Angels pitcher C.J. Wilson buys Thanksgiving food for random Chicagoans

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Los Angeles Angels pitcher C.J. Wilson is once again giving back to Chicago.

With just a few days until Thanksgiving, the left-handed veteran posted these photos to Twitter:

Wilson is the owner of CJ Wilson Automotive Group, which includes a number of dealerships throughout the Chicago area.

This past summer, the California native gave a grant to police in Orland Park, where one of Wilson’s dealerships is located, according to the Chicago Tribune.

The two-time All-Star has a 3.74 ERA in 11 seasons split between Los Angeles and the Texas Rangers.

All stats via Baseball-reference.com.

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