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Today in Tigers History
December 7th

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1984 The Mets send right-handed starter Walt Terrell to the Tigers in exchange for infielder Howard Johnson. New York's new third baseman will spend nine years with the club and will return to the organization to become a minor league manager and big-league coach.
2009 Adam Everett and the Tigers agree to a $1.55 million, one-year deal keeping the infielder in Detroit. The slick-fielding shortstop batted .238 with three homers and 44 RBIs for the second-place club last season.
2013 Jacoby Ellsbury agrees to a seven-year deal, valued around $153 million, to patrol center field for the Yankees, joining Brian McCann as the team's second major free-agent signing this week. The outfielder, who played a major role in the Red Sox' World Championship last season, also received offers from his former team, the Tigers, and Mariners.

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