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Angels look to avoid slow start

Updated: February 13, 2014, 8:45 PM ET
Associated Press

TEMPE, Ariz. -- Angels manager Mike Scioscia said small changes are in store this spring to try to get the team off to a better regular-season start, an area that hurt Los Angeles the past two seasons.

Scioscia said Thursday that hitters would see more at-bats in the spring and starters could go into the third inning in their first spring starts. The standard has been two innings.

"I think there's definitely a focus on making sure our bullpens will be ready to go when we start the ...

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