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The San Francisco Giants may have lost Brian Wilson for the season due to an elbow injury, but that doesn’t mean we have to lose his antics. The eccentric, bushy-bearded closer showed up at ESPN’s annual award show, the ESPYs, with a date that actually had more hair than him. You may know him as Sasquatch.
Wilson encouraged followers on Twitter to tweet him questions about the big fella using the hashtag "#asksasquatch," so feel free to ask him questions.
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We don’t plan on watching all of the ESPYS but just when you start to get tired of ESPN still talking about LeBron, Tebow, and with NO Erin Andrews, you start to lose interest.
But then … San Fransisco Giants closer Brian Wilson and his beard brought a hot date to the award show… Sasquatch!
All that was missing was some beef jerky.
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