Worth noting

• Ryan Madson didn't throw a bullpen session on Saturday, as was originally planned. Madson threw his most intense bullpen session this spring on Wednesday, mixing in changeups and throwing his last few pitches at full intensity. The 32-year-old needs more time to bounce back before he'll get on the mound again. His next bullpen session hasn't been scheduled.

• Scioscia confirmed on Saturday that Mark Trumbo, as expected, will start in left field in Monday's season opener against the Reds, with Mike Trout moving to center field and Peter Bourjos available to come off the bench. It's slated to be 47 degrees, and mostly cloudy, at game time in Cincinnati on Opening Day, per Weather.com.

• Spring Mobile Park, home of the Angels' Triple-A affiliate in Salt Lake City, hosted its first Spring Training game in more than 50 years on Saturday, when the Mariners and Rockies squared off in their final contest before Opening Day. Tickets for the game -- capacity crowd is just over 15,000 -- sold out approximately 10 minutes after they went on sale.

• The Angels' 5K and Fun Run took place earlier on Saturday, with more than 5,500 participants -- up from last year -- running a course through Angel Stadium. All proceeds from the event go toward the Angels Baseball Foundation.

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