San Francisco Giants Closer Brian Wilson On George Lopez:

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San Francisco Giants Closer Brian Wilson On George Lopez:
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Over the past year, the nation has gotten a chance to see the hilarious actions of Brian Wilson over and over again. His appearances on the Jim Rome Show and the Jay Leno Show seemed to be his best material. Looks like we were wrong.

Wilson has made mention of his altered ego, a sex crazed maniac bent on domination. He calls this alternate personality "The Machine." It looks as if the Machine has struck again, and this time on the George Lopez Show.

Some may find his tactics rather childish, but I however think he sounds like Zack Galifianakas from "The Hangover." Try closing your eyes and telling me his voice doesn't strike a resemblance.

Wilson has become one of the most popular players in the league because of his quirky attitude, and a main reason why a TV show is in the works, documenting the lives of the players on and off the field. It could get a little dicey should they choose to follow Brian Wilson off the field. I wonder what the Machine does on the daily once he gets home...

If you haven't seen this clip, it's a must. He basically eludes to the fact that he engaged in sexual massages in Thailand, all while dressed as a "sea-man." It's pointless trying to explain, it's something you kind of just have to see for yourself.

As the Giants prepare for the 2011 campaign, it's nice to have a guy like Wilson bring some comedy to the club. Lord knows the awkward part of the team is solidified in Aubrey Huff's demeanor.

Wilson on Lopez

It will be interesting to watch if Wilson can have the same type of year in 2011, or if things will start to go south should he let himself, err, I mean the "The Machine" get frustrated.

The Giants are looking for a lot of the same from their bullpen, and hoping for some bats that were absent last season to make a comeback. Pablo Sandoval is one of the hot topics at the moment, and should he continue to lose the weight, he will be back in 2009 form.

If you haven't seen his appearances on the Rome show, you need to find that next. This is a good start if you've somehow been living under a rock for the last couple of months.

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