Fear not, good ye citizens of, um, yore. The Dodgers done tooked him off the market.

Randy Wolf, whose first go-round with the Dodgers ended after 18 starts and shoulder surgery in 2007, on Friday agreed in principle on a one-year contract to return to the club.

Raised about a half-hour from Dodger Stadium, Wolf, 32, won 12 games for the Astros and Padres last season. It appeared he would return to Houston this winter after winning six of eight decisions in August and September, after which the Astros briefly offered him three years and $28.5 million to stay on. Yahoo! Sports.

I don’t know many things. But dude’s wife has gotta be PISSED.

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