by Marty Gitlin | CBSSports.com
Angels promote shortstop, two relievers from minors
The Angels have promoted shortstop Ryan Jackson and relievers Cam Bedrosian and Mike Morin in a flurry of moves Sunday, per the Orange County Register. Jackson has just two hits in 24 major league at-bats with no plate appearances this year. Bedrosian had been demoted last week after allowing 23 hits in 19 innings and a 4.74 ERA this season. Morin has been worse in 2015 despite appearing in 29 games. He owns a disturbing 7.43 ERA.
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Angels demote pitcher Cam Bedrosian
The Angels sent pitcher Cam Bedrosian down to Triple-A after Saturday's 5-0 loss to the Orioles, reports the Orange County Register. Bedrosian allowed one run over 1 1/3 innings during Saturday's loss. He has a 4.74 ERA over 19 innings of work this season. Bedrosian was optioned to make room for Jered Weaver, who will come off the DL and start Sunday's game.
by Jason Lempert | Staff Writer
Angels summon RP Cam Bedrosian from Triple-A on Monday
The Angels have recalled right-hander Cam Bedrosian from Triple-A Salt Lake. Bedrosian has made 15 relief appearances for the Angels so far this season, posting a 4.36 ERA in 15 2/3 innings.
by Michael Hurcomb | Fantasy Writer
Angels option reliever Cam Bedrosian to Triple-A
The Angels optioned reliever Cam Bedrosian to Triple-A Salt Lake after Tuesday's game against the Yankees, according to The Orange County Register. He has a 4.60 ERA through 15 relief appearances this season for Los Angeles.
by Brandon Wise | Staff Writer
Angels pitcher Cam Bedrosian knocked around in first appearance
Angels pitcher Cam Bedrosian didn't receive a warm welcome to the majors on Sunday. Bedrosian, who was called up to replace the injured Mike Morin, allowed three runs on four hits in just 1/3 of an inning in Los Angeles' 6-1 loss to the Red Sox. "Had to give him the ball and hopefully give him a chance to get his feet on the ground and get a good inning," manager Mike Scioscia said to the Orange County Register. "The stuff looked good but he couldn't command it enough to be effective."
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Angels place Mike Morin on DL, call up Cam Bedrosian
The Angels placed reliever Mike Morin on the 15-day disabled list with a strained left oblique. Morin left Saturday's game with the injury. To replace him, the Angels called up Cam Bedrosian from Triple-A Salt Lake. Morin is 1-1 with a 6.00 ERA in 20 appearances. Bedrosian is 1-0 with a 3.15 ERA at Salt Lake.
by Ted Leshinski | Staff Writer
Angels send pitcher Cam Bedrosian back to Triple-A
The Angels have sent pitcher Cam Bedrosian back to Triple-A Salt Lake following the team's loss on Tuesday, the organization has announced.Bedrosian had been recalled by the Angels from Triple-A on April 21.During his breif stint with the big club, Bedrosian allowed no runs and three hits in three innings over two relief appearances.
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Angels recall RHP Cam Bedrosian from Triple-A
The Angels recalled right-hander Cam Bedrosian from Triple-A Salt Lake prior to Tuesday's game against the A's, per the Orange County Register. Bedrosian pitched eight scoreless innings while striking out 13 at Triple-A this season. The team optioned first baseman and outfielder Efren Navarro to Triple-A, per the Los Angeles Times. "I have been throwing the ball well I think," Bedrosian said, per the Orange County Register. "Once I got sent down (in spring training) there were a couple things I was working on and so far it's working."
by Shawn Krest | CBSSports.com
Angels send down Cam Bedrosian, Adam Wilk
The Angels sent down two pitchers on Saturday. RHP Cam Bedrosian was sent to the minor leagues. The Angels' first-round draft pick in 2010 had a 5.06 ERA in five games this spring. LHP Adam Wilk was also demoted. The 27-year-old had a 3.68 ERA in six games.
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Angels' Cam Bedrosian working on location this season
Angels reliever Cam Bedrosian is working on his location this season, according to MLB.com. Bedrosian strugged in 19 1/3 innings last season, but knows his stuff can play in the majors. For him, it's all about putting the ball in the right place. "The big thing is just keeping the ball down," he said. "A lot of times last year, it was up too much, getting too excited. Guys get in the box, and you want to do too much with it. The only thing I have to do is just keep the ball down." Bedrosian said minor-league players will bite on high fastballs, but stressed that players are "a lot more disciplined" in the majors. Though Bedrosian faces an uphill battle to open the year on the 25-man roster, that's his goal this spring. The 23-year-old posted a 6.52 ERA over 19 1/3 innings in the majors last season.