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Alden Gonzalez ESPN Staff Writer 

Some good news for the Angels: Zack Cozart, heading into the final season of a $38M deal and limited to 96 games the last two years, is on track to be without restrictions in spring training. The Angels hope to give him as many at-bats as possible to make up for lost time. If he's right, he can be a regular at third or second base, with David Fletcher, Tommy La Stella and Luis Rengifo also factoring in. Makes that group look a whole lot better.

Alden Gonzalez ESPN Staff Writer 

Dylan Bundy might not be anything special, but he has averaged 168 innings over the last three years and the Angels, who went into the offseason seeking at least two starters, needed someone they could count on to remain healthy. They have suffered too many injuries and don't have the depth to absorb them.

Alden Gonzalez ESPN Staff Writer 

I remember a time, in the winter of 2012, when Angels fans were clamoring for Zack Greinke and instead got Joe Blanton. Today, with Angels fans clamoring for Gerrit Cole, the team traded for Dylan Bundy, a similar innings eater. This time, however, it truly feels like merely a depth move. The Angels needed at least two starters and by all accounts will continue to aim high.

Alden Gonzalez ESPN Staff Writer 

The Angels and the City of Anaheim have agreed to a new deal, as first reported by the OC Register. The city sells the stadium and the 153 acres of surrounding land to SRB Management, of which Angels owner Arte Moreno is a partner, for $325M.