Found December 12, 2012 on Fox Sports Detroit:
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The Tigers and Mariners have had preliminary discussions about a trade that would send outfielder Brennan Boesch to Seattle, according to major-league sources. No such move is close, the sources said, but Boesch remains a secondary possibility for the Mariners in the event that their top outfield targets Josh Hamilton chief among them end up elsewhere. The Tigers could seek left-handed relief pitching in return for Boesch, and the Mariners are positioned to have three lefties in their bullpen: Oliver Perez, Lucas Luetge and former Tiger Charlie Furbush. Boesch, 27, is a streaky left-handed power hitter who finished fifth in American League Rookie of the Year balloting in 2010. He has a career .729 OPS with 42 home runs in 380 games.
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