This is the fourth installment of a series in which I ponder personnel decisions that need to be made regarding players who were on the team in 2009. You can read the first three here , here and here . Today, IÆm going to look at the final player who has the option of becoming a free agent, Adam Everett.á Everett was a bit of a surprise early in the season. A career .245/.297/.351 hitter, he hit .284/.315/.376 in April and May but started out the season as a bit of a disappointment on defense. So the Tigers were getting a little more output than expected at the plate, but had to sit through miscues on defense that were uncharacteristic for one of the all-time great shortstops.á As the All Star break came and went and the season progressed, he settled more into his traditional role. Desp ...
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