Worth noting

Worth noting

• Defenseman Cam Fowler, forward Nick Bonino and goalie Viktor Fasth of the NHL's Anaheim Ducks put on Angels T-shirts and shorts and took batting practice in the back fields of the Tempe Diablo Stadium complex on Sunday.

• In his third spring appearance, Josh Hamilton served as the designated hitter for the second straight time Sunday, with Angels manager Mike Scioscia preferring to ease him in. Hamilton, who went 1-for-2 and scored a run, is able to fully participate in workouts and Scioscia expects him to start in right field again at some point next week. "He's doing drills, just trying to get his arm where it needs to be, get the spring stiffness out, and he can do it at DH," Scioscia said.

• Bill Hall, who left Wednesday's game early with tightness in his right quad, is able to take batting practice but hasn't been on the field for workouts. The veteran infielder anticipates being ready to go in a couple of days.

• Switch-hitter Luis Rodriguez, fighting for the Angels' reserve infield spot, is batting .467 (7-for-15) this spring. "Both sides of the plate, he's been a tough out," Scioscia said. "He hits the ball hard from both sides of the plate, and we'll see where we are a month from now."

• After Sunday's game, the Angels sent catchers Jett Bandy, Carlos Ramirez and Zach Wright to Minor League camp. Coaches Jim Gott, Bill Hasselman, Orlando Mercado and Mike Micucci will also be working out of the Minor League complex.