike Morin, Keynan Middleton and Tyler Skaggs all took a break from their regular Spring Training schedules Thursday to coach Orlando Melendez, fellow Globetrotter Bucket Blakes and NASCAR drivers Bubba Wallace and Ryan Blaney through a series of baseball drills.
Displaying the durability that made him a postseason hero, left-hander Madison Bumgarner surrendered one hit in six innings on Wednesday for the Giants, who responded to a late Angels rally and rode a pair of RBIs from Michael Morse to a 7-4 win at Scottsdale Stadium.