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Report: Former Cubs shortstop Javier Baez will sign with the Tigers

1 month ago   |   By WGN TV

DETROIT - When the Cubs decided to trade away the core of their 2016 World Series championship team in July, many wondered how many of those players could return to the club in free agency.
It appears that Javier Baez won't be one of those who will make his way back to the north side.
Javier Baez and the Tigers are nearing a deal, per source. It is expected to be a six-year contract worth $140 million. - Mark Feinsand November 30, 2021
Per numerous reports, first from Mark Feinsand of MLB.com, the former Cubs' shortstop will be signing a six-year, $140 million dollar contract with the...
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