Injured Giants San Francisco Giants closer Brian Wilson has been keeping himself busy while on the disabled list. Two weeks after appearing at the ESPY Awards with a seven-foot sasquatch as his guest, Wilson premiered his mini web series “Uncaged with Sasquatch” on Break Media. It’s the first of five episodes, which will roll out every Monday.
Last year San Francisco Giants closer Brian Wilson showed up to the ESPY’s wearing a spandex tuxedo and this year he brought Sasquatch along as his date and we’re not talking about Khloe Kardashian.
The San Francisco Giants have a new team plane and it’s one that can’t be missed even in the high in the sky. In honor of arguably their most popular player, closer Brian Wilson, the Virgin America plane now sports a beard.
The Airbus A320 is emblazoned with the Giants logo and features Wilson’s iconic facial hair on the front of the plane. Virgin is also offering a tie-in contest for people that see the plane and tweet photos of it will become eligible to receive a free flight or Giants tickets.
Virgin signed a multi-year marketing partnership with the Giants back in 2011.
This was meant to get posted yesterday of San Francisco Giants closer Brain Wilson in his Alma matter LSU football uniform before the big game over the weekend against the Alabama Crimson Tide, in which the Tigers won 9-6.
San Francisco interim mayor Ed Lee decided to get some friends to create a video to advocate for him to get the job full time. Those friends included San Francisco Giants reliever Brian Wilson and NFL Hall of Famer Ronnie Lott, while throwing in the soundtrack of MC Hammer’s “2 Legit 2 Quit” and you have one of the stranger and more entertaining political ads.
Not sure as to why NBA 2K12 got a Major League Baseball player to endorse its newest video game, which was releasehed Tuesday, but the end result is a hilarious two minutes of San Francisco Giants closer Brian Wilson talking up the 1986 Boston Celtics.
Pretty much everyone that loves shoes wanted a pair of Nike MAG’s more commonly know as the Back to the Future II shoes, especially athletes from every major sport. Unfortunately not all of us were as lucky as San Francisco Giants closer Brian Wilson, who was able to grab two pair for just under $10,000 each. However the people that were lucky to land a pair did a good deed and help raise $5,695,190.53 for the Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson’s Research over the 10-day period.
This was before co-founder of Google, Sergey Brin, personally matched the proceeds and helped raise the total to $11,390,381,10.
The Nike announced early this month that they would release 1,500 pairs of their Nike MAG shoes, a replica of the shoe featured in the film Back to the Future Part II, on eBay with all the proceeds being donated to the Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson’s disease research. The shoes are going for as low as $4,000 eBay and last night San Francisco Giants closer Brian Wilson showed 0ff that he is the proud owner of a pair.
Wilson, who is currently on the disabled list, appeared before reporters during batting practice showing off the new kicks that are driving sneaker heads crazy. Later in the ballgame against the Colorado Rockies, Wilson once again appeared in the dugout still wearing the Nike MAGS but this time the soles were fully charged.
Wilson is said to have bought two pairs and spent a little under $10,000 for each.
Remember on July 14, when we posted the picture of San Francisco Giants closer Brian Wilson showed up to the ESPY’s in a spandex tuxedo suit alone with a cane? Well it didn’t take long for a Giants fan to match Wilson and take his dress up act to AT&T Park. D.J. Silva showed up to the Philadelphia Phillies-Giants game on Sunday and took the outfield bleachers by storm.
The San Francisco Giants made their official visit to the White House on Monday afternoon to meet President Obama and his remarks revealed a startling admission. He too fears the beard of Giants star closer Brian Wilson.
“And then there’s the guy with the beard,” Obama said. “I do fear it. Have you guys seen the SportsCenter ad where it’s ESPN where it starts doing a dance?”
After commenting on Wilson’s outfit at the 2011 ESPY awards and the sea captain costume he wore on “Lopez Tonight,” Obama went on to praise him and said that he’s “one of the most dominant closers in baseball.”
Wilson has been dominant this season thus far, racking up 31 saves with a 2.83 ERA.
The all star games in NBA and MLB give it’s players a chance to show off some special shoes and not conform to the leagues uniform policy. However San Francisco Giants closer Brian Wilson took it one step further and wore cleats with his own face on it celebrating a victory.
That’s taking self expression to another level.
San Francisco Giants closer Brian Wilson lost his cool during Friday night’s game against the Detroit Tigers after giving up a game-tying RBI single in the eighth inning and another run in the ninth. This was the second blown save in many days for Wilson.
San Francisco Giants closer Brian Wilson is a real character and on Showtime’s reality series The Franchise: A Season With The San Francisco Giants, he explains his catchphrase “Got Heeeem!”
In Oklahoma City they want you to believe that James Hardens beard is one to be feared but after last nights collapse not even this fan can save the Thunder. San Francisco Giants closer Brian Wilson is not impressed.
The defending World Series champions the San Francisco Giants have one giant confession and that is they like to party hard or at least that’s what the pot smoking Tim Lincecum, insane bearded freak Brian Wilson, red thong wearing Aubrey Huff, and Pat Burrell aka the Machine that dresses up in sexual attire would lead you to believe.
This is what happens when YouTube lip-syncing sensation meets The Beard or better know by the government as Brain Wilson closer for the San Francisco Giants. Keenan Cahill is joined by Wilson and Giants outfielder Cody Ross as they do a rendition of Taio Cruz’s Dynamite.
The San Francisco Giants are still garnering attention off the field after their World Series victory, and surprisingly not all from Brian Wilson. Outfielder Cody Ross will delve into the world of social media and pop culture when he shoots a video with kid YouTube sensation Keenan Cahill.
Cahill, 15, suffers from Maroteaux-Lamy Syndrome. The disease affects only over one thousand people in the world. He has already flown out to Arizona to start filming the video project, although the time of release to his 340,000 subscribers is unknown.
San Francisco Giants closer Brian Wilson made a Thursday appearance on “Lopez Tonight” with a different look than everyone got accustomed to in the World Series. Instead of the shoe polish black beard he showed up in a sea captain outfit, a gray beard and a pipe.
The San Francisco Giants finished off the Philadelphia Phillies Saturday to earn a berth to the World Series and everyone seems to want to put a microphone in Giants closer Brain Wilson face to see what he will say. Now if you where watching the post-game interview you saw Wilson tell FOX reporter Chris Rose
So to all the people that sent me a text or an email asking what the hell Wilson was talking about, I think the video from last year better describes who the Machine is than my words could.