Reaction #3: Jack Stern (@ByJackStern)
For the last reaction, I chose to flip the script and go look at a Brewers fan. Jack Stern tweeted out his thoughts about the deal, sending Canha to Detroit, and it provides a much different viewpoint than that of the ones being held by the Tigers fans. But it's good to compare and contrast, so Tigers fans, let's hear it out.
Stern mentions that he's concerned about Canha's age, albeit he is 34 years old and not getting any younger. But that's also a price to pay for a veteran player, especially when he will play a role with this team's outfield group, so the age should not be as concerning as it seems on the front.
The second point that Stern makes is that he is concerned that his age is going to lead to a real downward trend in performance. On top of that, he believes that Canha will be a below-average hitter moving forward or regress to that level. For the Tigers, it should not be something of concern with this deal.
Canha may be on the wrong side of the age range and experience a regression, but the Tigers are not expecting him to churn out success over 500+ at-bats. He will be a player they plug in as needed, and they're not expecting 162 games of pure success.