Zach Neto tops the list of potential Angels invited to spring training

Shortstop Zach Neto, the Angels first-round pick in the 2022 MLB draft and consensus #2, is among 38 players who received an invite to big league camp as non-rosters.

Catcher Logan O’Hoppe, the Angels’ No. 1, will be at camp as a member of the 40-man roster.

Also among the top 10 Angels, according to Baseball America, were catcher Edgar Quero (No. 4) and right-handers Sam Bachman (No. 7) and Ben Joyce (No. 10) invited to camp. Right-hander Chase Silseth (No. 3) is on the 40-man roster.

Quero is an intriguing invitation because he’s only 19 years old and enjoying his first full professional season.

The Angels also invited a handful of veterans with major league experience, most of whom had been previously reported. Right-handers Chris Devenski (a Cal State Fullerton product) and Jonathan Holder have each played at least five years in the majors. Devenski was an All-Star with the Houston Astros in 2017.

The total roster of 38 is larger than usual as the Angels have 10 players from the 40-man roster competing in the World Baseball Classic. Angels pitchers and catchers will hold their first practice on Wednesday, and the first full-squad practice will be on February 20th.

The full list:

right-handed: Sam Bachman, Coleman Crow, Chris Devenski, Mason Erla, Jonathan Holder, Ben Joyce, Luis Ledo, Victor Mederos, Luke Murphy, Gerardo Reyes, Fernando Romero, Cesar Valdez, Nash Walters, Austin Warren, Jacob Webb, Kenyon Yovan Zach Neto tops the list of potential Angels invited to spring training

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