Detroit Tigers Offseason: A Month Late and a Million Short

Posted: 1st January 2010 by Blake VandeBunte in MLB
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Alright, my thoughts on the moves so far this offseason are late. At any rate, hate them or love them, here they are. It would be an understatement to simply say that the Detroit Tigers have entered a rebuilding phase. It has become a reality that we are all dealing with in our own ways. Common solutions include denial, rage, optimism, sadness, and/or the bottle of your choice. Our offseason activity thus far has done everything but confirm that a fire sale would not be taking place. Gone is Gold Glove second baseman Placido Polanco, back once again with the Philadelphia Phillies. Relievers Brandon Lyon and Fernando Rodney both declined arbitration and found new homes as well. Lyon is now a member of the Houston Astros, and Rodney is a member of the Ange ...

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