Posted December 06, 2012 on
Stay current with all the roster movement and personnel decisions with the TigsTown Transaction Blog. The Tigers shipped out left-hander Andrew Oliver in exchange for catching prospect Ramon Cabrera from the Pirates.
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The Pittsburgh Pirates have acquired left-handed pitcher Andy Oliver from the Detroit Tigers in exchange for catcher Ramon Cabrera. More details to come.
As the Winter Meetings came to close the Tigers made a relatively low-key move Wednesday night sending LHP Andy Oliver (a once coveted pitching prospect) to the Pittsburgh Pirates for minor league catcher Ramon Cabrera.
The 23-year-old switching hitting Cabrera batted .276 in 2012, with three home runs, 50 RBIs, and 22 doubles in 112 games and offers some catching depth after losing...
The Pirates announced something not quite a blockbuster today. They have traded AAA catcher Ramon Cabrera to the Detroit Tigers for LHP Andy Oliver. Cabrera had a pretty good year as a 22 year old at Altoona this season, eventually being promoted for a backup stint in AAA. Year Tm G PA AB R H [...]
The Detroit Tigers have traded starting pitcher Andy Oliver to the Pittsburgh Pirates in exchange for switch-hitting catcher prospect Ramon Cabrera.
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NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) -- The Detroit Tigers traded left-hander Andy Oliver to the Pittsburgh Pirates for catcher Ramon Cabrera.
The 25-year-old Oliver was 5-9 with a 4.88 ERA in 19 starts and nine relief appearances this year at Triple-A Toledo.
Cabrera, 23, hit .276 with 22 doubles, three homers and 50 RBIs at Double-A Altoona.
The swap was announced Wednesday.
The Pittsburgh Pirates have traded switch-hitting catcher prospect Ramon Cabrera to the Detroit Tigers in exchange for starting pitcher Andy Oliver.
LEFT HANDED PITCHER
Born: December 3, 1987
Drafted: 2nd round, 58th overall, 2009 (Tigers)
How Acquired: Trade from Tigers (for Ramon Cabrera)
College: Oklahoma State University
Agent: Scott Boras
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Oliver ran into controversy before he turned pro. He was drafted...