• Sources: Wilson close to rejoining Dodgers

    Summary of 3 articles · Updated Dec 3, 2013
    The Los Angeles Dodgers are close to bringing back free-agent reliever Brian Wilson, sources told ESPN.com on Tuesday. The Dodgers are making progress in retaining free-agent reliever Brian Wilson, but the don't have a deal yet, according to a baseball source. Belisario was in line for a salary around $2.5 million, which the Dodgers apparently believe would be better spent as part of Wilson's salary. Howell filled that role in 2013, but he's looking for a three-year deal and the Dodgers aren't eager to ha...
    Source: ESPN.com
    • Dodgers, Wilson making progress toward contract

      The Dodgers are making progress in retaining free-agent reliever Brian Wilson, but the don't have a deal yet, according to a baseball source.
      Source: MLB.com
    • Dodgers cut ties with reliever Belisario

      The Dodgers did not tender a contract to Ronald Belisario by Monday night's deadline, making the right-handed reliever a free agent. The Dodgers tendered contracts to their other three arbitration eligibles -- Clayton Kershaw, Kenley Jansen and A.J. Ell…
      Source: MLB.com

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