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The Detroit Tigers announced earlier today that they were adding 5 new players to the 40 man roster. The move is not a big one but click on the player names below to view their profiles. Get to know your new Tigers!
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The Detroit Tigers signed catcher Gerald Laird to a one-year, $1 million contract on Friday.
Laird will play in his second stint with the club, having spent time with Detroit in the 2009-10 season prior to signing with the St. Louis Cardinals.
The 32-year-old batted .232 with one homer and 12 RBIs in 108 plate appearances this past season.
Catcher Gerald Laird is returning to the Detroit Tigers, agreeing to a $1 million, one-year contract.
Laird hit .232 with one home run and 12 RBIs in 37 games last season for the World Series champion St. Louis Cardinals. The 32-year-old Laird has a .241 career average with 35 homers in nine major league seasons. He was with the Tigers from 2009-10 and also has played for Texas...
The Tigers have made their first somewhat significant move of the off-season by signing catcher Gerald Laird to a one-year deal. Before you get too upset, keep in that he will probably be playing fewer than 40 games as Alex Avila's back-up catcher. The 32-year-old Laird needs no introduction to Tigers fans who remember him as a good field no hit catcher on the 2009-2010 teams...
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9. Evan Longoria...
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