• Most of the Angels' everyday players will take part in a workout at Tempe Diablo Stadium on Tuesday, then fly out to Southern California -- rather than play in the night game against the D-backs at Salt River Fields -- for a Wednesday workout leading into the three-game, exhibition Freeway Series against the Dodgers. Center fielder Peter Bourjos is among the few regulars who will stay.
• Wednesday's Cactus League finale will mainly be pitched by Angels relievers, with scheduled starter C.J. Wilson throwing in an intrasquad game in Tempe, on Thursday, putting him on five days' rest leading into his first regular-season start on April 3. Joe Blanton, Jason Vargas and Tommy Hanson are slated to pitch the three Freeway Series games, respectively. Opening Day starter Jered Weaver will pitch Tuesday night against the D-backs.
• Kevin Jepsen gave up a run on a single, a stolen base and a couple of groundouts in the third inning against the White Sox on Tuesday. It was Jepsen's first Cactus League game since March 9 -- though he threw in a Minor League game on Friday -- because of a previous bout with right triceps tightness. Angels manager Mike Scioscia said Jepsen, who has pitched in four Cactus League games, "should have enough work to be ready for the season if he finishes these outings" the rest of the spring.
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