Maybe the best news the Angels got Wednesday night came from Dan Haren.
He's feeling good and ready to pitch.
On a night when left-hander CJ Wilson endured his worst performance of the season, Haren made it clear he's ready to come off the disabled list and help the Angels win the American League West.
Not that it's going to be easy. Wilson, who had given up as many as four earned runs only once in 19 previous starts, labored through six innings in the Angels' 7-2 loss to the Tigers at Comerica Field. He gave up seven runs on eight hits and also walked five, failing to win for a fourth consecutive start.
The loss left the Angels with a 2-4 record on a trip that ends Thursday and precedes a three-game series against the Texas Rangers on Friday night at Angel Stadium. A little momentum going in to that important set against the American League West leaders wouldn't hurt.
Maybe Haren will provide some relief. He's been on the disabled list since July 4 because of back stiffness bu...