TEMPE, Ariz. -- The Angels' pitchers and catchers hadn't left the clubhouse for their first workout of the spring when somebody asked manager Mike Scioscia if he was ready to name his Opening Day starter.
"You guys are good, man," Scioscia said.
The question figures to come up periodically over the next 43 days of camp, but Scioscia will be deflecting it for a while, possibly until the trucks are packed and heading back to Anaheim. Choosing a No. 1 starter from a deep, ...