The Angels have re-signed outfielder Shane Robinson to a minor league deal.
Robinson was designated for assignment earlier this month and opted for free agency, but re-signed with the Angels anyway.
Robinson, 32, spent most of the season in the majors with the Angels last season, hitting .173 in 65 games. He is a career .228 hitter with a .295 on-base percentage in parts of seven major league seasons.
On Tuesday, the Angels also claimed infielder Nolan Fontanta on waivers from the Houston Astros.
Fontana, 25, has a career .237 average and .379 on-base percentage in five minor league seasons. He is a left-handed hitter who plays primarily shortstop and second base, but can also play the outfield.
The Angels view Fontana as a possible utility infielder in the majors. He still has options this season, which makes him valuable. Gregorio Petit, who filled that role for…