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Former San Francisco Giants closer Brian Wilson, signed a Minor League deal this past Tuesday (July, 30) with the Rival Dodgers.
This had all the Social Media outlets going crazy, people wishing bad things on Wilson (myself included, before I took a step back) hoping that his career ends before it starts back up etc. I didn’t think much of this, people are upset and rightfully so, he crossed enemy lines and signed with the enemy.
Burning Wilson jerseys, wishing injury and social media outcry is the buzz right now, but how far is too far?
I myself am a much invested Giants fan, more Orange and Black in my closet than anything else in my wardrobe. In this collection is my road grey Wilson jersey. As I look at this jersey, and the corresponding pictures of Wilson in the Dodger blue it does suck but then I do the adult thing and reminisce about the good times.
That image in 2010 of Wilson striking out Ryan Howard in the NLCS, then Nelson Cruz in the 2010 World Series, the salute to hi...
BEST OF MAXIM
THE BEARD IS BACK!
The Los Angeles Dodgers reportedly have signed former Giants closer Brian Wilson, who hasn't thrown a big league pitch since April 12, 2012.
I wish I didn't care... I honestly do. I wish I didn't form attachments to players and memories and things like that, but unfortunately, that's just the way I operate. Some people are able to be far more rational and detached when it comes to sports, and sometimes I envy them for that.
For me, the news that Brian Wilson chose to sign with the Dodgers of his own volition...
Brian Wilson looks like the Chef Gene (actor: Christopher Meloni) from Wet Hot American Summer, GOT HEEEEEM. Credit: Daniel Brodsky and Jesse Katz (mostly DB though)
The Dodgers made a bold move to strengthen their bullpen Tuesday, signing former San Francisco Giants closer Brian Wilson to a minor-league contract, according to several online reports.
Wilson, who is more than a year removed from Tommy John surgery on his right elbow, is expected to reported to the Dodgers' spring training complex in Arizona but will soon be assigned to the...
Few players were more strongly associated with the San Francisco Giants over the past several seasons than Brian Wilson. The oddball closer was drafted by the organization in 2003 and was a member of the team’s bullpen from 2006-2012. He reached three All-Star Games and led the league in saves in 2010. He was on [...]
It’s official, the Beard has signed with the Dodgers. Wilson, 31, became a symbol of silly during the San Francisco Giants 2010 World Series run, regularly entertaining us with his antics, interviews, and choice outfits.
Wilson has been sidelined since 2012 following Tommy John surgery and is believed to be back to full-strength after working out for the Giants, Pirates, Dodgers...
Free agent reliever Brian Wilson has agreed to a minor league deal with the Los Angeles Dodgers, a source confirms.
The deal was first reported Tim Brown of Yahoo! Sports.
Wilson, 31, hasn't pitched since being injured on April 12, 2012, while with the San Francisco Giants, and undergoing the second Tommy John surgery of his career.
According to Brown, Wilson will report to...
The Beard is back in baseball.
The Los Angeles Dodgers have signed free-agent reliever Brian Wilson to a one-year contract.
He hasn't pitched in the major leagues since April 12, 2012, the same month he underwent Tommy John surgery on his right elbow.
Wilson was one of the majors' top relievers from 2008-11 with the San Francisco Giants. He was a three-time All-Star and...
Brian Wilson is now a Los Angeles Dodger.
After spending the last 15 months recovering from his second Tommy John surgery, the famous bearded closer shucked his roots in the San Francisco Giants organization and opted to sign a one-year, $1 million contract with their arch-rivals.
There have been mixed reactions from around the league. His former teammates and...
According to Bob Nightengale, the Dodgers have emerged as the front runners to sign free agent Brian Wilson. The feedback from Dodger fans across the internet have this potential signing landing with mixed reviews. Rightfully so. Dodger fans have despised Brian Wilson for years, suddenly he is going to don the Dodger blue? His talent is undeniable, his track record speaks for itself...
Isn’t that beard something?
Anyways, according to Bob Nightengale of USA Today Sports, the Los Angeles Dodgers, have signed former San Francisco Giants closer Brian Wilson. Wilson is coming off Tommy John surgery last April.
Brian Wilson is the newest member of #Dodgers and will be setup man
— Bob Nightengale (@BNightengale) July 30, 2013
Brian Wilson will go on minor league...
After flaming out in San Francisco, Brian Wilson is hoping to revive his career down the coast in Los Angeles.
The Dodgers are just hoping the eccentric closer can provide some quality innings as the team fights for a playoff spot, but Wilson may have his sights set a little higher.
Wilson tweeted a photo on Wednesday of his “state champion” little league team, coached by legendary...
Former San Francisco Giants turned Los Angeles Dodgers closer Brian Wilson definitely walks to the beat of his own drummer. He proves that everyday with that epic beard of his his. The spandex tuxedo is a pretty good indicator. His 'date' with a Sasquatch is pretty telling as well.
As the latest piece of evidence we have this--his photo-shopped image of a special Dodgers...
Brian Wilson is a Los Angeles Dodger.
That doesn’t make me angry, just sad. I hate to see any great Giant to go on to wear the Dodger Blue, but him especially. I could handle him on just about any other team than the Dodgers.
Well, I’d hate to see him on the Cardinals. Or the Braves for that matter. And the Angels definitely would suck, because it’s still L.A. And...
The Los Angeles Dodgers reached an agreement with reliver Brian Wilson. Wilson is a three-time All-Star who led the National League with 48 saves in 2010.
The Dodgers have been seeking bullpen help, specifically an eighth-inning man who can work as a bridge to closer Kenley Jansen. Since becoming the closer on June 11, Jansen is 2-0 with a 1.69 ERA and has saved 12 of his 14 opportunities...