"We'll be there," Scioscia said. "Hopefully we can connect with him and see where he is."
A team official said Hamilton, who has been rehabilitating from right-shoulder surgery in Houston since early February, has not made any overtures toward the club about visiting Minute Maid Park. The
Scioscia said he wasn't sure whether any coaches or players would join him to visit Hamilton if the meeting takes place away from the stadium.
"Everyone's been in touch with Josh," Scioscia said. "The concern is that Josh is getting the help and support he needs right now. That's first and foremost."
An arbitrator determined that Hamilton did not violate baseball’s drug policy and cannot be suspended. But Angels owner
Moreno said he might challenge Hamilton's ability to collect his full salary -- $83 million over the next three years. The players' union responded by saying such language had not been approved and that it would "not supersede the provisions of the joint drug agreement and/or the basic agreement."
Hamilton was not with the team in