- Jayson Stark, Senior Writer, ESPN.com
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They've had extensive conversations with Arn Tellem, the agent for free-agent starting pitcher Randy Wolf, and they continue to inch toward signing him, according to a major-league source.
Wolf had a three-year offer, at between $9-10 million a year, on the table from the Astros early in the offseason, only to have that offer retracted after the economy took a turn for the worse.
It's believed the Dodgers are offering a one-year deal with an option that could be similar to the contract free-agent starter Jon Garland just signed with Arizona.
Jayson Stark is a senior baseball writer for ESPN.com.
The Dodgers have had extensive conversations with the agent for free-agent starting pitcher Randy Wolf, and they continue to inch toward signing him.