Found October 28, 2013 on Next Impulse Sports:
PLAYERS: CJ Wilson
TEAMS: Los Angeles Angels
Sure it’s probably exciting to be in the World Series, but if you’re like Angels pitcher C.J. Wilson the premature offseason gives you time to do other things like work on your photography portfolio of your Brazilian supermodel wife. Wilson gathered five of his friends to be stylists and lighting assistants for a photoshoot of his model wife, Lisalla Montenegro. Wilson photographed the Brazilian beauty at the construction site of their new Beverly Hills home. Suddenly not making it to the World Series doesn’t seem so bad. So go grab your hard hats and gawk at lovely Lisalla erect a house. You can see the rest of the glorious photos of the stunning Lisalla over at Esquire. Article found on: Next Impulse Sports
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