Worth noting

• Angels reliever Sean Burnett was slated to visit a doctor on Monday regarding the forearm irritation that prompted him to exit Sunday's game in the seventh inning. Scioscia said it's "in a different area" from the previous issue that forced him to miss 22 games on the disabled list earlier this season.

"I'm not really concerned; it is what it is," Burnett said Monday. "I have no control over that. It's just frustrating not being able to play and help my teammates."

• Hamilton has yet to see an allergist regarding his sinus issues. He was told to finish his current round of antibiotics first to see if that takes care of the issue. Hamilton still feels sinus congestion on most days.

• Peter Bourjos, placed on the DL four weeks ago with a left hamstring strain, resumed his running routine for the first time on Monday, jogging a third of the way on the warning track between foul poles, sprinting a third and then jogging the final third. The Angels center fielder is still a couple weeks away from returning.

Alden Gonzalez is a reporter for MLB.com. Read his blog, Gonzo and "The Show", and follow him on Twitter @Alden_Gonzalez. This story was not subject to the approval of Major League Baseball or its clubs.