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Angels' C.J. Wilson aims to make fans forget about his 2014 season
Angels' C.J. Wilson aims to make fans forget about his 2014 season

C.J. Wilson's 2014 season began with a blow to the head, a batting-practice line drive that hit him in the face early in spring training. It ended with a blow to the ego when he was pulled from his playoff start after six batters, a three-run, three-hit, 23-pitch meltdown that sent the Angels spiraling toward an 8-3 loss and an American League division series sweep at the hands of the Kansas City Royals. In between were plenty of forgettable moments that led to Wilson's worst year as a starting pitcher, the erratic left-hander going 13-10 with a 4.51 earned-run average, 151 strikeouts and 85 walks in 175 2/3 innings. "Game 3 wasn't even the half of it,"...

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