Bryan Cranston (Breaking Bad) attended the Los Angeles Dodgers game on Tuesday and met one of his heroes Vin Scully:
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Cranston also met the one who beards, Brian Wilson, and Cranston signed a baseball for Wilson as any should have expected him to:
Walter White’s dead, though… kind of like Brian Wilson’s command.
The Dodgers have been a lot of fun to watch lately, haven’t they? Despite a bit of a hiccup in Milwaukee over the weekend, they have a comfortable six-game lead in the NL West and the best playoff odds in the league. It helps that the Giants have been unable to get out of their own way, but only one team, the A’s, can boast of more wins, though both the Angels and the Orioles...
Jeff Bridges bowled a strike during Friday night's Cubs-Dodgers game.
He was asked to throw out the first pitch, and that's exactly what he did. But as a tribute to his character in The Big Lebowski, The Dude bowled a strike rather than actually throwing it...
I don’t know what surprised me more, Brian Wilson’s hair or that the MLB season was starting. When was they going to tell us? Brian Wilson is looking swell. pic.twitter.com/v7lsCSbAaV — Matt Clapp (@sharapovasthigh) March 31, 2014 Brian Wilson rockin' the cut. #Dodgers pic.twitter.com/eaHyZw8mF5 — GrandPaD (@_GrandPaD) March 31, 2014
Your browser does not support iframes. A bizarre scene unfolded immediately following the Los Angeles Dodgers' 3-2 victory over the San Francisco Giants on Thursday. Former Giant and current Dodger Brian Wilson emerged from the bullpen and marched over to the stands where Giants CEO Larry Baer was sitting and began fuming about something. It wasn't immediately clear what...
Senator John McCain took to Twitter early on Friday to complain about the Dodgers celebrating in the Chase Field outfield pool, and even called the Dodgers idiots. Brian Wilson was not about to let that one go without a fight, and he responded as only Brian Wilson can. Shots fired! Here was McCain’s comment, and below it you can see Brian’s great response. Article found on...
HAIRY SITUATION AVOIDED
Brian Wilson not only made his debut in a Dodgers uniform Thursday, he also reportedly declined an alleged $1 million payday if he shaved his beard.
A MILLION REASONS
A razor blade company has offered a huge sum of money to Los Angeles Dodgers reliever Brian Wilson if he agreed to shave his phenomenal beard.
Reliever Brian Wilson is already with the Dodgers in Philadelphia, and it’s widely expected that he’ll be activated as soon as today, so it’s worth taking a look at what fans should realistically expect from him going forward.
In four rehab appearances between A+ and AAA, Wilson has pitched four and a third innings, struck out three, walked none, and gave up one hit. All in...
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.