Iglesias pleased with debut for Reds in 10-2 loss to Angels
TEMPE, Ariz. (AP) Raisel Iglesias gave up a run in one inning in his delayed spring debut for the Cincinnati Reds in a 10-2 loss to the Los Angeles Angels on Monday
Iglesias' first big league season ended early with shoulder weakness and the 26-year-old Cuban was brought along slowly in camp as he worked on a flexibility program.
Cliff Pennington lined the right-hander's first pitch up the middle for a single and Daniel Nava then singled to center. A double play followed and Iglesias struck out C.J. Cron with a slider on his final pitch.
Cron had a two-run single and Johnny Giavotella a two-run triple off Reds righty Jumbo Diaz in a six-run fifth.
Angels prospect Nate Smith, subbing for injured starter Jered Weaver, gave up Eugenio Suarez's RBI single and a walk in two innings.
Mike Trout, Albert Pujols and most of the other Angels regulars didn't play.