Walsh was reassigned to minor-league camp Saturday. Walsh worked as a two-way player this spring. As a hitter, he posted an .890 OPS in 23 plate appearances. On the pitching side (the side of the ball where he has far less experience), he allowed three runs in 4.2 innings while recording a 3:4 K:BB. He's not on the 40-man roster, so his debut may not be imminent, but his flexibility (assuming he pitching well enough to stick with the experiment) opens up more avenues to an eventual big-league callup.
Walsh is working out as a two-way player this spring, Fabian Ardaya of The Athletic reports. Walsh spent the 2018 season as a first baseman and outfielder in the Angels' organization, slashing .277/.359/.536 with 29 homers and 99 RBI across the three highest levels of the minor leagues. He's adding another element to his repertoire in an effort to break camp in the big leagues. However, Walsh isn't on the 40-man roster right now, so he faces a bit of an uphill climb to garner an active roster spot. He does throw left-handed, though, and the Angels have few southpaws in the major-league bullpen.