• Sabean said Friday that the club's stance regarding Brian Wilson hasn't changed since last month, when he said that the Giants were unlikely to re-sign their former closer. Sabean said that the Giants have maintained contact with Wilson's representatives. But San Francisco is content to wait until Wilson, who underwent his second Tommy John elbow surgery last April, proves that he is throwing well enough to pitch competitively. "Their camp holds hope that he can get a contract with more guaranteed money," Sabean said.
• Left-handers Dan Runzler and Eric Surkamp are on the mend but are at different stages in their recoveries. Runzler, whose progress has been delayed by a strained left lat muscle, will be able to participate in Spring Training without restrictions. Surkamp, who underwent Tommy John elbow surgery last July, is throwing three times a week at 90 feet and probably won't pitch competitively until midsummer.
• The Giants have reminded people attending Saturday's FanFest to expect long lines and waiting periods for autograph sessions featuring players and coaches. The Giants recommend fans to keep busy with other activities, such as visiting the Trophy Pavilion at Pier 48, attending the question-and-answer sessions featuring players and club officials, watching KNBR's live broadcast and interviews in the seats behind home plate, or taking self-guided tours of the Giants clubhouse and the AT&T Park press box.