Despite an offer from Angel personnel director Whitey Herzog to "strike a deal" before he files for free agency, first baseman Wally Joyner said he's in no hurry to decide his future.
"I'm not too worried. It will take care of itself," Joyner said. "There's a lot of things I can do. I don't know what I want to do."
The Angels would like a quick decision so they can set plans.
Right-hander Bert Blyleven, 40, who missed the season after undergoing rotator cuff surgery in April, said he's recuperating ahead of schedule and intends to return next season if the Angels pick up his option. They can buy him out for $250,000 or pay him $2 million.
The Angels also hold options on Dave Winfield and Jeff Robinson. Herzog said he doesn't yet know whether the Angels will buy Winfield out or pick up his option, and Robinson said Sunday he doesn't know the club's plans.
Jim Abbott and Bryan Harvey were voted the team's most valuable players by their teammates. Harvey also won the Rolaids Relief Man Award as the AL's top reliever. . . . The pitching staff set a club record for fewest complete games in a season: 18.