Looking at key LA Angels’ players and prospects doing in the minors.
Cody Ege –
Cody Ege was one of the best left-handed relievers the Angels had last season after being claimed off waivers from the Phillies. Ege pitched in 13 games in September and only allowed one run in 8.2 innings posting a 1.00 ERA while striking out nine batters. This Spring he was a contender for the Angels left-handed reliever spot in the bullpen, but was beaten out by Jose Alvarez.
In the Spring Ege was again very effective, allowing only one run in 8.2 innings and posting a 1.04 ERA with a1.04 WHIP and nine strikeouts. So far for Salt Lake City Ege has not fared so well posting a 2-2 record with a 5.79 ERA pitching 37.1 innings and allowing 24 earned runs with 39 strikeouts and a 1.45 WHIP.
Ege will most likely see a September call-up but probably nothing more unless there is an injury to Jose Alvarez.