Worth noting

• The only two players who have yet to report to camp are third baseman Luis Jimenez (a native of the Dominican Republic) and infielder Luis Rodriguez (Venezuela). Both players are still sorting out visa issues. Jimenez is expected to start the 2013 season in Triple-A, while Rodriguez, obtained on a Minor League deal this offseason, is competing for the back-up infield spot. Without them, the Angels have 62 players in camp.

• Prior to Friday's first full workout, the Angels held a one-hour meeting in the home clubhouse at Tempe Diablo Stadium, and owner Arte Moreno was in attendance. There weren't really any rah-rah speeches, though -- just a typical Day 1 gathering where everyone introduced themselves. Asked about the general message, Scioscia said: "Everyone knows what our goal is, and we're going to work on just putting in that day-to-day work of climbing that ladder one rung at a time and getting to our goal."

• Scioscia doesn't feel Mike Trout, now at about 240, will be affected by coming in about 10 pounds heavier than he played at last season, saying: "I'm sure he'll start [the regular season] at the weight he was at the end of last year. I don't think there's any doubt of that. He's never had an issue with being in shape. This guy, he's a strong kid, he's big, and he's going to carry a little bit of extra weight."