What did the Tigers get for Daniel Norris?

What did the Tigers get for Daniel Norris?

The Detroit Tigers have traded left-handed reliever Daniel Norris to the Milwaukee Brewers, a source with knowledge of the situation told the Free Press. The MLB trade deadline is 4 p.m. Friday, and the market for relievers is expected to pick up in the final hours.

Who did Tigers get for Norris?

Reese Olson
ATLANTA – As expected, the Milwaukee Brewers made a trade Friday to add to their bullpen, acquiring veteran left-hander Daniel Norris from the Detroit Tigers. To get Norris, 28, the Brewers traded minor-league right-hander Reese Olson, who had been pitching for the high Class A Wisconsin Timber Rattlers.

Did Tigers trade Jonathan Schoop?

The Tigers announced that infielder Jonathan Schoop has signed to a two-year contract extension. Schoop has been scheduled to hit free agency this winter, but will now remain in the Motor City through the 2023 season.

Who did the Tigers just trade?

The Tigers traded for Garneau on Wednesday, acquiring him from the Colorado Rockies for cash considerations. To make room for the 34-year-old on the active and 40-man rosters, the Tigers optioned outfielder Jacob Robson to Triple-A Toledo and transferred catcher Jake Rogers to the 60-day injured list.

Did the Tigers make any trades?

Update 5 p.m. July 30: With the deadline in the books, the Tigers only traded reliever Daniel Norris for Single-A pitcher Reese Olson. Welcome to your one-stop shop for 2021 MLB trade deadline updates. There have already been All-Star deals as sellers retool for their rebuilds and buyers prepare for a stretch run.

Who did Cubs trade to White Sox?

Craig Kimbrel
The Cubs announced Friday they traded All-Star closer Craig Kimbrel to the crosstown White Sox for second baseman Nick Madrigal and reliever Codi Heuer. It’s a stunning move between Chicago’s two baseball teams, perhaps even more than the 2017 trade involving José Quintana, Eloy Jiménez and Dylan Cease.

How many players did the Cubs trade away?

In return, the Cubs acquired 11 players, including nine prospects. “The decisions that we have to make in this game sometimes are really difficult,” Hoyer said Friday, “and I hope that people don’t ever think that there’s not a real emotion that goes into doing that.

How long is Max Scherzer’s contract?

In Scherzer, who is in the final year of a seven-year, $210-million contract that pays him $34.5 million this season, the Dodgers get a three-time Cy Young Award winner who helped the Nationals win the 2019 World Series and is 8-4 with a 2.76 ERA in 19 starts this season.

How are the Detroit Tigers going to trade Mazara?

The Tigers will have a week to trade Mazara, attempt to pass him through outright waivers, or place him on release waivers. Mazara has more than five years of service time, so even if he does go through outright waivers without a claim, he can reject an outright assignment to the minor leagues and retain the entirety of his remaining salary.

Who was sent to the Lakeland Flying Tigers?

Detroit Tigers sent RHP Erasmo Ramirez on a rehab assignment to Lakeland Flying Tigers. Detroit Tigers optioned RHP Beau Burrows to Toledo Mud Hens. Detroit Tigers selected the contract of RHP Buck Farmer from Toledo Mud Hens. Detroit Tigers sent C Grayson Greiner on a rehab assignment to Toledo Mud Hens.

How are the Detroit Tigers doing right now?

Since that date, however, things have greatly improved for both player and team. Detroit has quietly gone 31-27 over the last two-plus months, while Schoop’s revived bat has been a big part of that success — the veteran infielder has hit .320/.368/.567 with 14 homers over his last 253 PA.

Who is the right hander for the Detroit Tigers?

The Tigers announced Monday that they’ve agreed to terms with No. 32 overall pick Ty Madden. The now-former Texas right-hander signed for a $2.5MM bonus that comes in north of his slot’s $2,257,300 value, Jim Callis of reports ( via Twitter ).

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