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Arizona Fall League: Another strong start for Angels' Bobby Cassevah

Angels prospect Bobby Cassevah made his third start in the Arizona Fall League and was solid once again.

Claus Andersen

Four Los Angeles Angels prospects were in action in the Arizona Fall League on Wednesday, including starting pitcher Bobby Cassevah.

Cassevah made his third start of the Arizona Fall League and was solid once again. He allowed one earned run over four innings while striking out two batters. The earned run is the only one Cassevah has allowed in 11 innings during the fall league. After allowing just one hit in each of his first two starts, he gave up five hits on Wednesday but was still able to limit the damage.

Kevin Johnson came out of the bullpen to pitch a scoreless seventh inning. Johnson allowed one hit on Wednesday, but has not allowed a run in four AFL appearances. He's pitched six innings in the fall league, allowing four hits while striking out six.

The Angels position prospects in action on Wednesday didn't have quite as good of a day. Third baseman Kaleb Cowart went 0-3 and is now hitting .179 in eight AFL games. Cowart now has one hit in his last 10 at bats. Right fielder Randal Grichuk went 1-3 with a double, but also struck out twice.