ANAHEIM, Calif. -- A closed-door meeting in the manager's office is never a good sign, so the fact CJ Wilson spent a considerable amount of time with Angels manager Mike Scioscia on Thursday afternoon probably indicated they had lots to talk about.
It can be assumed Scioscia did most of the talking.
Discounting a start in Texas that was shortened to one-third of an inning because of rain, Wilson had his briefest outing of the season Wednesday night, pitching just 2 23 innings against the Rangers before he was pulled in an eventual 6-2 loss.
"It was just a strategy meeting of trying to get his best stuff back out there on the field," Scioscia said of their meeting, which lasted at least 30 minutes. "We have a lot of confidence in what he can do. We want to refine some simple things, without going into details."
Wilson, 12-10 with a 3.82 ERA, is a talented left-hander who is known to overthink when he's on the mound. He prefers to work hitters into favo...