Leading 5-1, the Angels broke it open in the fifth as Pujols and Harris hit two-run shots and Hamilton added a solo homer. Pujols and Hamilton went deep in back-to-back at-bats.
It was a big night for the entire lineup, but the focus was rightly on Hamilton because of his early struggles.
"You make a big adjustment when you switch teams," said Wilson, who also was a teammate of Hamilton's with the Texas Rangers. "You're living in a new place, you're going to the ballpark on a different route and all that stuff. I went through that last year, but the advantage I had was being from California.
"Josh wants to do well. He's knows what he's here to do. He's knows he's here to hit and play great defense, and if he doesn't do well, he's upset.
"He's having more fun and that's sort of contagious in itself."