Two-time American League MVP Miguel Cabrera has agreed to terms with the Detroit Tigers on a new
6:59pm: Jon Morosi of Fox Sports reports new details of the contract: Miguel Cabrera extension is 8 years and roughly $248 million, source confirms. Works out to AAV ~ $31MM during the extension years. — Jon Morosi (@jonmorosi) March
UPDATE: Jon Morosi also reports the deal should be through at least the 2021 season, if not beyond: New deal for Tigers and Cabrera, if completed, will go through at least 2021 and possibly longer than that. — Jon
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The Detroit Tigers issued an unorthodox statement yesterday morning: The Detroit Tigers have made a substantial, long-term contract extension offer to Max Scherzer that would have placed him among the highest paid pitchers in baseball, and the offer was
The Tigers acquired shortstop Alex Gonzalez from the Orioles for infielder Steve Lombardozzi.
Max Scherzer has rejected a long-term extension offer from the Tigers and they have released
The Detroit Tigers may not pursue Stephen Drew. Although Drew is the best free agent shortstop on the market, the Tigers may not pursue him due to the cost of signing him as it would involve a hefty contract
Detroit Tigers reliever Bruce Rondon needs surgery to repair a torn ligament in his right elbow and
Jose Iglesias is out 4-6 months with stress fractures in both of his legs.