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For the Tigers, the big trick will be convincing Scherzer to return. Scherzer is plainly going to win the gamble he took on himself by turning down that will $144 million extension offer a last year, but there’s less baggage among him and his original crew than there was for Lester if the Red Sox tried to sign them after trading him past summer.
Scherzer and his agent, Scott Boras, appear to be sure to take Detroit on a outdoors ride over the next few weeks, but here’s the thing: Detroit is still equipped with nightmares about the 2006 as well as 2012 World Series, plus a string of disappointing line in earlier rounds.
So even if they lose Scherzer to a workforce like the Yankees, Nationals, Titans or Cardinals, they’ll go down having a fight, the way the Red Sox does with Lester.