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Byline: Marcus Hayes
Nov. 29--For Randy Wolf, all things really were equal.
National League sources have indicated that the Phillies were willing to guarantee Wolf a contract for 2 years at $7 million per season -- not bad for a lefthander who missed 13 months after undergoing Tommy John surgery on July 1, 2005.
The Dodgers gave him $7.5 million this season and the chance to vest an option to earn $9 million next season if he pitches 180 innings -- and the chance to do it in his hometown. If he doesn't vest his option, he gets a $500,000 buyout.
Technically, it's a 1-year, $8 million deal, since that's the guaranteed money. Wolf sees it …