The game was called after nine innings.
Glaus went 2-for-2 with two RBI against Angels starter Jarrod
Washburn, who allowed six hits and five runs in four-plus innings.
Washburn walked three and struck out six.
"He left some balls up, but he's where he needs to be," Angels
manager Mike Scioscia said.
Washburn, 11-8 last season and in the final year of his
contract, has been traveling back and forth to Wisconsin to visit
his wife, Kerrie, who is due to deliver the couple's third child.
"Spring lets you see what pitches work and what pitches don't
work," Washburn said. "Hanging changeups won't work."
Angels closer Francisco Rodriguez gave up his first run of the
spring after six scoreless innings, allowing three hits in 1 2-3
Webb allowed three more runs in the sixth, and finished giving
up six hits and four runs with no walks and three strikeouts. He
led the majors with 119 walks last season.
"Brandon got a bit tired at the end," Diamondbacks manager Bob
Melvin said. "But you saw a lot of ground balls against a very
good lineup early in the game."