Tigers Making Many Offseason Moves

With a lifetime batting average of .229 and .250 in the postseason, the Tigers have decided to re-sign Don Kelly to a one-year extension.

Although Don Kelly is not a consistent starter, he is a great role player. When his number is called, he will go in the game and do whatever the team needs him to do.

Besides re-signing Kelly, they also bolstered their bullpen with the reported signing of closer Joe Nathan and acquired left-hander Ian Krol in the Fister trade.

Along with them came utility infielder Steve Lombardozzi and minor-league pitcher Robbie Ray in the Fister trade as well.

There are a lot of changes to the Tigers with a whole lot of offseason left. This next season should be an interesting one to watch.


Romero Hardy is a multimedia journalist for Impact Sports

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