(Minneapolis, MN) — Four different Anaheim players drove home a run and lefty C.J. Wilson was good in his Angels debut en route to a 5-1 win over the Twins. Wilson gave up one run on three hits through seven innings and struck out five to notch the win. Former Twin Torii Hunter had an RBI for the Angels. Twins left fielder Josh Willingham accounted for the Minnesota run with a fourth inning home run. Willingham has the only two homers this season for Minnesota. The Twins are now 0-and-4 on the season. This is only the third time in franchise history the team has been winless through the season’s first four games. Minnesota also began the year 0-and-4 in 1969 and 1981. The team has never started a year 0-and-5. The Halos and Twins will take today off and return to action tomorrow night. Jered Weaver will get his second start of the season against Minnesota hurler Carl Pavano.