Torii Hunter says his mind-set began to change when he walked into the visiting clubhouse at Coors Field and saw he was batting second for the first time this season.

"Wherever I hit in the lineup I try to make the adjustment and help the team win," Hunter said. "If I have to get a runner over, hit and run, set the table, even bunt, I'll do it."

Yeah, right. Hunter looked every bit the middle-of-the-order hitter he's been all season Friday night, crushing a pair of two-run home runs and adding a two-run single to lead the Angels to a 7-2 interleague victory over the Colorado Rockies.

"I moved 'em over," Hunter said with a grin after the Angels improved to 64-30 in interleague play since 2007, the best record in baseball. "It felt good in the two hole. It was the first game of my career in Coors Field. I've been wanting to check it out. I like this stadium."

C.J. Wilson also made his Coors Field debut Friday, and for all the horror stories he heard about it being a hitter's haven, he seemed OK with the joint.

The left-hander gave up one run and five hits in eight innings, striking out nine and walking one, a 101-pitch gem that improved him to 7-4 with a 2.39 earned-run average.

"I hit a ball in the second deck in batting practice today, and you saw how I hit in the game, so that was a cause for trepidation," said Wilson, who struck out once and grounded weakly to second twice.