Anaheim Angels: As Mark Saxon of the Orange County Register points out, when you've spent as long a time in the minors as Brendan Donnelly did, a minor league rehab stint is the last thing you want to do. Donnelly, who didn't make his big league debut until he was 30, is currently at Lancaster in the California League and is resisting a switch to Triple A before rejoining the Angels. Saxon reports that when he does return, he will not get his set-up job back as Francisco Rodriguez has been lights out so far in that role. Donnelly could rejoin the team by the end of the weekend.
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