Carlos Rodon put pen to paper on a two-year, $44 million agreement with the San Francisco Giants over the free agency period. However, there was a possibility that he could have signed with another NL West powerhouse instead.

New York Post’s Jon Heyman revealed on Thursday that the Los Angeles Dodgers made a push to sign Rodon to a free agent deal in the offseason.

Dodgers president of baseball operations Andrew Friedman placed a mere one-year deal on the table for the All-Star starting pitcher. In the end, he sided with the Giants’ two-year offer that included an opt-out in the contract as well.