Angels pitcher C.J. Wilson gets engaged to supermodel Lisalla Montenegro

Mike Oz
Big League Stew

While the 2013 baseball season hasn't been too kind to the Los Angeles Angels, pitcher C.J. Wilson seems to be doing pretty all right lately. He's in a shampoo commercial, made that cooler-than-everything foul ball catch on Sunday and he won his first race in March. He's a big car-racing dude, you know.

Oh, and he got engaged to smokin' hot Brazilian supermodel Lisalla Montenegro on Wednesday. That's probably worth bragging about. Here she is sniffing his hair.

Yes, I know what you want. So here's Montenegro doing her model thing:

Wilson, who signed a five-year, $77.5 million contract with the Angels two years ago, looks to have come correct in the ring department. The bride-to-be tweeted: "I literally can't have imagined a more perfect proposal. So excited to marry @str8edgeracer !! #Engaged":

Last month, Wilson told Sports Illustrated's Extra Mustard the five best and worst things about dating a supermodel. Here are a few highlights:


• Having to answer questions about how you met your supermodel girlfriend from teammates who want to have a supermodel girlfriend.

• Having to keep your personal appearance on point. You don’t want to be the guy dragging the equation down. If she’s a 10, you don’t want to look like a 4.


• When they walk in a room first, you can be completely invisible. Nobody sees you at all.

• If they ask for a table at a restaurant, they’re going to get it. We’re always seated right away.

Well, C.J., now you get to see what it's like to be married to a supermodel. Maybe you can hit up Tom Brady for some pointers.

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