ARLINGTON, Texas For the second day in a row, Angels starter C.J. Wilson presented himself as a target for booing and a lot more from angry Texas Rangers fans.
"You guys should stick a microphone out there and listen to it," Wilson said to reporters afterward. "It would be very interesting."
After his Friday start was halted at 22 pitches because of a two-hour rain delay, Wilson started Saturday's game as well. They were the first and second times Wilson had appeared in Arlington since leaving the Rangers and signing with the Angels in the offseason.
Wilson took the loss in Friday's start but came back with a strong 5 23 innings Saturday in a 4-2 Angels win. Wilson exited with the score tied, 2-2, three batters after giving up a home run to Josh Hamilton.
Wilson said it wasn't that difficult, physically, to come back and start a second day since the bulk of his major league career has been as a reliever.
"Emotionally, I obviously had a dry run yesterday to see what it was go...