Baer employed the pitcher for seven seasons until he joined Los Angeles after the Giants' World Series victory in 2012. Wilson decided that was the time to ask Baer about his 2012 World Series ring.
Once Wilson finished his tirade, Baer walked to the other side of the ballpark. There, he delivered the ring to Dodgers personnel to pass on to the pitcher.
"We have been for seven months trying to give him his World Series ring and tried these past three days," Giants spokeswoman Staci Slaughter said.
"It's been more challenging than we expected. We've given the ring to the Dodgers, and he now has it. We really tried to do the right thing. We invited him to the ring ceremony. A number of members of our organization repeatedly reached out to him, and we didn't get any response."
Wilson was not in the clubhouse for comment after the Dodgers' loss. When asked about the confrontation, Wilson said it was "just a conversation between me and him."
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