• After Friday's 5-3 loss, the Angels optioned right-handed reliever Cam Bedrosian back to the Minor Leagues. That will clear up a roster spot for Gordon Beckham, who will be added on Saturday to give the Angels a four-man bench. Beckham, acquired from the White Sox for a player to be named or cash considerations on Thursday, will fill in at second base, third base and shortstop.
• A 3-inch pipe at the club level of Angel Stadium burst at 2 a.m. PT on Friday, causing water to pour out for roughly 15 to 20 minutes and prompting the Angels to close their team store. The flooding caused water damage on six levels, primarily the home-plate area, and affected the IT department, ticket office, downstairs news-conference area and the owner's suite. The team store will stay closed on Saturday, but Angels vice president of communications Tim Mead said "fan experience will not be affected" when the club returns home on Monday.
• Hector Santiago took a Josh Donaldson liner off the side of his left hand in Friday's fifth inning, an incident that left his hand swollen postgame. Santiago faced two more batters, getting a walk and a flyout, then left the game mainly because he had thrown 98 pitches. Santiago expects to make his next scheduled start on Wednesday.
• Infielder Grant Green, on the disabled list since July 23 because of a lumbar strain, was slated to start a rehab assignment for Triple-A Salt Lake on Friday until the game was postponed. Green is nonetheless scheduled to be activated next week, but he probably won't join the Angels until rosters expand in September because the newly acquired Beckham will fill a similar role.
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