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Eddie Bonine Elects Free Agency

With all of the Sparky news, this one kind of got lost in the shuffle.  Tiger’s started Eddie Bonine filed for free agency after he was outrighted to Triple-A.  He’ll be joined by minor leaguers Max St. Piere, Jay Sborz and Jeff Frazier once the five day deadline passes and players can talk to other teams on Saturday.

Bonine had a weird couple of years with.  He was mostly used as a sport started in 2008 and 2009.  Then in 2010, he pitched almost exclusively out of the bullpen.  He kind of followed the Tigers because he had a really good first half (2.81 ERA in 41 2/3 innings.  Then he was just awful in the second half (.395 batting average against in 26 1/3 innings).  Bonine’s 29 and while he’s served a purpose, I don’t see him having a role on the Tigers with the talent coming up so this is probably just as well.

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