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BASEBALL EXTRA | ANGEL REPORT : NOTES

Edmonds' Wrist Appears OK

May 30, 1997|MIKE DIGIOVANNA

Manager Terry Collins had said he would give Jim Edmonds Thursday off after the center fielder landed hard on his right wrist while making a diving catch of Jose Canseco's flare the night before, but there was Edmonds, contributing a double, single and a run.

"I thought I broke my wrist--I heard a pop," Edmonds said. "But I think I just pulled some muscles in my forearm. It's a little stiff, but I'm OK."

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The Angels, looking for left-handed relief depth, signed journeyman Tim Fortugno to a triple-A contract, and the former Angel will report to Vancouver today.

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ON DECK

* Opponent--Minnesota Twins, three games.

* Site--Anaheim Stadium.

* Tonight--7.

* TV--Fox Sports West tonight and Saturday.

* Radio--KTZN (710).

* Records--Angels 27-23, Twins 22-30.

* Record vs. Twins--0-2.

TONIGHT'S GAME ANGELS' JASON DICKSON (6-1, 3.77 ERA) VS. TWINS' BOB TEWKSBURY (1-5, 3.54 ERA)

* Update--The Angels have won 13 of 17, including four of seven on their recent trip.

* Saturday, 7 p.m.--Chuck Finley (2-4, 4.91) vs. Scott Aldred (2-7, 6.68).

* Sunday, 1 p.m.--Matt Perisho (0-1, 9.00) vs. Kevin Jarvis (0-0, 11.00).--MIKE DiGIOVANNA

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