Halo Headlines: Wilson vows to be ready for next season, bridging the Angels baseball philosophy gap
The September 11th, 2015 edition of Los Angeles Angels news including Wilson vows to be ready for next season, bridging the Angels baseball philosophy gap and much more… The Story: C.J. Wilson vows to be 100% healthy for next season.The Monkey Says: He says he is already feeling immediate relief. The Angels would probably rather trade Wilson, but his injury history will...
The Los Angeles Angels lost left-handed starter C.J. Wilson for the season when he opted for left elbow surgery two weeks ago. Fortunately, the procedure intended to remove spurs and bone chips from the elbow is giving Wilson a great sense of relief: Mike DiGiovanna of the Los Angeles Times quoted the pitcher as saying his arm already feels "way better" than it felt prior to the...
Fire up the Angels hot take machine because the C.J. Wilson injury controversy is here to feed your need to read about how dysfunctional the Angels franchise is. Good thing too because it has been almost a month since the Angels were embroiled in drama. Here I was worrying that they would’ve learned from their previous PR disasters and avoided stupid sagas like this one. Out of...
MLB.com is reporting Angels pitcher C.J. Wilson has decided he won’t be able to pitch again this season and is looking to have surgery on his elbow. After going to team manager Mike Scioscia with the news, the team officially diagnosed Wilson with “left elbow impingement secondary to arthritis,” which he’ll seek a second opinion from renowned surgeon Dr. James Andrews...
Just when it looked like C.J. Wilson and season couldn’t get any worse, he has season ending surgery…AND TOTALLY REDEEMS HIMSELF! Sounds like CJ Wilson is expecting to have surgery and be out for the season. — Jeff Fletcher (@JeffFletcherOCR) August 1, 2015 OK, maybe that is putting a little too harsh, but, considering the way C.J. had been doing his best impersonation...
Maybe it’s karma for how they treated Josh Hamilton, but whatever the reason, the Los Angeles Angels are a .500 when many thought they’d be more competitive. But going forward, I see them continuing to be a .500 team for two reasons: their hitters have been incredibly unlucky while their starting pitchers have been incredibly lucky. The Angels have four hitters with Wins...
An episode of HBO’s “Game of Thrones” was so emotional it affected Angels pitcher C.J. Wilson, who watched the show prior to his start Saturday night against the Oakland A’s. Wilson, who is 4-5 with a 3.60 ERA this season, says he usually spends time with his wife, model Lisalla Montenegro, and his dogs the...Read More
C.J. Wilson has been very outspoken in supporting Josh Hamilton, whom he played with in Texas before they both signed with the Los Angeles Angels in consecutive years. While the Angels were in Houston for a series against the Astros this week, Wilson was one of several players and coaches who went to visit Hamilton,...Read More
The Angels have been at odds with Josh Hamilton, and few have been more supportive of the outfielder than C.J. Wilson. Wilson was teammates with Hamilton in Texas before the two joined the Angels in successive years. He empathizes with Hamilton’s addiction battles and also stands up for his teammate partly because of his role...Read More
One day CJ Wilson may become a member of the New York Yankees, he’s a big name pitcher who’s above average in production meaning if they chose to, the Yankees could pursue and possibly sign him. So what is the best way to introduce yourself to New York City? How about scaring the crap out […]
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