Hanson to miss another turn in rotation

Hanson to miss another turn in rotation

CHICAGO -- Angels starter Tommy Hanson will miss at least a second consecutive turn through the rotation while on the restricted list to deal with the aftermath of his step-brother's death.

Angels manager Mike Scioscia confirmed on Sunday that Barry Enright will start again on Wednesday, which was Hanson's next scheduled start, and said there's "no timetable yet" for when the 27-year-old right-hander will return to the team.

"He's working through the process," Scioscia said of Hanson. "He's been in contact with a lot of us, and hopefully he'll get through this tough situation and be ready to come back."

Hanson, 2-1 with a 3.86 ERA in his first five starts, also missed a start while on the bereavement list to deal with the same situation from April 22-28. There's no limit for how much time a player can be on the restricted list.

Enright pitched 3 1/3 innings and was charged with five earned runs, four of which came in a fourth inning he couldn't finish, during Friday's comeback win over the White Sox.

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