On Saturday night, Los Angeles Angels left-hander C.J. Wilson took a break from hitting the gym to return to Angel Stadium...for some Supercross action.

Wilson, an avid motor sports enthusiast, paid a visit to the FS1 booth for the night's festivities, which transformed the Big A from a dormant baseball field into a lively Supercross course.

Let's do this Anaheim!! #SXonFOX pic.twitter.com/edThu7bl0g

— Supercross LIVE! (@SupercrossLIVE) January 24, 2016

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Naturally, he had to comment on the field's changes by cracking a joke:

I'm not qualified to ride this but I'm here @supercrosslive has created some bad hops on the infield...

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Prior to the night's action getting underway, Wilson hit the booth for some on-camera time with FOX Sports' Jamie Little and the FS1 crew:

.@Angels pitcher CJ Wilson (@str8edgeracer) talking Supercross with @JamieLittleTV. pic.twitter.com/47hzVNkMYv

— Supercross LIVE! (@SupercrossLIVE) January 24, 2016

Great 2 C R buddy CJ Wilson of the @Angels in R @FS1 booth @SupercrossLIVE He owns a Supercross team @str8edgeracer pic.twitter.com/uGktr6NIrK

— Ralph Sheheen (@ralphsheheen) January 24, 2016

A few hours before Supercross took over the Stadium, Jon Heyman reported on the ever-incessant trade rumors regarding Wilson:

a few teams have checked in on cj Wilson on a buy-low type trade but angels haven't heard anything worth doing yet

— Jon Heyman (@JonHeyman) January 23, 2016

C.J. will earn $20 million in 2016 in the final year of his contract with the Halos, which is most likely a pretty significant obstacle to finding a trade package agreeable with their demands.