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The Orioles announced they’ve reacquired infielder Tyler Nevin in a trade with the Tigers. Baltimore sends cash to Detroit, who had designated the right-handed hitter for assignment last week. The O’s now have 39 players on the 40-man roster. Nevin heads back to Baltimore after a year away. During the 2022-23 offseason, the Orioles had designated
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The Tigers and right-hander have avoided arbitration with right-hander Casey Mize, per Ken Rosenthal of The Athletic. The righty will make $840K this year and there’s a $3.1MM club option for 2025. Even if that option were to be turned down, he would still be under club control via arbitration. It will be a salary
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The Tigers announced Thursday that they’ve claimed right-hander Devin Sweet off waivers from the Giants and opened a spot on their 40-man roster by designating infielder Tyler Nevin for assignment. Detroit will be Sweet’s fourth organization in as many months. The right-hander went from the Mariners to the A’s in early September, from the A’s
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The Tigers added a talented prospect to their system after agreeing to a deal with Dominican third baseman Nestor Miranda, MLB.com’s No. 45 international prospect, upon Monday’s opening of the 2024 signing period. The club announced the agreement on Monday. Miranda signed for a $1.5 million bonus, according to sources. Detroit received a signing pool
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The 2023 season was the Year of the Steal in MLB. With any luck, 2024 will bring even more stolen base fireworks around the league. Plenty of players have already taken advantage of the new rules encouraging stolen bases, with NL MVP Ronald Acuña Jr. leading the charge with his historic 41-homer, 73-steal season. But
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The Tigers agreed to terms with three of their four arbitration-eligible players on one-year contracts, reaching deals with left-hander Tarik Skubal, catcher Jake Rogers and outfielder Akil Baddoo. Skubal’s deal is worth $2,650,000, Rogers at $1,700,000 and Baddoo at $1,550,000. Right-hander Casey Mize is the lone remaining arbitration-eligible Tiger. Teams and players faced an 8
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