Found November 13, 2012 on
Your newest member of the Detroit Tigers is Torii Hunter! Or at least that’s my best guess at this point. Some people who are ‘in the know’ have indicated that Hunter is most likely going to land with the Tigers or the Texas Rangers.
Hunter is 37 (turns 38 in July) and will likely get a 2-year contract, wherever he lands, for approximately $10M/year. Hunter says, “It’s not about money. I’ve made money. I want a ring.” And he means it. So naturally his top 2 suitors are the teams that have represented, and ultimately failed, the American League in the last 2 World Series.
Hunter has indicated that he will end his free agency at the earliest possible moment. As in likely before or just after Thanksgiving, which means we’ll know his destination very soon.
Torii Hunter might be patrolling Comerica Park’s outfield in 2013
And if you don’t like Torii Hunter, then you just don’t like baseball. He is everything good about the game. He smiles, he leads both on and off the field, he takes car...
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Torii Hunter, as speculated in this article yesterday, has officially signed a 2-year, $26 million contract with the Detroit Tigers. He got a bit more money that the speculated 2-year, $20M deal that was floated out there but the Tigers feel like they got their man.
Torii Hunter is pumped to be a Detroit Tiger
Hunter will bat 2nd and play right field for Jim Leyland in 2013 and ’14...
DETROIT -- Its said that youre judged by the company you keep, and Tigers teammates Miguel Cabrera and Justin Verlander might soon join a very select circle.
If third baseman Cabrera wins the American League Most Valuable Player award Thursday night, it would come one year after pitching ace Verlander received that honor. The duo would be only the fourth pitcher-position player...
Table of Contents
Here’s the table of contents for today’s edition of Daily Notes.
1. Two Comments on the Venezuelan Winter League
2. SCOUT Leaderboards: Venezuelan Winter League
3. Video: Bruce Rondon Attempts a Little Murder
Two Comments on the Venezuelan Winter League
Comment No. 1: Regarding Possible Detroit Closer, Bruce Rondon
There have been indications so far this offseason...
Detroit Tigers prospect James McCann discusses his experience at the Arizona Fall League and more in this one-on-one interview.
The Detroit Tigers have made no secret that they're interested in free-agent outfielder Torii Hunter. Continue reading →
This afternoon, Matt Klaassen detailed the NL Cy Young decision, which basically comes down to Clayton Kershaw and R.A. Dickey. Both had excellent seasons, and it’s essentially hair-splitting to pick one or the other, though as Matt notes, most of the hairs tend to fall Kershaw’s way when you actually do split them. Over in the AL, the story is similar, though in this case...
The Detroit Tigers are very close to winning a World Series, and they have proven that they will do whatever it takes to get the job done over the next couple of years. Torii Hunter is a free agent who wants to win a World Series within the next couple of years, as his illustrious career is drawing to a close. Is it just me, or is this a logical fit for the Tigers to sign Hunter...
The first big free agent is off the board.
Right fielder Torii Hunter reached agreement Wednesday with the Detroit Tigers on a two-year contract, according to major-league sources.
The deal, pending a physical, will give the American League champions a new No. 2 hitter, boosting an offense that will receive an additional lift next season if designated hitter Victor Martinez makes...
After watching the Detroit Tigers come up short in the World Series, Torii Hunter believes he just might be the offensive spark to help this team get over the hump next season.
According to ESPN, Hunter has agreed to a two-year deal worth $26 million.
This signing is the biggest of the off season so far and the superstar outfielder should blend his talents well into a lineup...
The Detroit Tigers selected left-hander Joe Rogers in the fifth round of the 2012 MLB First-Year Player Draft. Recently, Rogers was kind enough to check in with us to discuss draft day and his experience with the Connecticut Tigers in short-season ball.
The seemingly inevitable signing of Torii Hunter with the Detroit Tigers has been completed. Hunter has agreed to a two-year deal with the Tigers, and will make $26 million. Earlier today, Garrett explored Hunter's popularity on the free agent market in comparison to Josh Hamilton, Michael Bourn, and Nick Swisher.
With the Angels last season, Hunter amassed 5.3 fWAR, the...
Tuesday morning news broke that free agent outfielder Torii Hunter, a 37-year-old, nine-time gold glove winner was in town meeting with the Detroit Tigers on a possible deal that would bring him to the Motor City.
Sources: Free agent outfielder Torii Hunter is meeting with #Tigers officials in Detroit today. @mlbonfox
— Jon Morosi (@jonmorosi) November 13, 2012
Hunter who is coming...