You get traded from the Milwaukee Brewers to the Detroit Tigers... for absolutely nothing. Which means that Jason Tyner is sleeping alone tonight.
Dan Lunetta, the Tigers’ director of minor league operations, said the Brewers assigned Tyner’s contract to the Detroit organization. It didn’t appear that any cash or other players were involved in the transaction.
Tyner, who turns 32 on Thursday, has appeared in the majors with four teams and played in 114 games with the Minnesota Twins in 2007. He batted .095 (2-for-21) in nine games this year with Milwaukee’s Triple-A Nashville affiliate.
.095? He and Griffey could compare hitting notes.
Dont you think they could have thrown in some bats or something?