Immediately following the Dodgers 3-2 loss to the Giants, reliever Brian Wilson appeared to have a heated conversation with Giants CEO Larry Baer.

It was an odd sight as the Giants were going through their high-five line as Wilson and Baer were having a rather intense conversation. However, according to Andrew Baggarly of CSN Bay Area, Wilson isn’t too happy with the Giants organization:

Wilson finally made his return to San Francisco as a member of the Dodgers and only pitched in one game during the three-game series. While he was met with a mixture of boos and cheers on Tuesday, Wilson was heavily booed as he made his way to the bullpen during the 7th inning of tonight’s game.

17 months removed from Tommy John surgery, Wilson signed a one-year contract with the Dodgers as he cited his strong relationship with Dodgers manager Ned Colletti, who signed him when he was with the Giants.

When the Giants made their first appearance at Dodger Stadium, Wilson wasn’t in the mood to talk to reporters from the Bay Area or talk about his time in San Francisco.

It remains to be seen what will come of the heated conversation, but it looks like the relationship between the Giants and Wilson is strained.

UPDATE: Hank Schulman of the San Francisco Chronicle (10:55 PST): 

Team officials said they repeatedly tried and got no response.

UPDATE: Andrew Baggarly of CSN Bay Area

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In case you missed it, here’s the Dodgers pool celebration, PLUS Yasiel Puig’s celebration dance off!

http://youtu.be/LknQOqL7uME

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