Madson hasn't thrown for 10 days. The latter is the result of Madson being shut down 13 days ago and unable to throw again for another week, when he will be re-evaluated. Madson, who signed a one-year incentive-laden contract with the Angels, said he was disappointed, but expected to be ready by the season opener on April 1 in Cincinnati. "He's obviously at the last stages of his rehab to where he's on the mound throwing. 1, then experienced soreness throughout the weekend and followed up on Monday with Angels doctors, who advised him to temporarily shut it down. On the offensive side, Scioscia expects outfielder Josh Hamilton to hit cleanup in his lineup with Albert Pujols third and last season's American Rookie of the Year Mike Trout to hit leadoff.