After watching Jarrod Washburn in his major league debut in June, many in the Anaheim organization believe the 24-year-old lefthander could have a seismic impact on the Angels this season. In his first game, a 7-5 victory over the Royals on June 2, Washburn gave up one earned run in seven innings. He won his first four decisions (just one short of the club record for wins at the start of a career) and was 5-2 before being sent to the minors for a month with stiffness in his forearm. "Jarrod has a good arm, a good assortment of pitches and good command," says manager Terry Collins. "When he gets some more experience, he's going to be an outstanding pitcher."