Jansen became the all-time saves leader in Dodgers history on June 20, passing Eric Gagne's previous record of 161.
I'm still kind of having a hard time wrapping my brain around the fact that closers are getting these sorts of contracts. For five years before that, Jonathan Papelbon's four-year $50 million deal signed originally with the Philadelphia Phillies had stood as the benchmark.
If Justin Turner does indeed finalize a deal with the Dodgers, the team will be nearly set. However, the prevailing story was that he wanted to stay in Dodger blue more than anything - and the team wanted him back just as much.
Jansen was the awardee of Major League Baseball's 2016 Trevor Hoffman National League Reliever of the Year Award.
Turner, 32, hit.275/.339/.493 with 27 homers and 90 RBI in 151 games for the Dodgers last season, his third with the club. The 29-year-old right-hander had a career-best 47 saves last season for the Dodgers, who won their fourth straight NL West title but lost a six-game NL Championship Series to the eventual World Series champion Chicago Cubs.
A reunion with Turner would be the third key reunion for the Dodgers this winter, as the club already re-signed lefty Rich Hill (3 years, $48 million) and Jansen (5 years, $80 million) this winter.