Angel Notes Together, the Angels and A's combined to use seven pitchers, who combined to give up 18 runs, 23 hits, 14 walks and 2 wild pitches. One error by both sides led to four unearned runs. Said Gene Mauch: "That wasn't our 'A' game." Said Oakland Manager Jackie Moore: "Personally, I thought spring training was over." . . . A's catcher Mickey Tettleton, 1 for 14 before Sunday, reached base four times. He drew three walks and had a fifth-inning single against T.R. Bryden. He also stole a base. . . . Little Ball, Oakland style: The A's set up a run in the fourth inning when Alfredo Griffin beat out a bunt single, moved to second on a walk to Tettleton and took third when Tony Phillips forced Tettleton. Bruce Bochte then hit a comebacker to Mike Witt, who gloved it but couldn't hold on. Shortstop Rick Burleson raced in to scoop up the ball and threw it to first for one out, but Griffin scored in the process. If Witt had held on to the ball, an inning-ending double play was possible. . . . Rob Wilfong and Wally Joyner had two hits and two RBIs apiece.