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OC Register: José Suarez has scoreless outing, but hitters come up empty in loss to Padres

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THE GAME: The Angels managed just two hits in a 3-0 loss to the Padres on Wednesday at the Peoria Sports Complex in Peoria, Ariz.

PITCHING REPORT: Left-hander José Suarez pitched 2-1/3 scoreless innings on 49 pitches. All of the Angels’ starters and the candidates for the starting rotation have now pitched once this spring. Suarez struck out three and walked one. In the second inning, Suarez loaded the bases on a walk, a hit batter and a hit, but he escaped by getting Ha-Seong Kim on a pop-up. … Right-hander Archie Bradley made his Angels debut with a perfect inning. … Right-hander AJ Ramos gave up the first two runs of the game, including an unearned run. … Jimmy Herget gave up a run and two hits in one inning. … Right-hander Oliver Ortega pitched a perfect inning. He has retired all six hitters he’s faced this spring. … Right-hander José Marte also pitched a scoreless inning. “I liked Marte a lot,” Manager Joe Maddon said. “Marte is a completely different human being than we saw last year. … He’s in better shape. Everything moves better. He was able to throw 97 last year, but now he’s able to do that on a more consistent and longer basis.”

HITTING REPORT: Orlando Martinez, who is up from minor league camp, had a double, the Angels’ only hit. Martinez, 24, played last season at Double-A. Martinez doubled against Padres starter MacKenzie Gore, one of the top pitching prospects in baseball. … Trey Cabbage had the Angels’ other hit, an infield hit in the ninth inning.

DEFENSE REPORT: Left fielder Jo Adell was charged with an error when his throw to the plate was wide and bounced away from catcher Anthony Mulrine.

UP NEXT: Cubs at Angels, Thursday, 1 p.m. PT, Tempe Diablo Stadium, Bally Sports West, 830 AM

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