Found December 14, 2012 on Baseball Prospectus:
PLAYERS: Anibal Sanchez
TEAMS: Detroit Tigers
The Rangers still have options, the Angels have an abundance of outfielders, and Anibal Sanchez`s impending decision has multiple implications.
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