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A made-for-tv movie from the 1970s told the interesting tale of Detroit Tigers center fielder Ron LeFlore.
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The major holding pattern over the MLB Hot Stove has been eased tonight as it looks like the Dodgers have signed Greinke to a 6 year, 145 million deal. At this moment (8:54, ET), the deal is not close to official and still technically in the rumor stage, but MLBTR is reporting that the Rangers have been told they are out out of the race, and all of the baseball reporters are talking...
DETROIT The Detroit Tigers on Monday agreed to terms on a one-year contract with catcher Brayan Pena.
In 68 games with the Kansas City Royals last season, Pena hit .236 with 10 doubles, a triple, two home runs and 25 RBIs. He batted .320 with runners in scoring position this past season.
We are pleased to add an experienced catcher like Brayan Pena to our club, said Dave Dombrowski...
The Detroit Tigers have agreed to a one-year contract with catcher Brayan Pena.
Pena had a .236 batting average with two homers and 25 RBIs in 68 games last season for the Kansas City Royals. He hit .320 in 50 at-bats with runners in scoring position last season. He has hit .248 with 14 homers and 98 RBIs over eight seasons with the Royals and Atlanta Braves.
The 30-year-old Pena...
The Detroit Tigers signed catcher Brayan Pena on Monday, filling the roster spot vacated by Gerald Laird earlier this offseason. The deal reportedly will be for one year, though no financial particulars have been announced yet.
Pena, 30, is a switch-hitter — key, since Jim Leyland prefers to give Alex Avila his days off against lefty starters. He hit .236 with two homers and 25...
The newest member of the family of the Detroit Tigers does not deny his surprise change from the Pittsburgh Pirates, after being protected on the 40-man roster in hopes of debuting in the big leagues in 2013. However, he naturally takes up the challenge and is ready to continue growing as a professional.
According to Jason Beck of MLB.com, the Detroit Tigers signed veteran catcher Brayan Pena to a one-year deal. He'll be their backup catcher.
Pena, 30, hit .236/.262/.321 with 2 HR's, 25 RBI's and a .253 wOBA in 226 plate appearances for the Royals in 2012.
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