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OC Register: With key regulars staying home, Angels fall to White Sox on road

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THE GAME: Playing without most of their regulars, the Angels managed just five hits in a 5-1 Cactus League loss to the Chicago White Sox on Thursday in Glendale, Ariz.

PITCHING REPORT: Left-hander Tyler Anderson walked the first two hitters of the game, after not walking anyone in his first three outings this spring. Both came around to score. “It’s really frustrating,” Anderson said. “You never want to walk anyone ever, and especially the first two. It just reaffirms that when they both score.” Anderson gave up one more run in his outing, which lasted 3⅔ innings. He has not made it through four innings yet. Anderson has allowed six earned runs in 12 innings, with 14 strikeouts and two walks this spring. … Left-hander Drew Pomeranz pitched 1⅓ scoreless innings, with one walk and one strikeout. Pomeranz has allowed four runs in six innings this spring, and all four scored in one of his seven outings. … Left-hander José Suarez gave up two runs in three innings, the first two runs he’s allowed this spring.

HITTING REPORT: The Angels had a patchwork lineup, even by spring training standards, with Mike Trout, Anthony Rendon and Taylor Ward playing in a minor league game, and Zach Neto and Brandon Drury out with illnesses. … Miguel Sanó was hitless in three at-bats, with two strikeouts. Sanó, who is fighting for a roster spot, is 6 for 33 (.182) this spring. … Mickey Moniak lined a pair of singles into right field. Moniak is 10 for 30 (.333) this spring. … Jake Marisnick singled, improving to 12 for 31 (.387) this spring.

DEFENSE REPORT: Moniak made a nice catch at the right field warning track. … Sanó, who was playing third, had a grounder deflect off his glove, but shortstop Luis Rengifo picked it up quickly enough to get the out at first. … Suarez fielded a squeeze bunt, quickly tagged the runner but then made an errant throw home. Moments later, the White Sox tried to score when a ball got past catcher Caleb Hamilton, but he flipped the ball to Suarez covering the plate in time for the out.

UP NEXT: Angels (RHP José Soriano) vs. Mariners (TBD) at Tempe Diablo Stadium, Friday, 1:10 p.m. PT, Bally Sports West, 830 AM

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