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The National Baseball Hall of Fame revealed the 2023 Baseball Writers’ Association of America Hall of Fame ballot on Monday, with several notable names appearing for the first time, as well as returning candidates hoping to continue trending toward possible enshrinement in Cooperstown. Former slugging outfielder Carlos Beltrán, who belted 435 home runs and stole
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The Tigers have claimed outfielder Bligh Madris off waivers from the Rays, reports Marc Topkin of the Tampa Bay Times. Tampa Bay designated Madris for assignment earlier in the week. Madris, 26, made his big league debut in 2022, splitting the season between the Pirates and Rays. He didn’t appear in the Majors with Tampa
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Jeimer Candelario won’t return to the Detroit Tigers for the 2023 season. The Tigers non-tendered Candelario ahead of Friday’s 8 p.m. deadline, meaning he immediately became a free agent for the first time in his career. He was projected to receive $7 million in his final year of salary arbitration. The Tigers also non-tendered infielder
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The Tigers are non-tendering third baseman Jeimer Candelario, reports Evan Petzold of the Detroit Free-Press (Twitter link). He’d been projected by MLBTR contributor Matt Swartz for a $7MM salary. Candelario has been the Tigers primary third baseman for the past five seasons. Originally acquired from the Cubs in a 2017 trade, he was manning the hot
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The Detroit Tigers tendered contracts to six arbitration-eligible players for the 2023 season: Austin Meadows, Gregory Soto, Joe Jiménez, José Cisnero, Tyler Alexander and Rony García. Third baseman Jeimer Candelario, infielder Harold Castro and utility player Willi Castro were non-tendered and officially became free agents at Friday’s 8 p.m. tender deadline. Earlier this offseason, the
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Detroit − The Tigers on Friday night announced they were not tendering contracts to three relatively long-tenured, arbitration-eligible players – third baseman Jeimer Candelario and utility players Harold Castro and Willi Castro. Candelario, 29 and a two-time Tiger of the Year honoree, had been with the club the past six seasons and was projected to
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DETROIT — Jeimer Candelario shared the Major League lead in doubles in the 2021 season and looked like an emerging young hitter. Now, the switch-hitting third baseman is a free agent looking for a home for a potential bounce-back season after the Tigers declined to offer him a contract by Friday’s non-tender deadline. The Tigers
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The deadline to tender contracts to arbitration-eligible players is tonight at 7:00pm Central. There will be a frenzy of non-tenders and trades today, but also some signings. For many players, there’s little pressure to agree to terms this week. The deadline for exchanging figures isn’t until January 13, with the hearings taking place in March.
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The Detroit Tigers continue to attack the waiver wire. On Friday, the Tigers claimed outfielder Bligh Madris off waivers from the Tampa Bay Rays, according to a source with knowledge of the situation. Madris, a left-handed hitter with two minor-league options remaining, has played 39 games in his MLB career. The Tigers have not announced
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The Detroit Tigers have three relief pitchers who should generate significant trade interest this offseason: Gregory Soto, Joe Jiménez and Alex Lange. Teams are already calling. “We’ve gotten a lot of calls from teams already,” Scott Harris, president of baseball operations, said Nov. 8 at the general manager meetings in Las Vegas. “This is sort
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Since its inception in 1992, the Arizona Fall League has sent more than 60 percent of its participants and more than 3,000 players to the big leagues. That group includes Hall of Famers Roy Halladay, Derek Jeter and Mike Piazza, another Cooperstown lock in Albert Pujols and this year’s American League MVP (Aaron Judge) and
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Detroit — Another day, another roster deadline for Tigers president Scott Harris. By 8 p.m. Friday, decisions to tender contracts to nine arbitration-eligible players will be rendered. Those not tendered will be outrighted and become free agents — which was the fate of outfielder Victor Reyes earlier this week. Seven of the nine players played
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