The Los Angeles Dodgers and right-handed relief pitcher Brian Wilson have agreed on a one-year, $10 million contract, according to Tim Brown of Yahoo! Sports (via Twitter). Jon Heyman of CBSSports.com notes that Wilson can receive a player option for the 2015 season that is worth $8.5 million.
Wilson, 32 in March, was impressive in his 13.2 innings of work with the Dodgers last season. He logged a 0.66 ERA and went 2-1 in his 18 appearances from the Dodgers bullpen, after signing mid-season with the club. The former San Francisco Giants closer has a career 3.10 ERA and 171 saves in 333 total appearances. The Giants non-tendered Wilson in 2012 after finding out that the closer would need a second Tommy John surgery.
The Dodgers bullpen ranked 13th in ERA last season with a 3.49 mark. It's expected that Wilson will likely be the setup man for closer Kenly Jansen, who recorded 28 saves in 32 opportunities. Wilson should be a nice asset to the Dodgers bullpen, especially since he'll be completely healthy and will begin the year with the club.