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Tigers Look to Lock Up Curtis Granderson

After a historic season in 2007, the Tigers may be looking to lock up Curtis Granderson to a long term deal despite the fact that he’s not even eligible for arbitration yet.  This is one of those big win/potentially big loss kind of deals because while Granderson had the monster year last year, there’s not a long track record of success.  Still, it looks like the team hopes to sign him to a deal that would take him through all of his arbitration eligible years and then his first year of free agency.  I’ll hold judgement until it’s done and we see a number but I expect it to be a backloaded deal like a lot of these usually end up being.

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