Brandon Inge, whose long Detroit Tigers career came to an end when he was released last season, has contract offers on the table from two different (and unidentified) MLB teams, according to a report by MLB.com’s Evan Drellich.
Drellich reported that both deals would provide Inge a minor-league contract with a spring-training invite.
After the Tigers cut Inge loose following a 2-for-20 start to the 2012 season, the veteran third baseman signed on in Oakland. There, he proceeded to belt 11 homers and drive in 52 runs in 74 games, before suffering a shoulder injury in mid-August.
Inge underwent arthroscopic surgery on his right (throwing) shoulder in September.