Reports are coming into the SFC newsroom that former Los Angeles Dodgers left-handed starting pitcher Randy Wolf and the Milwaukee Brewers have agreed to a contract.
- Wolf reportedly has agreed to a 3-year, $30 million dollar deal that will keep him a Brewer through 2012. Because Los Angeles did not offer Wolf arbitration, Milwaukee does not need to give Los Angeles their top pick in the draft (Wolf was a Type A free agent).
- Wolf had an ERA of 3.23 in 2009, his first season since 2002 in which his ERA was less than 4.23. He was 11-7 in ’09, and was a productive starter for the division-winning Dodgers.
- The southpaw is 33 heading into his twelfth MLB season with his sixth different team.