Angels may look at converting Cory Rasmus into a full-time starter for next season.
The Angles will look to build some depth in the rotation by adding Rasmus to a full time-starting role, as both C.J. Wilson and Garrett Richards will be question marks going into the season. Rasmus was very solid in his limited time as a starter last season, making six starts with a 2.37 ERA and 0.84 WHIP, though he only three to four innings per start. Rasmus and the Angles hope that the 26-year old will be able to tailor his offseason workouts towards being able to throw enough pitches to be a starter. If he can pitch next season like how he did in 2014, he could land a spot on the rotation and put up solid numbers.
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