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The Rangers have signed left-handed pitcher Mitch Stetter and right-hander Sean Green to Minor League contracts with invitations to Spring Training.
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Left-hander Mitch Stetter and right-hander Sean Green agreed Monday to minor league contracts with the Rangers that include invitations to major league spring training.
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Prince Fielder has finally found a new home and it’s one that he is very familiar should be familiar with. The all-star first baseman has signed a nine year, $214MM contract to play for the Detroit Tigers, where he once roamed around by his father’s side as a 12-year old.
The contract is the fourth largest deal in baseball history in terms of total dollars behind Alex Rodriguez’s...
"There's a reason that, when I talked to one rival AL Central club official Tuesday afternoon, he said both 'I give them credit' and 'They're one of the teams you hate (because of the money they're spending).'"
The Mystery Team strikes again. After months of rumors that had Prince Fielder going to Washington, Texas, Baltimore, Seattle, and everywhere in between except Detroit, the Tigers decided to respond to Victor Martinez‘s knee injury in the most extreme way possible – giving Prince Fielder an enormous amount of money.
As first reported by Tim Brown of Yahoo Sports, with the...
The Tigers have agreed to sign Prince Fielder to a nine-year, $200MM contract Jon Heyman of CBSSports.com tweets.
Prince Fielder will sign with Detroit, for nine years and $214 million. Wow.Any comment, Mr. Oswalt?Two X references in one day. I better stop now.
Signing Fielder makes the Tigers the most likely playoff team in all of baseball for 2012. The other four teams in the American League Central could merge and the Tigers might win the division anyway.
Prince Fielder is headed for Motown. After biding his time this offseason, the game's top remaining free agent agreed to a massive nine-year, $214 million deal with the Detroit Tigers.
Never underestimate Mike Ilitch's desire to win the World Series. On Tuesday, the Tigers owner shocked the baseball galaxy when he gave the richest contract in club history to free agent Prince Fielder.