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  • 06 May 2019
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    named "Clark". ANAHEIM, Calif. -- Ricky Nolasco will make his Angels debut
    Thursday against the Oakland As, three days after coming to Los Angeles in a
    trade from the Minnesota Twins.Nolasco, who was born in nearby Corona, Calif.,
    was happy to learn he was heading back home to pitch.Im just excited to be back
    in California and doing what I can to help the Angels win as many games as
    possible, Nolasco told the Orange County Register.Nolasco, though, was not the
    reason the Angels traded their top pitcher this season -- Hector Santiago -- to
    the Twins. Alex Meyer, a hard-throwing, 6-foot-9 right-hander, was the key to
    the deal. Meyer, however, has yet to reach his lofty potential and was sent by
    the Angels to Triple-A Salt Lake.Nolasco was more of a salary dump, though the
    Twins are picking up a portion of his salary. He is making a guaranteed $12
    million this year and will receive $12 million next year.After winning 13 games
    combined playing for the Miami Marlins and Los Angeles Dodgers in 2013, Nolasco
    signed a four-year, $49 million contract with the Twins, but he was a bust. In 2
    1/2 years with the Twins, Nolasco went 15-22 with a 5.44 ERA in 57 games (56
    starts). He was 4-8 with a 5.13 ERA in 21 starts this year.Nolasco, though, isnt
    discouraged.I understand what happened there, he said. I feel I pitched better
    than the numbers say.Likewise, Angels manager Mike Scioscia said he believes the
    33-year-old right-hander still has some good games left in him.When weve seen
    him up close, hes always been tough on us, Scioscia said. He spins the balll
    very well, and he has a fastball that has movement on it.dddddddddddd Hopefully
    he can put pitches together and get another pitch or try and adapt a little bit
    and find some consistency. But his stuff is good.In four career starts against
    the As, Nolasco is 2-1 with a 3.33 ERA.Nolasco will be opposed Thursday starter
    by Oakland right-hander Jesse Hahn, who will be called up from Triple-A
    Nashville for the fourth time this season.Hahn went 1-1 with a 3.00 ERA in his
    first stint with the As, 1/3 with an 8.34 ERA in his second stint, then 0-0 with
    a 1.17 ERA in his third stint. In eight starts overall, he is 2-4 with a 5.53
    ERA.Against the Angels on Thursday, Hahn will have the benefit of pitching under
    the sun. He is 2-1 with a 2.77 ERA in four daytime starts this year, as opposed
    to 1/3 with an 9.92 ERA in four nighttime starts. Thursdays game sort of falls
    in the middle, scheduled to start at 4:05 p.m. PDT.Hahn also can lean on his two
    career starts against the Angels, both coming last year, when he went 1-0 with a
    2.84 ERA.Though Hahn has not been a mainstay in the As rotation this season, he
    has accomplished one major goal -- staying healthy. He missed time last year
    with a strained forearm, which caused some concern.The main objective is just to
    be healthy, Hahn told the San Francisco Chronicle back in spring training. I got
    my base a little stronger, and Im hoping to incorporate my legs more. ' ' '