C. J. Wilson SP LAA 4 Hrs

Wilson lasted just two-thirds of an inning against the A's on Monday, allowing six runs (four earned) on two hits to pick up his 10th loss of the season. He walked four and did not strike out a batter in the contest.

Wilson followed up one of his best starts of the season last week against the Mariners with what may have been the worst of his career Monday, as the outing marked the first time the 33-year-old was able to complete at least one inning as a starter due to ineffectiveness. Wilson's place in the postseason rotation has been confirmed, but he will need to pitch better than his 4.67 season ERA to give the Angels a shot to advance to the ALCS.

C. J. Wilson SP LAA 5 Days

Wilson pitched seven scoreless innings while striking out seven and allowing just one hit in a win over the Mariners on Wednesday. He walked three batters in the contest.

Wilson was on his game Wednesday, tossing his first scoreless outing since a May 17 shutout against the Rays to lead the Angels to the AL West title. The 33-year-old has largely struggled this season, having not posted an ERA under 4.00 since May, but the solid outing is encouraging, as he could be an important piece of the rotation in the postseason with Garrett Richards (Knee) out until 2015 and Matt Shoemaker's (oblique) availability is in question. He will face the A's on Monday.

C. J. Wilson SP LAA 10 Days

Wilson allowed three runs (two earned) in five innings to pick up a win over the Astros on Friday. He struck out six and walked three in the contest.

Wilson didn't look as though he would be able to hang around long after allowing two runs and five hits over the first two innings, but was able to pull it together, as he did not permit an earned run in his last three frames of work.. Wilson, who has struck out 12 batters in his last 11.1 innings, will take a 4.61 ERA into his next start against the Mariners on Wednesday.

C. J. Wilson SP LAA 16 Days

Wilson allowed three runs on four hits and four walks while striking out six in 6.1 innings in the Angels' 14-4 win over the Twins on Sunday.

After two straight starts of 3.1 inning and five runs, Wilson got his first win since Aug. 18. Six strikeouts are the most he's totaled since July 4. If Wilson can continue these results, he could be a key piece in the Angels' rotation.

C. J. Wilson SP LAA 21 Days

Wilson was trounced in a loss to the Astros on Tuesday, allowing five runs on eight hits in just 3.1 innings. He struck out four and walked one in the contest.

Wilson's night seemed doomed from the start, as the first four Astros in the contest reached base, resulting in two runs. The 33-year-old has now allowed eight runs in his last nine innings pitched. He will look to give his club a better showing against the Twins on Sunday.

C. J. Wilson SP LAA 25 Days

Wilson allowed three runs on seven hits in 5.2 innings en route to a no-decision against the A's on Thursday. He struck out two and walked three in the outing

Wilson has been grinding through his starts of late as he failed to get his K:BB ratio better than 1:1 for the sixth straight outing Thursday, while unable to complete six frames on 98 pitches. Efficiency has never been the left-handers strong suit, but a seven-inning start from the veteran against the Astros on Wednesday would likely be appreciated, the bullpen could be taxed in short order with Wilson and Hector Santiago in regular rotation.

C. J. Wilson SP LAA 1 Month

Wilson allowed a run on five hits in 6.1 innings en route to a no-decision Saturday against the A's. He struck out three while walking three in the contest.

Wilson has done well to limit runs of late, allowing just four in his last 18.1 innings, but hasn't tallied a strikeout-to-walk ratio better than 1:1 since his return from the disabled list Aug. 2, which may not inspire confidence for future success. The left-hander will take a 4.45 ERA into his next start Thursday, which will once again come against the A's.

C. J. Wilson SP LAA 1 Month

Wilson allowed one run on five hits in 5.1 innings to pick up a win over the Red Sox on Monday.

Wilson was able to pick up the victory Monday, but it wasn't exactly a strong performance from the left-hander, who struck out five and walked five, while needing 115 pitches to get through 5.1 frames. Wilson has now allowed just three earned runs in his last 12 innings (two starts), but will undoubtedly be hoping for a stronger showing when he takes a 4.59 ERA into a tough matchup against the A's on Saturday.

C. J. Wilson SP LAA 1 Month

Wilson allowed two runs on seven hits in 6.2 innings en route to a win over the Phillies on Tuesday. He struck out two and walked two in the contest.

Wilson had his best start since returning from the disabled list Tuesday after allowing 10 runs in his first two starts. Wilson had his start moved up a day as the result of the 19-inning game against the Red Sox on Saturday, but the 33-year-old showed no ill effects as a result of the shift. He will take a 4.71 ERA into a start against the Boston on Monday.

C. J. Wilson SP LAA 1 Month

Wilson will start Tuesday against the Phillies, Matthew DeFranks of MLB.com reports.

Wilson was initially scheduled to take the ball against Philadelphia on Wednesday, but will have his turn in the rotation moved up after Matt Shoemaker pitched three innings in a 19-frame, marathon affair Saturday. Wilson has struggled in two starts since his return to the disabled list, allowing 10 runs in six innings, so it will be interesting to see if he is affected by the schedule change.