Los Angeles Dodgers closer Kenley Jansen won't exercise the opt-out clause in his contract to become a free agent, Jon Heyman of MLB Network reports.

Jansen has another two years and $38 million left on the deal he signed with the Dodgers in 2016.

His decision to stay in Los Angeles was anticipated after a rough 2019 season. Jansen did record 33 saves for the NL West champion Dodgers but posted career-worst marks in ERA (3.71) and ERA+ (112), along with an abnormally high 3.48 FIP.