Homegrown talent abundant for Angels

Updated: January 29, 2010, 2:59 PM ET
By Mark Saxon | ESPNLosAngeles.com

When Opening Day in Anaheim rolls around, odds are good the Angels will have an all-homegrown infield.

We're not just talking about going around the horn. It includes the starting pitcher and whichever catcher Manager Mike Scioscia decides to trot out, Jeff Mathis or Mike Napoli. In fact, if things go well against the Minnesota Twins, Scott Shields and Kevin Jepsen, both homegrown, might be the only other guys who pitch.

That's eight of the 12 Angels players in a game, products of ...

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