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TEMPE — New Angels manager Brad Ausmus held his first media session of the spring on the day pitchers and catchers officially reported on Tuesday, giving updates on rehabbing players such as Shohei Ohtani, Albert Pujols and Zack Cozart.



Ohtani, who is set to meet with the media after his workout on Wednesday, has progressed to taking dry swings, and the hope is he’ll be ready to return to the lineup as designated hitter in May. Ohtani has yet to start throwing since undergoing Tommy John surgery on Oct. 1, but he’s making good progress at the plate.



“It’s a very tedious process,” Ausmus said. “His personality, he’s going to want to get on the field quickly, because he wants to compete, but we have to be smart about Shohei’s long-term career and success.”



It’s the first time the Angels have put a date on when Ohtani could possibly return, as his rehab schedule is complicated because he’s working toward returning as a pitcher in 2020 while also getting ready to be able to hit this season.



“We’re thinking some time in May, but that’s assuming everything goes well,” Ausmus said. “This is new territory in a sense that we’re dealing with a guy who DHs on a regular basis and is a starting pitcher. It’s new territory rehabbing Tommy John surgery, and we want to protect him long-term being able to do both. If we have to push it back, we will push it back.”



Pujols, meanwhile, is already in camp working out and has been hitting and participating in strength exercises with no issues after undergoing arthroscopic left knee surgery in August. He figures to get most of the starts at DH early in the season with Ohtani out, while Justin Bour plays first base.



“Albert’s doing everything right now,” Ausmus said. “I think we’re going to have discussions with him on how he’s feeling regularly. I think the important thing is to keep him healthy all year. That will be the approach.”











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