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Angels have some issues, clubhouse amenities aside

TEMPE, Ariz. - There were a couple of new looks around the Angels spring-training clubhouse when it opened Tuesday.

There was a new manager of course, Brad Ausmus. Television monitors were mounted on the walls for the first time. That development elicited a one-word reaction from left-handed starter Andrew Heaney: "Whoa."

Jaime Barria, a rookie

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