Worth noting

Worth noting
• Yu Darvish, scratched from his Tuesday start for the Rangers due to stiffness in his neck, is slated to start Sunday's game against the Angels, opposite Zack Greinke.

• Angels first baseman Albert Pujols was honored on the field Wednesday with the Latino MVP Award, receiving a painting, a crystal and a proclamation by Anaheim mayor Tom Tait.

• Manager Mike Scioscia has hit Alberto Callaspo in the No. 5 spot of the lineup in five of the last six games. Scioscia admits Callaspo, more of a slap hitter who draws a lot of walks, isn't a prototypical 5-hitter. But with Mark Trumbo's struggles moving him down to the No. 8 spot, the Angels skipper believes Callaspo fits in perfectly, saying: "Right now, with the options that we have, I think Alberto's going to work a tough at-bat and put the ball in play. He's proved throughout the course of his career he can hit with guys in scoring position."

• With a crowd of 37,916, the Angels surpassed 3 million fans at Angel Stadium for the 10th straight season, a streak matched only by the Yankees in the American League. WIth one home game left, the Angels have drawn 3,024,303 fans. [21:54:29] lenhochberg: ok