Found December 20, 2012 on
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Bobby Evans, the VP of Baseball Operations for the San Francisco Giants was on KNBR today with Larry Krueger. Evans said the Giants are still over seeing Brian Wilson‘s rehab, and will continue to do so until he’s healthy or signs elsewhere. Evans also pointed out that there is still an open door for some discussions with Wilson about returning to the Giants. However, they’re still keeping their eyes open for another bullpen arm.
When asked about the two-year, $15 million offer made to outfielder Ichiro Suzuki, Evans said the Giants never really pursued Ichiro or made him an offer. Ichiro has since signed with the Yankees.
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~King of Cali (Steven)
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