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Going, Going, Gone...Tigers Trade Veteran Ian Kinsler

16 December 2017

Ken Rosenthal of The Athletic was the first to report the news. Meanwhile, Chris McCosky, a vet of the Detroit Newspaper scene, had this to say regarding the deal, before it was finalized.

Detroit received 18-year-old right-hander Wilkel Hernandez and 23-year-old outfielder Troy Montgomery in the trade. Kinsiler will make $11 million in the final year of his contract.

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All of the teams mentioned above are in need of a 2nd baseman, but it appeared that the Angels won over the ear of the Tigers front office. He took home the American League Golden Glove in 2016.

The team's return for Kinsler is not known but likely will not match his performance because of a number of factors - his contract, the trade market and his no-trade clause - working against the Tigers this week. While he did hit 22 homers, the four-time All-Star also posted a career-low.236 average. In fact, Kinsler's held a defensive WAR of 1.5 or better in six of his 12 seasons, and holds a career defensive WAR of 16.1, placing him in the top-100 of all-time.

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Upton's signing solved the Angels left field problem and the acquisition of Kinsler should upgrade second base where Danny Espinosa the projected starter prior to the trade hit just.162 across 77 games in 2017.

After going 80-82 last season to finish second in the AL West, Los Angeles recently landed two-way star Shohei Ohtani, who excelled as both a pitcher and hitter in Japan.

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Going, Going, Gone...Tigers Trade Veteran Ian Kinsler