When the Los Angeles Dodgers signed Brian Wilson last season, he proved to be a steal by allowing one earned run in 18 regular-season innings and zero runs in six postseason appearances. Fast forward to this season and the eight-year veteran has not faired as well.
Manager Don Mattingly acknowledged a difference in the reliever’s results from 2013 to this season, however Wilson had a more optimistic outlook. Wilson pointed to him being second on the team in holds and said his struggles have come in situations he’s usually not pitched in.
Since the All-Star break, Wilson has put together a few scoreless streaks and besides one blunder, appears to be moving closer to his 2013 form.
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