If reports are correct, the Dodgers just made former Giants closer Brian Wilson a very wealthy setup man.
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Brian Wilson signed with the Los Angeles Dodgers two weeks ago on July 30 and it appears his Minor League assignment is close to be finished.
With the Giants in pursuit of free agent reliever Brandon Lyon, it was all but certain that Brian Wilson would not return to San Francisco. General manager Brian Sabean reportedly made that absolutely clear...
The Giants will talk to Brian Wilson, Bruce Bochy said on Monday, but Sergio Romo is his closer.
Brian Wilson is looking for a contract and has reportedly expressed interest in staying close to his offseason home of Los Angeles. However, Giants fans don't need to panic yet that the 2010 World Series...
Brian Wilson was the most noteworthy name among those who were non-tendered Friday night. There’s still a chance he could return to the Giants at a discounted rate, but Henry Schulman of the San Francisco...
Brian Wilson has started throwing again after missing nearly the entire season following Tommy John elbow surgery, but his days with the Giants could be numbered.
The Giants are in "wait and see" mode on Brian Wilson. And it doesn't sound like the bearded one will be given a tender by November 30.
Brian Wilson didn’t care if it happened in the nation’s capital, on the banks of the Ohio River, on the shores of McCovey Cove or on a cold, gray afternoon within view of the Gateway Arch.