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Detroit Tigers Links 10/3/13: Reaction to the Doug Fister Trade


Oct 15, 2013; Detroit, MI, USA; Detroit Tigers starting pitcher

Doug Fister

(58) addresses the media prior to game three of the American League Championship Series baseball game against the Boston Red Sox at Comerica Park. Mandatory Credit: Rick Osentoski-USA TODAY Sports

Nationals Steal Doug Fister From Tigers – FanGraphs

"So, in exchange for Fister, the Nationals surrendered a non-elite pitching prospect who has pitched a half season at Double-A and probably won’t rank in anyone’s Top 100 next spring, plus a couple of role players who might or might not end up amounting to anything. And in return, they’re getting two years of a very good starting pitcher at far below market prices. This trade is nothing short of a bonanza for the Nationals."

Doug Fister trade is a terrible deal for the Tigers – Bless You Boys

"In this package, the Tigers have not upgraded any part of the team. In fact, so far this off season, they have managed to downgrade the lineup as they’ve lost two of their three most productive hitters, downgrade their rotation losing Fister, downgrade the bullpen losing Benoit, Veras, and now Smyly, and even downgraded their bench with what will replace what they had."

Doug Fister Is Steal For Washington Nationals – District on Deck

"First off, let’s just say the Nationals got a steal in this trade. Anthony Rendon is still a National and so is Lucas Giolito. The bad news is the Nationals lost home-town kid Steve Lombardozzi and the fifth best prospect Robbie Ray. But if you really think about it, Ray is about two years away from the big leagues and Lombardozzi isn’t going to make a huge impact on the club in the near future."

Tigers trade Doug Fister to the Nationals for two pitchers, infielder – Detroit News

"The Tigers likely are far from done on their offseason shopping. They still intend to revamp, at least slightly, their outfield situation, with focus on left field.It also is possible two weeks after they traded Prince Fielder for Ian Kinsler that one or more players already obtained in a trade could yet be packaged in other deals."

It’s impossible to see how the Tigers are a better team after trading Doug Fister – Pat Caputo

"There’s a bottom line here. The Tigers are shooting to win a World Series next season. I know Fister would have played his part, and played it well. I don’t know about these three players. Do you?"