The last week of spring training may be difficult for antsy veterans ready for the season to begin, but for a few players it is crunch time.
While the Angels wait at least another day for the Vernon Wells deal to be official, they have a few decisions to make on the players left in camp.

There are two bullpen jobs open with Ryan Madson starting the season on the disabled list, and the only three healthy relievers left in camp for those spots. Garrett Richards would seem to have one of them locked up.
That leaves right-hander David Carpenter and left-hander Mitch Stetter for the other spot. Carpenter had pitched well for most of the spring, but he gave up two runs in an inning Monday. Stetter got a late start because of a stiff back, but he now has pitched in four games. He entered Monday's game to face Adam Dunn and Paul Konerko, and he retired them both. The Angels could opt to keep Stetter for at least the first two series of the season, because some of the best hitters on the Cincinnati Reds and Texas Rangers are left-handed.
On the Angels' four-man bench, the only job that was secure was Wells', and now he's gone.
Andrew Romine seems like a lock for a backup infield job based on the amount of playing time he has gotten this spring.
Chris Snyder, Hank Conger and John Hester are the remaining catchers vying for the backup spot. Snyder appears to be the favorite, if for no other reason than that allows the Angels to keep all three. Conger and Hester have options, and Snyder can become a free agent if he's not on the roster.
Outfielders Kole Calhoun and J.B. Shuck and infielders Brendan Harris, Luis Jimenez, Luis Rodriguez and Efren Navarro are the remaining players for the other two spots.
Calhoun is a likely favorite for one because he's a home-grown player the Angels know. Harris, Jimenez and Rodriguez play all infield positions. Navarro is an outstanding defensive first baseman.