Rafael Furcal's agent was telling teams last week that he had a four-year offer, but Paul Kinzer wouldn't say from which team.
Sunday, Furcal told the Dominican newspaper El Caribe that the team was the A's and that the offer was for $48 million.
The Dodgers are interested in keeping Furcal, but haven't been willing to offer him four years. With many young players on the verge of qualifying for arbitration, the Dodgers have been trying to limit their long-term commitments.
The Giants have also shown interest in Furcal. The Braves would be interested, but only if they trade Yunel Escobar as part of a package for Jake Peavy, something that's unlikely to happen quickly. Furcal told the newspaper that the Mets are also interested, but that's very unlikely.