Jul 23, 2013, 9:45 PM EDT
Given the age of the Phillies’ roster, if you asked many of them, “What do you think about Brian Wilson?” you might get a few “I love the Beach Boys!” replies. Brian Wilson the baseball player, however, will be showing off his surgically-repaired right arm in front of several teams, including the Phillies, on Thursday, according to MLB.com’s Todd Zolecki.
Wilson made two appearances with the Giants last season before landing on the disabled list, ultimately requiring Tommy John surgery. He is relatively young at 31 and could be had cheaply with an incentive-laden contract, depending on how many teams consider him a legitimate option for their bullpens.
The Phillies recently received word they will be without relievers Mike Adams and Jeremy Horst for the rest of the season. At 4.36, the Phillies have the National League’s worst bullpen ERA. But, with a 49-50 record and seven games out of first place in the NL East entering tonight’s game against the Cardinals, the Phillies still consider themselves contenders.
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