Friday, December 19, 2008

Wolf Redux?

Is Randy Wolf in our sights?
"The Dodgers have not made an offer," Wolf said in an e-mail. "If the Dodgers want to come forward, I would be open to the possibility."
Looks like Randy is doing some campaigning.

Considering he was an "innings eater" last season he just might do.
Wolf, 32, went 12-12 with a 4.30 ERA in 190 1/3 innings for the Padres and Astros after the Dodgers declined his $9 million option for 2008 when shoulder surgery derailed his previous season.
He may be the perfect bridge until something more exciting develops.

LA Dodger Talk thinks about the numbers.

Wolf could probably be signed for a one -year deal with an option year, probably for $6 to $8 million per year. That makes more sense to me than signing a pitcher long term.

Yup, I agree. At those prices he might just be a perfect fit for now.


  1. He ain't going to the Braves, that's for sure! :)

  2. I've always been a fan of Wolf's. And I still think he has a great year left in him somewhere - just not sure which one. 8M is probably a reasonable deal for him.


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