SEATTLE -- Los Angeles Angels left-hander C.J. Wilson will have elbow surgery after the regular season to remove bone spurs.
Wilson said Tuesday that no date has been set for the surgery. Wilson threw his final game of the regular season on Monday night and got the victory in the Angels' 8-4 victory. Wilson finished the season with a career-best 34 starts and went 13-10 with a 3.83 ERA.
Other than some occasional struggles with command, Angels manager Mike Scioscia said he didn't seeing anything to indicate the bone spurs were causing Wilson trouble during the season. He said Wilson didn't receive any special treatment during the season.