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With the Braves moving into their new stadium in Cobb County in 2017, one man wants to keep baseball within the confines of Turner Field.
Max Scherzer allowed a second-inning homer by Yankees newcomer Brian McCann, but the Detroit right-hander was otherwise sharp in his first start of the spring Friday, yielding only that one hit in the Tigers' 7-4 loss to the New York Yankees.
Detroit Tigers shortstop Jose Iglesias is expected to be out for about a week because of a recurring shin problem.
Lucas Harrell won a team-best 11 games as a rookie in 2012 before a terrible season a year ago, when he led the American League with 17 losses and got bumped into the bullpen.
The 2013 and 2014 salaries of the 146 players in salary arbitration, as obtained by The Associated Press from player and management sources. The 2014 salaries include earned bonuses. For players with multiyear contracts (x-ending multiyear contract; y-beginning multiyear contract), the salaries listed are the average annual values of the contracts. (w-arbitration winner; l-arbitration loser).
After two years of trying to outslug the rest of the American League, the Detroit Tigers are taking a new approach.
Out goes Nate Karns, and back from Tampa Bay come Drew Vettleson and Felipe Rivero -- and a whole lot of potential.
New Detroit Tigers second baseman Ian Kinsler doesn't mind admitting he had gotten comfortable in Texas.
Fitting in with a new team is old news for Matt Garza.