|Dec. 7 4:20 PM PT5:20 PM MT6:20 PM CT7:20 PM ET19:20 ET0:20 GMT8:20 CST5:20 PM MST7:20 PM EST7:50 PM VEN4:20 UAE (+1)6:20 PM CT-The Beard is staying in Los Angeles. The Dodgers on Saturday announced they have signed free-agent reliever Brian Wilson to a $10 million, one-year deal to stay with the team. The deal includes an $8.5 million player option for 2015. General manager Ned Colletti says that considering how well Wilson pitched down the stretch and in the postseason the team is glad to have him return.
Analysis: Wilson, a right-hander and the 2010 major league saves leader while with San Francisco, joined the NL West champion Dodgers last season after a second Tommy John elbow ligament replacement surgery. He missed almost the entire 2012 season when the Giants won their second World Series in three years. Wilson tossed scoreless relief in 17 of 18 regular season games, going 2-1 with a 0.66 ERA. The 31-year-old reliever was 1-0 and pitched six scoreless innings in the playoffs.
|Dec. 5 2:03 PM PT3:03 PM MT4:03 PM CT5:03 PM ET17:03 ET22:03 GMT6:03 CST3:03 PM MST5:03 PM EST5:33 PM VEN2:03 UAE (+1)4:03 PM CT-A person with knowledge of the negotiations says free-agent reliever Brian Wilson has agreed to terms on a $10 million, one-year contract to stay with the Los Angeles Dodgers. The deal is pending a physical, the person said Thursday, speaking on condition of anonymity because the team had not made an announcement regarding the quirky, bearded pitcher. Wilson's new contract includes an option for the 2015 season.
Analysis: Wilson, a right-hander and the 2010 majors saves leader while with San Francisco, joined the NL West champion Dodgers last season after a second Tommy John elbow ligament replacement surgery. He missed almost the entire 2012 season when the Giants won their second World Series in three years. Wilson went 2-1 with a 0.66 ERA in 18 outings this year for Los Angeles.
|Sep. 1 12:42 PM PT1:42 PM MT2:42 PM CT3:42 PM ET15:42 ET19:42 GMT3:42 CST12:42 PM MST2:42 PM EST3:12 PM VEN23:42 UAE2:42 PM CT-Wilson recorded his first victory in a little more than two years Saturday by pitching a scoreless inning in the Dodgers' 2-1 win over San Diego.
Analysis: Wilson has made five scoreless appearances for Los Angeles since returning from Tommy John surgery.
|Aug. 23 1:32 PM PT2:32 PM MT3:32 PM CT4:32 PM ET16:32 ET20:32 GMT4:32 CST1:32 PM MST3:32 PM EST4:02 PM VEN0:32 UAE (+1)3:32 PM CT-Wilson made his first major-league appearance since undergoing Tommy John surgery Thursday in a 6-0 win for the Los Angeles Dodgers in Miami
Analysis: Wilson pitched the ninth, allowing one hits while striking out two. It was his first game since April 2012. Wilson completed the Dodgers' 17th shutout, most in the majors.
|July 31 10:02 PM PT11:02 PM MT12:02 AM CT1:02 AM ET1:02 ET5:02 GMT13:02 CST10:02 PM MST12:02 AM EST12:32 AM VEN9:02 UAE12:02 AM CT-Wilson has been activated from the disabled list by the Los Angeles Dodgers after being sidelined since April 2012 because of an elbow injury.
Analysis: Wilson, a former All-Star closer mounting a comeback from Tommy John surgery, was available for the start of the Dodgers' series Monday night at Miami. Outfielder Scott Van Slyke was optioned back to Triple-A Albuquerque. Wilson made four scoreless appearances during a minor league rehab assignment. The Dodgers signed him after he was non-tendered by the San Francisco Giants last winter.
|July 30 5:49 PM PT6:49 PM MT7:49 PM CT8:49 PM ET20:49 ET0:49 GMT8:49 CST5:49 PM MST7:49 PM EST8:19 PM VEN4:49 UAE (+1)7:49 PM CT-The Los Angeles Dodgers have signed Wilson to a one-year contract.
Analysis: He hasn't pitched in the major leagues since April 12, 2012, the same month he underwent Tommy John surgery on his right elbow. Wilson was one of the majors' top relievers from 2008-11 with the San Francisco Giants. He was a three-time All-Star and led the big leagues with 163 saves in 186 chances.