Brian Wilson appeared in 18 games down the stretch for the Dodgers.
Los Angeles, CA (SportsNetwork.com) -
The Los Angeles Dodgers made it official on Saturday and re-signed pitcher Brian Wilson to a one-year contract with a player option for 2015.
Financial terms were not disclosed, but the Los Angeles Times said the deal is for $10 million in 2014 with the option set at $8.5 million plus incentives that could also make the 2015 package worth a total of $10 million.
After missing nearly all of the 2012 season with an elbow injury that eventually required surgery, Wilson signed with the Dodgers last year after spending his first seven major league seasons with the rival San Francisco Giants.
Seattle finally gets its man
By Chris Ruddick, MLB Editor
Philadelphia, PA (SportsNetwork.com) -
So maybe Jay Z knew what he was doing all along?
After what must have been a wild 24 hours in the Pacific Northwest, the Seattle Mariners finally landed a big time free agent and Robinson Cano got his 10-year deal after all, as the All-Star second baseman bolted New York for $240 million.
On Thursday it appeared as if Cano was signed, sealed and delivered to the Mariners to the tune of 9-years and somewhere around $225 million. But, reports started to circulate early on Friday that those talks broke off after Jay Z demanded a 10th year and another $25 million or so.