Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error Krol, 26, has appeared in 224 big league games, posting a 4.55 ERA. His best season was 2016, when he had a 3.18 ERA in 63 games with the Braves. Last season, Krol had a 5.33 ERA.The Angels’ 19 non-roster invitees also include pitchers Vicente Campos, Adam Hofacket, John Lamb, Osmer Morales and Branden Pinder; catchers Francisco Arcia, Michael Barash, Jose Briceno, Jack Kruger and Taylor Ward; infielders Jose Miguel Fernandez, David Fletcher, Matt Thaiss and Colin Walsh; and outfielders Eric Young Jr. and Rymer Liriano. Ian Krol, a left-handed reliever who has pitched parts of five seasons in the majors, has signed a minor-league deal with the Angels, with an invite to big league camp.Krol was among the Angels’ non-roster invitees listed when they released their spring training roster on Tuesday.The list also included, of course, Shohei Ohtani, who is not on the 40-man roster because, per terms of the collective bargaining agreement, he signed a minor league deal.Outfielder Jahmai Jones, one of the Angels’ top prospects, also made the list for his first invite to big league camp. Jones, 20, appeared in a few games last spring, up from minor-league camp.