ANAHEIM -- Angels manager Mike Scioscia said left-hander C.J. Wilson's 60-pitch bullpen session on Wednesday went "really well."
Wilson, rehabbing from a right ankle sprain, threw around four innings in an up-and-down format (with breaks between "innings") and is expected to do another bullpen session on Friday or Saturday, according to Scioscia.
Scioscia hinted at a rehab start for Wilson but has yet to make a decision.
Wilson struggled in his last four starts before hitting the disabled list, throwing just 16 2/3 innings while posting a 10.26 ERA and .392 batting average against. He gave up five home runs and notched a 2.34 WHIP in that span.
"C.J. obviously wasn't getting the results he's accustomed to and we're accustomed to in the last handful of starts, but it's there," Scioscia said. "His arm is still working well. I think he's trying to find a little bit of consistency in some of his delivery on some pitches. It's in there and I think he'll get back to where he needs to be."
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