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Tigers Unlikely To Deal Cabrera Anytime Soon

Jon Paul Morosi of FoxSports.com reports that two people "with knowledge of the Tigers' plans heading into the winter meetings downplayed the possibility that Miguel Cabrera will be traded in the coming week," with one going so far as to say the chances of a deal were "pretty remote."

Morosi's sources say the team is more likely to move Edwin Jackson and/or Curtis Granderson, and that even though Justin Verlander isn't on the trade block, his future is "indirectly" tied to what happens in the next few weeks.

Cabrera is owed $126MM over the next six years, and given the team's financial situation, the case can be made that they'd be better off using that money to fill multiple holes.








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