The Detroit Tigers have shown that when they want a player, that player soon becomes a Tiger.
Former Los Angeles Angels (and Minnesota Twins) outfielder Torii Hunter is now a Tiger.
FOX Sports' Jon Morosi reported Tuesday that Hunter was in town meeting with the Tigers and it didn't take long for the two parties to come to an agreement, which was first reported by MLB Network Wednesday afternoon.
FOX Sports' Ken Rosenthal reported it was a two-year contract, pending a physical. USA Today was reporting the terms were two years, 26 million.
Although Hunter is 37 years old, he had one of the better statistical years of his career this past season with the Angels, batting .313 with 16 home runs and 92 RBIs.
Hunter played right field for the Angels and would most likely play there for the Tigers.
It would be a significant upgrade from the left field production and defense the Tigers got last year from a combination of Brennan Boesch, Andy Dirks, Ryan Raburn and Avisail Garcia.