“I think the game is doing well,” Verlander said, “and you see that reflected in player salaries and also what the owners are taking in.”
“We’re going to miss those guys and those personalities,” Ausmus said, “but I’m not worried about there being a problem in the clubhouse.”
Scherzer’s deal counts as $28,689,376 annually for purposes of baseball’s luxury tax.
In his introductory press conference, Scherzer acknowledged even he was staggered by the amount of the deal.
Scherzer turned down an offer from Detroit last March that would have paid him $144 million from 2015-20.
He turned down an offer from Detroit last March that would have paid him $144 million from 2015-20.
No one knows how long Shields can pitch the way he has the past four years, but his track record and Detroit’s need make him worth a look.
Detroit Tigers fans and baseball fans alike are all waiting to see where free agent pitcher Max Scherzer will land.
Investing in Scherzer is inherently risky because the amount of the investment will be so great, but in my mind, the risk is worth taking.
According to a report by Ken Rosenthal and Jon Paul Morosi of Foxsports.com, they believe the St. Louis Cardinals are setting their sights on Max Scherzer and David Price.