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Tigers Still Hope To Sign Miguel Cabrera To Extension

Jon Paul Morosi of the Detroit Free Press has an article up today in which he tosses around some numbers regarding a possible Miguel Cabrera contract extension.  Tigers GM Dave Dombrowski admitted his desire to sign Cabrera long-term recently.

Morosi expects Cabrera to receive an $11MM contract for '08, if he doesn't sign long-term soon.  Morosi calculates that if Cabrera signed right now, six years and $105MM might be a reasonable amount.  That would be $11MM for '08, $14MM for '09, and $20MM per year thereafter.

By the way, I'm happy to report that Morosi has agreed to answer some questions for our Rumor Royalty series.  Feel free to leave suggestions in the comments.


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