ANAHEIM -- The Angels have named 20 players who are not on the 40-man roster but will be invited to Spring Training in Tempe, Ariz.
The group includes recently signed veterans such as corner infielder Jorge Cantu, left-handed-hitting corner outfielder Ryan Langerhans, catcher Robinzon Diaz and right-handed starter Eric Hurley.
It also consists of several Angels Minor Leaguers, including right-hander Matt Schoemaker, who posted a 3.15 ERA in 27 starts at Double-A and Triple-A last year; 7-foot-1 reliever Loek Van Mil; 20-year-old second baseman Taylor Lindsey, who was the 37th overall Draft pick in 2010; and right fielder Kole Calhoun, who hit .324 with 22 homers and 99 RBIs in High A last year. Also heading to Spring Training will be right-handed reliever Francisco Rodriguez and slick-fielding first baseman Efren Navarro, both of whom saw time with the Angels last year.
The Angels have their 40-man roster filled and, for now, are slated to have 60 players in Spring Training, including top prospects such as outfielder Mike Trout (rated the No. 1 overall prospect by MLB.com), shortstop Jean Segura (No. 7 overall among shortstops), right-hander Garrett Richards (the third-ranked prospect on the Angels), infielder Alexi Amarista (fifth), right-hander Fabio Martinez (eighth), catcher Hank Conger and outfielder Jeremy Moore.
Angels pitchers and catchers will report Feb. 19, with the club's first full-squad workout following Feb. 27 and their first spring game taking place on March 5 against the American League West-rival Athletics in Phoenix.
Here's a full list of the Angels' non-roster invitees ...
Pitchers: Ryan Brasier, David Carpenter, Hurley, Matt Meyer (lefty), Rodriguez, Shoemaker, Daniel Tillman and Van Mil.
Catchers: Jett Bandy, Diaz, Carlos Ramirez and Alberto Rosario.
Infielders: Cantu, Lindsey, Navarro and Darwin Perez.
Outfielders: Calhoun, Doug Deeds, Langerhans and Matt Long.
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