Brandon Marsh will continue to DH for the Angels as he recovers from a labrum injury he suffered at the Angels alternate site last year. The Angels are being cautious with the injury, so Marsh likely won't play in the field for a couple more weeks. (Fabian Ardaya on Twitter)
Marsh will continue getting his work in at the plate during the spring in both team workouts and exhibition games. The Angels added veteran Dexter Fowler over the offseason to an outfield mix that already included Mike Trout and Justin Upton. The Fowler signing seemed to signal that the Angels didn't want to rush Marsh in his development. It's unclear whether Marsh will be on the Opening Day roster, but he is likely to make his big league debut at some point this season. He has the size and tools to be an impact player at the big league level, so he's worth keeping an eye on, especially in keeper leagues.