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C.J. Wilson falters early in Angels' 8-4 loss to A's
C.J. Wilson falters early in Angels' 8-4 loss to A's

C.J. Wilson's evil twin took the mound for the Angels on Monday night. You know the guy: scraggly haired left-hander in the red No. 33 jersey, throws a whole bunch of pitches, a few for strikes. Five days after his best game this season, the enigmatic Wilson threw his worst game, walking four and failing to survive the first inning of an 8-4 loss to the Oakland Athletics that flashed another high beam of light into the dark place that is the Angels rotation heading into the playoffs. The Angels have a potentially explosive offense and superb bullpen, and they clinched the American League West title last week. But nine days before the Oct. 2 playoff opener, their rotation is a mess....

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