Good advice, but I have to call you out on something that isn't baseball related: I don't think any self-respecting classic rock/pop fan can let you get away with referring to the Giants' Brian Wilson as "not the guy that the Barenaked Ladies wrote the song about." Dude: Brian Wilson was the co-founder/leader of the Beach Boys, a master of vocal harmony, and certainly one of the greatest pop songwriters history has ever known. It's true that the Barenaked Ladies wrote a song about him, but that's probably the least significant thing you can say about the guy. Long after the Barenaked Ladies are completely forgotten, Brian Wilson will live on as one of the true legends of popular music. In baseball terms, the equivalent would be calling Roger Maris "that guy Billy Crystal wrote a play about" or calling Joe DiMaggio "that guy Marilyn Monroe married." Or calling Cal Ripken "that guy from the Esskay hot dog commercial." Sorry to rant, but Brian Wilson really is the Ripken/Maris/DiMaggio of American pop music, so I had to say something. As far as closers go, good list.