Now that's a Deal!!!

Finally, the Tigers listened to me!

This just in from the Dallas Morning News.
The Texas Rangers have seen another former member of their franchise go to a contender.

The Detroit Tigers have agreed to a deal with Joe Nathan, according to CBS Sports' Jon Heyman.

Nathan was 43-of-46 in save chances in 2013, with a 1.39 ERA and 73 strikeouts in his last season in Texas. The six-time All-Star is 39 years old. In his two seasons in Arlington, he had 80 saves and 151 strikeouts.

The Tigers have won three straight AL Central titles without winning a World Series, and some feel a closer was a key void in last year's playoff run.

I hope he knows what he's doing...

A starting pitcher for three minor leaguers? Does that really move us forward?

We need a closer: a proven closer.

Maybe Rondon is ready. Maybe they have faith in Smyly. Maybe Santa will be good to us.

I'm a died in the wool AL fan, but has anybody even heard of these guys?