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Moura also notes in his column that potential closer Cam Bedrosian is a bit behind schedule as he battles a groin strain that he suffered on Tuesday. While not a significant cause for concern, Bedrosian’s general health is a key factor for the Halos this season after the righty’s season was cut short by a finger injury and then a blood clot in his right arm which required surgical repair. Prior to his injury, the 25-year-old was somewhat quietly one of baseball’s most dominant relievers in 2016, pitching to a 1.12 ERA with a 51-to-14 K/BB ratio in 40 1/3 innings. Bedrosian will compete with Huston Street and Andrew Bailey for the closer’s role with the Halos, as MLBTR’s Jason Martinez recently outlined when breaking down the #Angels’ upcoming spring training battles. ( via MLB Trade Rumors) #RedNation #angelsbaseball #Halos


#Angels righty Matt Shoemaker pitched off a mound for the first time since suffering a truly terrifying skull fracture last September, writes Pedro Moura of the L.A. Times. The 30-year-old underwent emergency surgery to halt bleeding in his skull after he was struck in the head by a 105-mph liner off the bat of Kyle Seager late last season. Shoemaker has been using a carbon-fiber headguard in an effort to protect him in the event of similar instances in the future, Moura notes, though he may experiment with other types of headgear during Spring Training games as well. ( via MLB Trade Rumors) #RedNation #angelsbaseball #Halos


While it seems that the #Angels‘ first base situation is ripe for a platoon, Maria Guardado of writes, GM Billy Eppler is planning to watch the candidates closely this spring to see how the playing time should be divvied up. “It’s not something that we have to decide until the very end,” he said. “I’m very pragmatic with decisions. I like to wait until the 11th hour all the time, so we’ll just see how it goes. You’ll see plenty of Luis Valbuena, C.J. Cron and Jefry Marte, and a little sprinkle of Matt Thaiss early on. You’ll see all those guys, but ultimately we’ll save that decision for the last possible minute.” While there was some chatter at the time of Valbuena’s signing that Cron could be on the trade block, that never seemed terribly realistic given the relative lack of demand for limited sluggers and the Halos’ own roster needs with Albert Pujols working back from foot surgery. ( via MLB Trade Rumors) #RedNation #angelsbaseball #Halos


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Jered Weaver is going to wear No. 27 with the Padres because he wants to hit like Mike Trout Jered Weaver racked up 150 victories and three top-five Cy Young Award finishes with the Angels, but he collected only four singles, with the last coming back in 2012. Not too surprising considering that he's, you know, a pitcher in the American League. But when it came time to pick out his number after signing with the Padres, Weaver knew the best person to emulate: Mike Trout and his No. 27. Players choosing the number of a player they grew up idolizing isn't very strange. Choosing the number of your ex-teammate that is nine years younger? That's a little different. "I figured I've got to hit [with the Padres]," the hurler told's AJ Cassavell. "I went Mike Trout on them, so maybe that'll help with my hitting. The numbers were slim pickings. I texted Trout and asked him if it was OK. He said he couldn't wait to see 27 on my back." While Weaver did put together an epic two-game hitting streak in 2010, if the right-hander comes out of Spring Training showing off power, speed and a patient batting eye, I think we'll know: It's not the player that has won two MVP awards and finished second three other times -- it's the number. ( via Michael Clair and AJ Cassavell / )


The Padres have agreed to terms veteran righty Jered Weaver to a one-year deal, Fan Rag’s Jon Heyman tweets. USA Today’s Bob Nightengale was the first to tweet a deal was close. Weaver will receive $3MM, as Heyman tweets and SB Nation’s Chris Cotillo confirms. Weaver can also receive a $250K assignment bonus. Weaver is a client of the Boras Corporation. ( via MLB Trade Rumors)


#Angels owner Arte Moreno said club will stay at Angel Stadium until at least 2028. He also said the team has focused on opening up spending on payroll for the 17-18 winter and beyond. Will have lots of $ coming off this yr ( via Jeff Fletcher of O.C Register)


#Angels Mike Trout said he opted against playing in the WBC because of a "personal decision." Said maybe someday. ( via Jeff Fletcher of O.C Register)


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