• Manager Mike Scioscia visited hitting coach Don Baylor at UCI Medical Center on Wednesday morning, with other players and coaches trickling in later. Scioscia said Baylor looked "pretty comfortable" after surgery to repair a fractured right femur.
"Don is one tough guy," Scioscia added. "He's anxious to get back, too. He'll watch games while we're on the road and we'll text and talk, see what opinions he has."
• The Angels' international spending pool this season will be $2,383,700, 14th in the Majors. Last year, they had $1,993,700, which ranked 21st. They ultimately sold some of their slot values and spent $580,000 on left-hander Ricardo Sanchez, a 16-year-old from Venezuela who's already sitting at 94 mph consistently with his fastball. The international signing period starts July 2.
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