Tigers will listen to offers for star players at Winter Meetings

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DETROIT – Tigers slugger Miguel Cabrera told Venezuelan correspondents on Saturday that he might want to stay with the club, yet he would not obstruct an exchange on the chance that it benefits both sides.

As the Tigers listen to exchange enthusiasm for the greater part of their veteran players heading into the Winter Meetings beginning on Monday simply outside Washington, D.C., Cabrera’s remarks are his first on the likelihood of being exchanged since general director Al Avila said the club will hope to pare down finance this offseason and would engage exchange offers to arrive.

Talking in Spanish at his Miggyball philanthropy occasion in his local Maracay, Cabrera told columnists, including Andriw Sanchez Ruiz of the Venezuelan daily paper El Nacional, that Avila called him about the likelihood of an exchange. Avila said finally month’s General Managers Meetings that he called the majority of the Tigers’ star players about their offseason change and the likelihood of an arrangement.

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