Angels’ Hanson has triceps tightness vs Indians

Los Angeles Angels starter Tommy Hanson was pulled because of

tightness in his right triceps as he warmed up for the fourth

inning in Wednesday’s 6-5 win over the Cleveland Indians.

Hanson said he thought he was taken out for precautionary

reasons. The right-hander said he felt the best he has all

spring.

Hanson, acquired in an offseason deal with Atlanta, allowed

three hits and two runs with four strikeouts in his fourth spring

start.

Cleveland starter Trevor Bauer allowed five hits and four runs

in three innings in the roughest outing of six appearances.

Michael Brantley had three hits for Cleveland.