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Angels pitcher C.J. Wilson a picture of efficiency in 2-0 win over Mariners
Angels pitcher C.J. Wilson a picture of efficiency in 2-0 win over Mariners

Angels third baseman David Freese had a flashback to October 2011 on Tuesday night, and it had nothing to do with the two-run home run he hit in the fourth inning of a 2-0 victory over the Seattle Mariners at Safeco Field. Freese had a monster postseason for St. Louis in 2011, winning most valuable player honors in the National League Championship Series and the World Series, but what sent him down memory lane was Angels pitcher C.J. Wilson, the former Texas Rangers ace who pitched against the Cardinals in the 2011 World Series. Wilson on Tuesday threw one of his best games in his three-plus seasons with the Angels, needing only 96 pitches -- 63 of them were strikes -- to blank the...

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