Angels' Taylor Cole: Inks minors deal with Angels
The Angels signed Cole to a minor-league contract last week, Rob Fai of MiLB.com reports.
Cole rose from the Midwest League all the way to the majors last season, culminating in the right-hander making his MLB debut for the Blue Jays in August. He was lit up for four runs in one inning in that outing and ushered off the 40-man roster shortly thereafter while he was recovering from a fractured right toe. Now back to full strength, Cole will look to offer organizational rotational depth for the Angels. He'll likely report to Double-A Mobile or Triple-A Salt Lake.
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