Trout (shoulder tendinitis) threw for the first time on Monday morning and was scheduled to start as the designated hitter in a Minor League game, but could still be about two weeks away from appearing in his first spring game as an outfielder.
Cassevah (slight labrum tear) was slated for a 30-minute bullpen session, his first since a setback early last week caused him to temporarily shut it down. The 26-year-old right-hander, who posted a 2.72 ERA in 30 relief appearances for the Angels last year, plans to get in a simulated game in a few days and still hopes to avoid starting the season on the disabled list.
"I feel good," Cassevah said. "Those few days off, I think, really helped me."
Another reliever, right-hander Michael Kohn, is experiencing what manager Mike Scioscia called tenderness in his forearm and will be shut down for a couple of days. Kohn has hurled five scoreless Cactus League innings so far.