Worth noting

Worth noting

• Right-handed reliever Kevin Jepsen left Friday night's game after he was hit in his throwing hand with a line drive by Matt Dominguez in the seventh inning. Jepsen faced two batters, allowing singles to Chris Carter and Dominguez before exiting with a right hand contusion. The Angels said he will be re-evaluated Saturday.

Mark Trumbo was not in Friday's lineup but it is simply a day off.

• Tommy Hanson pitched five innings in his start for Triple-A Salt Lake on Friday, allowing two runs (one earned) on four hits. There is no timetable for how long he will be in Salt Lake. Angels manager Mike Scioscia said Hanson needs to "find his game."

Kole Calhoun is starting Friday night's game at first base. Although first base is not his primary position, Calhoun said it isn't something he opposes.

"It's a secondary position, but it's still something I take pride in," Calhoun said. "Days I don't start I try to get a little work in there, or when there is early BP I'll try to get some work in there."

William Boor is an associate reporter for MLB.com. This story was not subject to the approval of Major League Baseball or its clubs.