Anaheim Angels: It's not a good time to be an Angels pitching prospect. The injury demons are upon them. Bobby Jenks has had a recurrence of the stress reaction in his throwing elbow -- just like last year. Joe Torres, Ervin Santana and Joe Saunders have also had their share of physical difficulties of late, reports Mike DiGiovanna of the Los Angeles Times. Jenks fastball has reached the century mark on occasion but a loss of velocity tipped off the Angels that something was wrong. "We caught it before it got worse," general manager Bill Stoneman told DiGiovanna. "Our plan is to rest it, let it cool down. The encouraging thing is he came back after last year's injury and performed better than he did before he got hurt."
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