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MLB Trade Rumors:
The Tigers are interested in Braves infielder/left fielder Martin Prado, reports Jon Paul Morosi of FOX Sports. The free agent market for potential second basemen has moved quickly, with Aaron Hill and Jamey Carroll off the board and Mark Ellis close to a deal with the Dodgers. Morosi adds that the Tigers are willing to trade left fielder Delmon Young for the right second baseman, but it's not known whether the Braves are interested.
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In a report from Mlive Contributor Ian Casselberry earlier today, he mentioned that the Detroit Tigers were interested in trading for Atlanta Braves super utility player Martin Prado to fill our 2nd base hole. At first I was very excited about the report since Prado is a great player and would defiantly help us at 2nd base and fill in at lead off...
Sources close to Jon Paul Morosi of FOXSports report that the Detroit TIgers are interested in Atlanta Braves' Martin Prado. It's possible that the team could trade left fielder Delmon Young for the right second baseman, but it's not know whether the Braves have interest in acquiring Young.
Prado is arbitration-eligible and is in line to make $4.5 million on a one-year...
With Aaron Hill returning to the Diamondbacks on a two-year, $11 million deal, the Tigers believe they may need to turn to the trade market to fill their opening at second base.
The Tigers are interested in Atlanta's Martin Prado, sources say. He's available, too.
Prado started at second base for the National League in the 2010 All-Star Game, but his production declined...
The Atlanta Braves front office had to let out a collective cheer today after hearing that Colorado Rockies second baseman Mark Ellis signed with the Los Angeles Dodgers. The Rockies have been kicking tires on a potential trade for Martin Prado to play second base, after this news their interest has to be growing.
The Rockies have talked with Atlanta. Multiple executives said that...
The Rockies' aggressiveness in their pursuit of Jamey Carroll could indicate that they're ready to make some bold moves this winter, writes Troy Renck of The Denver Post. The team even offered the veteran a multi-year deal, according to a source with direct knowledge of the talks, even though they clearly preferred the 37-year-old on a one-year contract. After losing...