• Ryan Madson, currently getting treatment in Arizona, hasn't thrown off a mound since pitching to hitters for the first time on April 19 and isn't even playing catch at the moment. "Some of the elements have been slow to develop and it's been a little frustrating," Scioscia said. "But in the big picture, he's made a lot of progress in the last three weeks. Hopefully once he gets over this hurdle, we won't be looking back."
• Erick Aybar (bruised left heel) had the day off on Sunday, after playing three games of extended spring training in Arizona, and will start for Triple-A Salt Lake on Monday -- though Scioscia isn't sure if that will be his last game before getting activated.
• Alberto Callaspo (right calf strain) had a full workout on Sunday, will get a day off on Monday and is slated to start for Class A Inland Empire on Tuesday. The switch-hitting third baseman could be activated next weekend, during the Angels' home series against the Orioles.
• Jered Weaver (broken left elbow) played catch for the third time since landing on the disabled list prior to Sunday's game, making throws on his own and stretching out to 90 feet. The Angels' ace will play catch on an everyday basis if he feels good, but Scioscia said he won't throw off a mound until he backs up to 180 feet.
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