C.J. Wilson looks good in Angels win

C.J. Wilson pitched three scoreless innings in his second spring outing and the Los Angeles Angels beat a split-squad of San Francisco Giants 9-5 on Saturday.

The left-hander allowed one hit, struck out two and walked one. He signed a $77.5 million, five-year deal with the Angels over the winter, opting to leave AL champion Texas.

Mark Trumbo, the Angels' leader in homers (29) and RBI (87) last season, hit his first spring homer and made a splendid diving grab to his left on Joaquin Arias' line drive to third in the second, robbing him of a single.

Giants right-hander Shane Loux pitched 2 1-3 innings and was charged with three runs, two earned, and four hits.