The Los Angeles Dodgers are not interested in free-agent closer Brian Wilson, according to a report on CSNBayArea.com.
Brian Wilson appeared in just two games for the San Francisco Giants last season before needing Tommy John surgery.
Wilson helped the Giants win the 2010 World Series when he had 48 saves, 93 strikeouts and a 1.81 ERA in 70 regular season appearances. Wilson made 10 appearances in the 2010 post-season, posting a 1-0 record, striking out 16 and recording six saves during San Francisco's championship run.
Wilson is 20-20 with 171 saves and a 3.21 ERA in his seven-year career with the Giants and has expressed interest in being close to his Los Angeles home.
Kenley Jansen led the Dodgers with 25 saves last season in 65 appearances. Jansen finished with a 5-3 record and 99 strikeouts with a 2.35 ERA out of the bullpen. Javy Guerra and Brandon League also had eight and six saves respectively.