Brian Wilson the Most Googled By Himself Athlete of 2011

Google continues to roll out its most-searched for names and terms of 2011, announcing today that San Francisco Giants closer Brian Wilson Googled his own name more than any other ... Continue Reading →

$55 Million Federal Investigation Successfully Forces Barry Bonds to Watch TV at Home for 30 Days

Retired baseball slugger Barry Bonds was sentenced to 30 days house arrest on Friday by U.S. District Judge Susan Illston for giving misleading information to a grand jury. The sentence ... Continue Reading →

Marlins Pitcher Walks Guy Who Just Wants to Get Out

The 12 fans in the stands witnessed a great baseball moment. Continue Reading →

Brian Wilson Fan Homage

Almost 100-percent accurate in its douchiness. Continue Reading →

Commander-In-Chief Meets Beard-In-Chief

Brian Wilson is a member of the Beard Whig Party. Continue Reading →

Kid Pouts at Giants Game

Tim Lincecum does that when there's no weed. Continue Reading →

San Francisco Giants Brand Weed

Tim Lincecum only endorses products he uses. Continue Reading →

How Other Closers Plan to Steal the Spotlight from Brian Wilson

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Brian Wilson’s Spandex Tuxedo

He needed much more attention as a child. Continue Reading →

Miguel Tejada Almost Gets Thrown Out at Home by a Fan

Yeah, it's probably time for him to retire now. Continue Reading →

First Baseman Breaks His Leg Trying to Block First Base

The Giants lost first baseman Aubrey Huff for the season last night with a broken leg when he tried to block first base on a single by Florida's Logan Morrison. "We were ... Continue Reading →

Brian Wilson Creating a Whole New Generation of Bearded Douches

Fully bearded in the 6th grade. He’s going to get a young female teacher fired. Continue Reading →

Brian Wilson’s Beard Apparently MLB’s Entire 2011 Marketing Campaign

Despite league-wide revenue of nearly $7 billion in 2010, Major League Baseball is hinging its entire 2011 marketing campaign on the the facial hair of San Francisco Giants reliever ... Continue Reading →