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Healthy Hank

Bill Shaikin -Premium Content

Hank Conger could find himself in Anaheim sometime this summer—not that he's lobbying for the chance. Conger, 22, knows he's still got a lot of work to do. Conger is the Angels' top prospect, and he spent a few weeks with the major league club as a non-roster invitee to spring training. He's done that twice before, but not without some sort of health restriction.

Majors | #2010#Los Angeles Angels#Organization Reports

Phillips Takes Center Stage

Bill Shaikin -Premium Content

The Angels sent P.J. Phillips to the outfield last summer. They might have saved his career. Phillips, younger brother of Reds second baseman Brandon Phillips, had infield star written all over him. The Angels selected him in the second round of the 2005 draft out of a Georgia high school and anticipated he would blossom in the middle of the infield. Phillips made 40 errors at shortstop at low Class A Cedar Rapids in 2007 and another 38 at high A Rancho Cucamonga in 2008. The Angels sent him back to Rancho Cucamonga last season, as a second baseman. By the end of July he was a center fielder.

Majors | #2009#Los Angeles Angels#Organization Reports