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Hanson is unlikely to start Saturday in the open spot in the Angels' rotation, Bill Shaikin of the LA Times reports.
The Angels will use an off day to skip Hanson's (personal) spot in the rotation next time around, the Orange County Register's Jeff Fletcher reports.
There is no timetable yet for the return of Hanson, who is on restricted list due to a personal matter, Mike DiGiovanna of the LA Times reports.
The Orioles stole three bases against Hanson in his start Saturday without so much a throw to second base, the Angels' official site reports. Opposing baserunners are 7-for-7 against Hanson.
Hanson allowed three runs on seven hits and two walks while striking out three in Saturday's 5-4 loss to the Orioles.
Hanson (personal) was removed from the bereavement list Sunday afternoon and will start Monday against the Mariners.
Hanson, who must be removed from the bereavement list by Monday, will not necessarily jump back into the rotation right away, the Angels' official website reports.
Hanson will miss his scheduled start Wednesday against Texas, as he was placed on the bereavement list Monday, the Los Angeles Times reports.
Hanson allowed 10 base runners Friday, but didn't surrender a run in his six innings, striking out two Tigers en route to his second win of the season.
Hanson will start Friday against the Tigers following Wednesday's postponement, Jeff Fletcher of the Orange County Register reports.
Hanson was roughed up for five runs on eight hits and two walks over five innings by the Astors on Friday night. He had two strikeouts.
Hanson allowed three runs over six innings and was the winning pitcher Saturday against the Rangers.
Hanson (triceps) tossed six innings in an intrasquad game Monday and will be ready for his first regular season start, Alden Gonlazlez of the Angels' official website reports.
Hanson (triceps) will likely open the season as the Angels' No. 5 starter, the team's official website reports.
Hanson (triceps) will make his next scheduled start Monday, the Angels' official website reports.
Hanson's velocity is not necessarily expected to increase this season after falling off the past two years, the Angels' official website reports.
Hanson made his spring training debut Tuesday, allowing one run on three hits over two innings against the Reds.
Hanson agreed to a one-year, $3.725 million contract with the Angels on Friday, avoiding arbitration, team's official site reports.
The Braves traded Hanson to the Angels on Friday in exchange for Jordan Walden, MLB.com reports.
Hanson, Julio Teheran, and Randall Delgado would all be candidates for the No. 5 spot in Atlanta's rotation as things stand now, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.
Hanson followed up his first victory in nearly two months by reverting to his previous hideous form, giving up five runs on nine hits and a walk while tallying six strikeouts across six innings, during Atlanta's 5-1 loss at Pittsburgh on Tuesday.
Hanson picked up his first win in almost two months with 5.1 solid innings Thursday. He allowed two runs -- one earned -- and six hits with four strikeouts.
Hanson will remain in the Braves rotation and make his next start, scheduled for Thursday, the Atlanta Journal Constitution reports.
Hanson allowed five runs on four hits, walking three and striking out five over 5.1 innings of a 6-2 loss to Philadelphia on Friday night.
Hanson held the Nationals to two earned runs (four total) on five hits over five innings Saturday, but he did not factor into the decision.
Hanson allowed two runs on four hits and a walk over 5.2 innings Sunday as the Braves beat the Mets on a walkoff sacrifice fly in the 10th frame.
Hanson gave up two runs on five hits and two walks in 5.2 innings as Atlanta was bested by Colorado on Tuesday.
Hanson gave up four runs, three earned, with three strike outs and two walks in 4.2 innings as the Braves lost 8-2 to the Padres Wednesday.
Hanson went just 4.1 innings at San Francisco on Thursday, allowing five runs -- four earned -- and seven hits. He issued three walks and struck out four, tossing 95 pitches.
Hanson allowed three runs on seven hits, walking two and striking out five over 6.2 innings, but was left with a no-decision against the Dodgers on Friday night.
Hanson (back) threw five scoreless innings in his only scheduled rehab start Sunday for Triple-A Gwinnett, the Atlanta Journal Constitutional reports.
Hanson (back) will make a rehab start for Triple-A Gwinnett Sunday, Braves' Official Twitter reports.
Hanson, who is is eligible to come off the DL on Aug. 15, thinks he'll be ready by that time, given that his back is feeling good again, David O'Brien of the Atlanta Journal Constitution reports. "It's good; I don't feel anything anymore," said Hanson. "I just think I needed a little break, a little rest. I think I could have pitched Saturday, but it's better just to knock it out. Hopefully it won't bother me the rest of the year."
Hanson has been placed on the 15-day DL with a back strain, the Braves' official Twitter feed reports.
Hanson earned a win Monday against the Marlins as he pitched five innings and allowed one run, six hits and three walks to go along with four strikeouts.
Hanson gave up one run on three hits while walking seven and allowing seven stolen bases in a win over the Marlins on Wednesday.
Hanson was knocked around by the Nationals on Friday night, allowing eight runs on eight hits, walking four and striking out five over just four innings.
