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C.J. Wilson's All-Star debut is 'bummer'

Rangers lefty not happy about taking loss but said overall experience was 'awesome'

Updated: July 13, 2011, 1:41 AM ET
By Richard Durrett | ESPNDallas.com

PHOENIX -- Texas Rangers lefty C.J. Wilson walked out of the visiting clubhouse at Chase Field as the National League was completing a 5-1 victory and summed up his first All-Star Game with one word: "Bummer."

Wilson, picked by Rangers and American League manager Ron Washington to pitch against left-handed hitters, took the loss after allowing a three-run homer to one of the toughest left-handed hitters in the game -- Milwaukee's Prince Fielder -- in the fourth inning.

"It's a total ...

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