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C.J. Wilson (baseball)

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  • Angels blast past Astros, 9-1

    Angels 9, Houston Astros 1 KEY MOMENT: With runners on second and third and two outs in the first inning, and hard-throwing Jarred Cosart on the mound, Howie Kendrick stroked a two-run single to right-center to give the Angels a 3-0 lead, a cushion that...
  • Astros hit five home runs in 7-4 win against Angels

    Astros hit five home runs in 7-4 win against Angels
    Astros 7, Angels 4 KEY MOMENT: There were five of them, actually, Jason Castro's two-run homer to left-center in the first, solo shots by Matt Dominguez to left in the second, Jesus Guzman to left in the fourth and Alex Presley to right-center in the...
  • Angels fall, 8-2, are swept by Mariners

    Angels fall, 8-2, are swept by Mariners
    Josh Hamilton nearly scolded a reporter for asking if, in light of the Angels' brutal Aprils of 2012 and 2013, there was concern that a "here-we-go-again" mentality could creep into the clubhouse with another sluggish start. "We haven't thought about...
  • Mariners roll past Angels

    ANAHEIM, Calif. The move was so logical, nearly every manager in baseball would have done the same. Trailing 1-0 the third inning with two outs and runners on second and third, Angels manager Mike Scioscia opted to have pitcher C.J. Wilson...
  • Larry Stone: Perhaps the Mariners are seeing new Smoak signals

    ANAHEIM, Calif. On Justin Smoak's list of accomplishments this week, his explosive start to the season takes a distinct second place. Smoak's wife, Kristin, announced on opening day via Twitter (or "tweeter", as Justin calls it) that they are expecting...
  • Capsules for the American League

    Predicted Order of finish AL EAST Tampa Bay Rays Last year: 92-71 (2d) Manager: Joe Maddon (9th season, 677-620; overall, 704-644) Key pitchers: David Price (10-8, 3.33 ERA, 1.098 WHIP); Alex Cobb (11-3, 2.76 ERA, 1.151 WHIP); Matt Moore (17-4. 3....
  • C.J. Wilson hopes tougher sanctions put 'padlock' on steroid era

    C.J. Wilson hopes tougher sanctions put 'padlock' on steroid era
    On the day baseball once again toughened its drug policy, Angels pitcher C.J. Wilson said he hoped the latest revisions might put a stop to the use of performance-enhancing drugs within the sport. "Hopefully, this is really a padlock that kind of closes...
  • Deal to stiffen drug penalties gets positive reviews from MLB players

    Deal to stiffen drug penalties gets positive reviews from MLB players
    The agreement announced Friday between Major League Baseball and the players' union to stiffen penalties for those caught using performance-enhancing drugs was applauded by players who said they are tired of seeing the sport embarrassed by cheaters....
  • Angels are rolling, but can they carry it over?

    Angels are rolling, but can they carry it over?
    The Angels had a dismal spring last year, losing a major league-worst 20 games. And that lethargy carried over to a regular season in which the team spent just one day above .500. It's been a different story this spring, with the Angels' 7-5 win over...
  • Ten storylines to watch in American League 2014

    Ten things to watch in the American League: SLEEPLESS IN SEATTLE:The Mariners made the biggest splash in baseball in the off-season by stealing second baseman Robinson Cano from the Yankees with a 10-year, $240 million contract. They also added...
  • Angels defeat Oakland Athletics, 6-2, in exhibition

    Angels defeat Oakland Athletics, 6-2, in exhibition
    Angels 6, Athletics 2 AT THE PLATE: The Angels have won eight straight games and closed Cactus League play with a 17-10 record. Utility infield candidate Grant Green lined a two-run home run to left-center field in the seventh inning and is hitting .360...
  • Angels release pitcher Joe Blanton, swallow his $8.5-million contract

    PHOENIX — Angels fans won't have Joe Blanton to kick around anymore. The Angels released the struggling and oft-criticized right-hander on Wednesday and ate the remaining $8.5 million on his contract, a move that was probably more difficult for...