C.J. Wilson struck in head with ball; walks off field under own power
Angels pitcher C.J. Wilson was hit in the head Tuesday and is having precautionary tests done.
Angels starting pitcher C.J. Wilson was throwing live batting practice Tuesday when he was struck by a baseball on the left side of his head, the club announced. Wilson did walk off the field under his own power and is having some precautionary tests done.
No further details are available at this time. Oh, except that Wilson himself says he's fine and shows his sense of humor is fully intact:
Everything is fine, except that pitch I threw. Shoulda caught it. Thanks for the #PMA - lesson is to not pitch to contact! Haha— C.J. Wilson (@str8edgeracer) February 25, 2014
Resisting urge to misspell everything as a joke...— C.J. Wilson (@str8edgeracer) February 25, 2014
Wilson, 33, was 17-7 with a 3.39 ERA (111 ERA+), 1.34 WHIP and 188 strikeouts in 212 1/3 innings pitched last season.
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