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Tigers fans, you have been blessed by watching several of the growing stars in the game blossom before your eyes over the past several seasons. All of them have yet to get outside of team contract control. Some very tough decisions face the Tigers organization over the next several years. One of those decisions is Right Handed Pitcher Max Scherzer. You have seen him blossom into a strikeout hurling, power pitching machine over the last year and a half. Scherzer has only one more season of team control left and Scott Boras is his agent. It’s time to get out the checkbook or consider a strategy to replace him after he leaves in free agency after next season. A Scott Boras client never signs an extension with his current club without first testing the free agent waters with very few exceptions. The Tigers organizations however has had good relationships with Boras in the past, especially with the Prince Fielder deal. Since Scherzer has worn the old English D, he has been one of the bet...
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