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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 — 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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Detroit – Just two seasons ago, right-hander Kyle Funkhouser emerged as a versatile and vital part of the Tigers’ bullpen, covering 68.1 innings and posting a 3.42 ERA. Now, after missing the entire 2022 season with a shoulder injury that ultimately required surgery, he finds himself off the club’s 40-man roster and facing an uncertain
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Detroit — The Tigers didn’t just hire a new hitting coach. They’ve installed a new hitting department. On Tuesday, the Tigers announced the hiring of Michael Brdar and Keith Beauregard as big-league hitting coaches and James Rowson as assistant hitting coach. Presumably, they will join holdover Adam Melhuse to make a four-man hitting group. The
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Go through the gallery above to view Tony Paul’s top 50 Major League Baseball free agents heading into the 2023 season. Click here if you have trouble viewing the gallery. Detroit — Black Friday still is two weeks away. But for Major League Baseball, the store doors have swung open this week, with the start of free agency.
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Las Vegas – Tigers president Scott Harris presently has three assistant general managers (Sam Menzin, Jay Sartori and Rob Metzler), a vice president of player personnel (Scott Bream) and a vice president of player development (Ryan Garko). But he’s come to the league’s general managers meetings in Las Vegas without an actual general manager. And
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