"We'll see where he is, but we'll have some time to look at it tomorrow, and if he's able to do the things he needs to do, he'll pitch," Angels manager Mike Scioscia said.
If Williams is unable to pitch, Matt Shoemaker is one of the options the Angels would consider.
• The Angels lead the league in going from first to third on a single, as they have done so 103 times this season. The league average is 80, and Texas and Cleveland are tied for second with 92.
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