Angels left-hander C.J. Wilson made his second rehab start on Wednesday, and all seemed to be going well.
He threw 56 pitches through more than four innings. On Saturday afternoon, Manager Mike Scioscia said Wilson was scheduled to start again on Monday.
Sometime between then and Saturday night, something didn’t feel right.
Wilson was diagnosed with biceps tendinitis. His Monday start has been scratched. The Angels are shutting him down until he undergoes more testing next week.
Wilson has now gone 10 months between appearances in the majors. In that span, he has sustained injuries to much of his throwing arm.