Despite his disastrous start on the mound Friday, the Angels continue to believe that Shohei Ohtani is close to turning a corner in what has been an underwhelming spring.
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With Andrelton Simmons nursing a strained shoulder, Zack Cozart made his first start of the spring at shortstop for the Angels on Sunday against the Rangers at Tempe Diablo Stadium. It was familiar territory for Cozart, who exclusively played shortstop for his first seven years in the Majors, but he is now transitioning to third base after signing a three-year, $38 million contract in the offseason.
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