Rafael Furcal will reportedly stay with the Dodgers, having reached a preliminary agreement Wednesday on a $33 million, three-year contract. Furcal finalized his decision late in the afternoon on Wednesday, a person familiar with the negotiations told The Associated Press. On Tuesday, Furcal had been close to accepting a $30 million, three-year offer from the Atlanta Braves, his original major league team. Furcal had the second best per game improvement from 2007 in 2008, click here to see who else made the list.
Report: Furcal Re-Signs With Dodgers For $33M