Faced with the prospect of losing Rafael Furcal to the Braves, the Dodgers rekindled negotiations with the shortstop on Tuesday night. Furcal's agent claims that he is leaning towards Atlanta, but Los Angeles has reportedly improved their offer. "We're still in conversations with Raffy's agents," general manager Ned Colletti said. Furcal reportedly rejected the Dodgers' initial offer, which was laden with incentives, guaranteed for two years and included a vesting option for a third. The Braves' offer is worth $10 million per season, according to multiple reports.