Hanson gave up six runs on nine hits and two walks over 5.1 innings Saturday against the Mets.
Hanson pitched seven innings with three run, six strikeout, six hit, and one walk to get his tenth win of the season in Atlanta's 6-3 win Saturday against Philadelphia.
Hanson took the loss Monday against the Cubs as he pitched seven innings and allowed four runs, seven hits and one walk to go along with eight strikeouts.
Hanson was steady through six innings Wednesday, but faded fast in the seventh, allowing a three-run homer with one down which ended his evening. He picked up the win, though, to improve to 9-4 on the season.
Hanson (8-4) allowed four solo homers (and only one hit besides) in his five innings Wednesday against the Yankees, but his own team backed him with a five-homer, 10-run day in the victory.
Hanson allowed two runs (both unearned) on four hits, walking six and striking out two over 5.1 innings, but came away with a no-decision against the Orioles Friday night.
Hanson held the Blue Jays to two runs on five hits over eight innings Saturday to earn his seventh win of the season.
Hanson earned his sixth win Sunday against the Nationals, going seven innings and allowing just two runs on six hits.
Hanson gave up six runs on eight hits over 3.1 innings in a loss to the Cardinals on Monday.
Hanson threw six innings of four hit, one run ball but got a no decision on Wednesday against the Reds.
Hanson improved his record to 5-3 allowing two runs on six hits, walking two and striking out three over seven innings as Atlanta downed Tampa Bay 5-3 Friday night.
Hanson picked up the win on Sunday with a five inning, nine strikeout performance while giving up one run in the Braves' 7-4 win over the Cardinals.
Hanson suffered a loss Monday as the Braves fell to the Cubs, 5-1. He pitched six innings and allowed two runs, five hits and two walks to go along with three strikeouts.
Hanson was solid Friday night, allowing just one run on six hits, walking three and striking out five over six innings in a win over Pittsburgh.
Hanson delivered his best performance of the season with seven innings of five hit ball while giving up two runs in the Braves' 3-2 win over the Diamondbacks.
Hanson suffered a loss Monday as the Braves fell to the Mets, 6-1. He pitched seven innings and allowed five runs (four earned), five hits and two walks to go along with four strikeouts.
Hanson was able to go the minimum five innings while striking out eight to pick up his first, and the Braves' first, win of the year on Tuesday with a 6-4 victory over the Astros.
Hanson struck out four and walked three while holding the Mets to one run on four hits in a loss Thursday.
Hanson will pitch in a minor league game Monday, putting him on track to make the Opening Day start for the Braves, David O'Brien of the Atlanta Journal Constitution reports.
Hanson (shoulder/concussion) gave up one run and one hit in four innings with two strikeouts and one walk in Wednesday's spring training win over Washington. "I think I will be ready as soon as the season starts," Hanson told the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.
Hanson (concussion) pitched one-plus innings during Sunday's Grapefruit League game against the Blue Jays, Mark Bowman of MLB.com reports.
Hanson (concussion) experienced no issues in a five-minute, live batting practice session Tuesday morning, Mark Bowman of MLB.com reports.
Hanson (concussion) threw five minutes of batting practice Sunday, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.
Hanson's Saturday bullpen session was pushed back a day because he needed to take another concussion test, MLB.com's Mark Bowman reports.
Hanson (concussion) had a mound session Wednesday without problems, David O'Brien of the Atlanta Journal Constitution reports.
Hanson (concussion) may throw off the mound Wednesday or Thursday, Mark Bowman of MLB.com reports.
Hanson (concussion) went through conditioning drills Monday and visited a doctor in hopes of being cleared to participate in Tuesday's workouts, Mark Bowman of MLB.com reports.
Hanson, who suffered a mild concussion in a car accident last week, did some light throwing in right field Sunday, supervised by the training staff, the Associated Press reports.
Hanson (head) will likely sit out of workouts a couple more days, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.
Though Hanson (concussion) is feeling much better, he will be held out of workouts again Thursday, David O'Brien of the Atlanta Journal Constitution reports.
Hanson was diagnosed with a mild concussion after his car accident on his way to Spring Training, reports Mark Bowman on his twitter account.
Hanson was involved in a one-car accident Monday, in which he blew a tire and bumped his head, Mark Bowman of MLB.com reports.
Hanson has changed his throwing motion this winter to eliminate a pause that was seen contributing to a sore shoulder than prematurely ended his 2011 season, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.
Hanson (shoulder) began throwing in early January and doesn't think he'll have any restrictions when spring training begins, Mark Bowman of MLB.com reports.
Braves general manager Frank Wren said that he expects Hanson (shoulder) to be "ready to go" come spring training, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.
Hanson (shoulder) will be shut down and rest up to get ready for the 2012 season, David O'Brien of the Atlanta Journal Constitution reports.
Hanson did not throw a scheduled bullpen session Sunday because of lingering soreness in his shoulder and will not start Wednesday, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.