Moseley sharp again

Dustin Moseley continued his impressive march toward a spot in the Angels’ rotation with his most effective effort yet of the spring.

Stretching it out to five innings, Moseley held the White Sox scoreless on four hits and a walk, striking out four men. Three of the four were caught looking, indicating Moseley had his two-seam fastball getting excellent late movement. He was effective down in the zone, creating seven outs on the ground.

Moseley’s biggest predicament came in the third following back-to-back singles with two outs, but dangerous Jim Thome grounded out to Howie Kendrick on a fine play at second base.

Moseley has yielded four earned runs across 14 Cactus League innings, but two of those were gifts on a windblown pop fly in the sun that Erick Aybar couldn’t find.

1 Comment

I’m jealous, Lyle, it must be pure heaven hanging out in Tempe these days. . .Moseley hitting his spots is a thing of beauty to behold, indeed! I hope he grabs the 4th starter spot, and Loux takes #5. And, for the h*ll of it, here’s a BeesGal lineup*:
Figgins (LF)
Willits, R (CF)
Abreu, B (RF)
Guerrero V (DH)
Morales, K (1B)
Brown, M (3B)
Wood, B (SS)
Rodriguez, S (2B)
Mathis, J (C)
Loux, S (P)
*No doubt this selection will irritate a few roto-league managers out there. If it helps smooth a few ruffled feathers, bear in mind your truly doesn’t play fantasy leagues, so there’s nothing at stake in my $0.02. And besides, it’s still early. I mean, we haven’t even reached the Final Four! . . . .Yours in peace and hope, . . .BeesGal

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