Reliever Brian Wilson has 171 career saves in seven MLB seasons. (Lisa Blumenfeld/Getty Images)
According the report, the deal is for one year and worth $10 million plus incentives. It also contains a player option for 2015 that is worth another $8.5 million.
Wilson can earn an additional $700,000 in incentives each year of the deal based on the number of games finished.
Wilson was used as a setup man with the Dodgers last season after making his season debut on Aug. 22, after coming back from reconstructive elbow surgery.
He posted a 2-1 record with an 0.66 ERA in 18 games in the regular season. In the postseason, he pitched six scoreless innings.