Looking at key LA Angels’ players and prospects doing in the minors.
Other Notable Pitchers –
Valdez was fairly effective last season once the Angels acquired him from Detroit going 2-3 with a 4.22 ERA striking out 22 batters in 23 innings. However, after a brief call-up to the Angels in May, the Angels put him on waivers and the San Diego Padres claimed him thus ending his career with the Angels.
Vicente Campos was thought to be a longshot to win the 5th starter spot in Spring Training, but he did not pitch very well. Campos made two appearances and allowed five runs with two strikeouts and posted a 22.50 ERA in the Spring. Campos has been pitching in Salt Lake ever since and has not pitched much better going 0-2 and posting an 8.80 ERA.
Campos has pitched 15.1 innings and allowed 22 hits striking out nine batters while walking 12. His WHIP 2.22. Campos is a longshot to be called up this season unless he turns it around soon.
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We hope you have enjoyed this look at some the Angels in the minors. Within the next week you will see another story on some of the Angels prospects across the minors who you may nt always hear about in the top prospect reports.