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Dave Dombrowski Texts Billy Beane 'You Have 1 Minute To Acquire Chris Sale'

By: Evan Jankens
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The trade deadline in baseball is amazing. The day started with the Oakland A’s getting Jon Lester and Jonny Gomes for Yoenis Cespedes. 184 more words

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Smyly, Jackson Dazed By Trade, Sad To Leave Detroit

By Ashley Dunkak
@AshleyDunkak

COMERICA PARK (CBS DETROIT) – The Detroit Tigers traded away starting pitcher Drew Smyly and center fielder Austin Jackson, both of whom had been with the organization since 2010, to land coveted 2012 Cy Young Award winner David Price. 502 more words

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Opinion: Acquisition Of Price Has Everything To Do With Oakland's Aggressive Moves

By Ashley Dunkak
@AshleyDunkak

COMERICA PARK (CBS DETROIT) – Over the month of July, the Oakland A’s acquired three marquee starting pitchers – Jeff Samardzija and Jason Hammel several weeks ago and Jon Lester on Thursday. 472 more words

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Dombrowski Details How Price Trade Unfolded, Explains Rationale For Move

By Ashley Dunkak
@AshleyDunkak

COMERICA PARK (CBS DETROIT) – In one aspect, Thursday’s deadline deal that made David Price a Detroit Tiger surprised general manager Dave Dombrowski as much as anybody else. 1,027 more words

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Tigers Win A.L. Arms Race

Some trade deadlines come and go with little fanfare. Others, like yesterday’s featuring blockbuster deals by the A’s and Tigers, take on the feel of a titanic struggle between warring superpowers volleying their entire arsenals in an epic struggle for league supremacy and immortality. 550 more words

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Reports: Tigers Trade Austin Jackson, Drew Smyly For David Price

By Ashley Dunkak
@AshleyDunkak

COMERICA PARK (CBS DETROIT) – The formidable starting rotation of the Detroit Tigers just got better.

Tigers general manager Dave Dombrowski, known as one of the best in the business, made a deal at the deadline to bring Tampa Bay Rays starter David Price to Detroit. 351 more words

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Flying Tigers: Where are the Bats?

I have the good fortune to have spent portions of every summer at old, out-of-the-way place in southwestern New York that historically has named among its variety of curious attributes a large bat population. 751 more words

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