Jerome Williams, placed on the disabled list after an asthma attack last week, is scheduled to throw roughly 75 pitches for Triple-A Salt Lake on Sunday. Williams will make at least two rehab appearances before being activated.
Despite being shut down from his throwing program twice, Angels catcher Chris Iannetta said his right forearm "feels great." A recent contrast MRI didn't show anything besides a strain and some inflammation. Iannetta will restart his throwing program in the next couple of days, with the hope of finally progressing towards a rehab assignment.
Those attending the Angels' home game against the Orioles next Friday will receive a poster of Trout's home run-robbing catch in Camden Yards. Supplies are limited, though.
On Thursday, July 26, Angels pitcher C.J. Wilson will host the fourth annual Throw Strikes Bowling Tournament to benefit Wilson's Children's Charities, the patients of the Hematology Clinic of CHOC Children's and The Hemostasis and Thrombosis Center at Children's Hospital Los Angeles.
The event will take place at 300 Anaheim, which is located on 321 West Katella Ave., and other Angels players are expected to attend. Festivities will include dinner, a raffle, bowling with prizes for top scores and Wilson serving as a deejay. A $50 donation allows entry to the event along with one free game of bowling and shoe rental. Tickets are available on Wilson's website, leftylefty.com, and at the door the day of the event.