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C.J. Wilson (baseball)

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  • Garrett Richards has second bad outing in a row for Angels

    Garrett Richards has second bad outing in a row for Angels
    Orioles 4, Angels 3 KEY MOMENT: The Angels rallied for three runs with two outs in the fifth inning, Chris Iannetta hitting a two-run single to center and Kole Calhoun smacking an RBI double to right, to pull to within 4-3, and they had their best...
  • Getting Jon Lester makes A's an even more formidable foe for Angels

    Getting Jon Lester makes A's an even more formidable foe for Angels
    The hill the Angels must climb to win the American League West championship grew considerably steeper Thursday when the division-leading Oakland Athletics acquired Boston Red Sox ace Jon Lester and outfielder Jonny Gomes for left fielder Yoenis Cespedes....
  • Not a good day for Angels as Athletics, Tigers bulk up on pitching

    Not a good day for Angels as Athletics, Tigers bulk up on pitching
    The Angels are excited, and justifiably so. They are on pace for their first playoff spot since 2009, with an 8 1/2 game lead in the American League wild-card standings. Yet they are winning with a starting rotation that is a better fit for the long...
  • Angels' Tyler Skaggs pulled from no-hitter because of forearm tightness

    Angels' Tyler Skaggs pulled from no-hitter because of forearm tightness
    Tyler Skaggs did not allow a hit through 4 2/3 innings Wednesday night, but the Angels left-hander did not remain in the game long enough to get a decision, let alone a chance to throw no-hitter, against the Baltimore Orioles in Camden Yards. Skaggs...
  • Tyler Skaggs pulled early, Angels top Orioles to extras, 1-0

    Tyler Skaggs pulled early, Angels top Orioles to extras, 1-0
    KEY MOMENT: Tyler Skaggs, who allowed no hits, struck out seven and walked two in 42/3 innings, felt his fingers go numb after he "over-pronated" on a pitch in the fifth. He was pulled because of a forearm strain. The left-hander regained feeling in his...
  • Oakland Athletics, Detroit Tigers add top pitchers

    Oakland Athletics, Detroit Tigers add top pitchers
    The Chicago White Sox had the bases loaded, with Gordon Beckham at bat. The count was two balls and two strikes. The Detroit Tigers suddenly decided to make a change — not at pitcher, but in center field. The Tigers were frantic about it. Their...
  • Dr. Beyer on air with Angels

    Dr. Beyer on air with Angels
    If you haven't seen your doctor about your sports-related injury, you can listen to a local doctor on the radio. Just listen and this doctor will offer free medical advice. Alan Beyer, a Hoag Orthopedic Institute surgeon, founding partner and...
  • The Times' Major League Baseball rankings

    The Times' Major League Baseball rankings
    Jim Peltz ranks Major League Baseball's 30 teams. Last week’s rankings are in parentheses, Statistics are through Friday’s games. 1. OAKLAND: The A’s have baseball’s best winning percentage (.624) and have won seven of their last...
  • Utley, Tanaka among MLB's first-half MVPs

    Utley, Tanaka among MLB's first-half MVPs
    The list of players who were the most valuable on their team through the first half of the 2014 baseball season includes usual suspects such as Andrew McCutchen, Troy Tulowitzki, Paul Goldschmidt, Felix Hernandez and David Price. As with every season,...
  • Angels are chasing A's, but anything could happen in second half

    Angels are chasing A's, but anything could happen in second half
    The Angels and Oakland Athletics are like a pair of cyclists who have broken away from the peloton, the A's holding the top spot in the American League West and the Angels in prime drafting position, 1 1/2 games back. The Angels, who at 57-37 have the...
  • Steinberg: Mike Trout leads Angels' resurgence

    Don't look now, but baseball's hottest team is the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim, who entered the All-Star break with a 57-37 record, 1 1/2 games behind the first-place Oakland Athletics in the American League West. Can the Angels catch the A's and win...