Wilson continues to rehab shoulder

Wilson continues to rehab shoulder

ANAHEIM -- Left-hander C.J. Wilson, recovering from a left shoulder injury, rejoined the Angels from extended spring training on Friday and continued his throwing program.

He said he extended his throwing distance to 90 feet, at about 75 percent effort.

"It feels pretty good," Wilson said, adding that, as he increases his throwing, he can reduce his shoulder-strengthening exercises somewhat.

Radinsky returns in limited role

Bullpen coach Scott Radinsky, who was hospitalized for an undisclosed issue on the just-concluded road trip, was back in uniform before Monday's game, during early batting practice. But manager Mike Scioscia said Radinsky, while he's feeling better, is not ready to resume his in-game duties.

"He's still got some tests to go through," Scioscia said.

Earl Bloom is a contributor for MLB.com based in Anaheim. This story was not subject to the approval of Major League Baseball or its clubs.