TEMPE, Ariz. -- Mike Napoli has been unable to throw this spring following offseason surgery on his right shoulder. His swing looks just fine, though.
"All day long we had good at-bats," Angels manager Mike Scioscia said. "For the first game, that's a little bit odd, but we did and that's great."
The game drew 2,246 fans at Tempe Diablo Stadium, which has a capacity of 9,558.
Napoli split time with Jeff Mathis at catcher last season, when he had 20 homers in 227 at-bats. Napoli is expected to begin throwing drills later this week.
Chicago left-hander Clayton Richard worked two hitless innings with one walk in his spring debut as a starter. He was 2-5 with a 6.04 ERA in 13 appearances last season, including eight starts.
"I know what Richard can bring to the table," manager Ozzie Guillen said. "I don't know about Marquez. I'll have to watch him. If Colon and Contreras are with the White Sox on opening day, I'll take my chances."