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"I guess from what I hear it was because I said I was going to hit a home run off of him," Napoli said Monday.
Wilson sent a tweet acting as if he was giving his former teammate his number, but instead posted an old phone number of Napoli's. Wilson then deleted the tweet and called it a prank.
Later Wilson tweeted, "Okay I think we've all had a good time, I'm even with mike for saying he can't wait to hit homers off me."
Napoli said he hasn't spoken to Wilson since last season ended. He added that if Wilson had an issue with what he had said, picking up the phone would have been a better solution than going to Twitter.
"That's what I would do," Napoli said, "but sometimes you don't know what C.J. is thinking."
Wilson left the Rangers as a free agent and signed a $77.5 million, five-year deal with the Angels.
Updated March 19, 2012