Miguel Cabrera and the Detroit Tigers are discussing a long-term contract extension. "I'd like to stay here. I'd love to play for this team for a lot of years,'' Cabrera told SI.com. "I'll learn a lot of baseball here. They've got a lot of experience here and a great manager.'' Fern Cuza, agent for Cabrera, will arrive in Lakeland next week. "We've known him for a long time and we like him a great deal," Dave Dombrowski said. "We think he's a great player and want him as part of our organization for years to come." Cabrera could receive $20 million per year over eight-years, though it's not out of the question that he could receive a 10-year, $200 million contract.
Cabrera And Tigers To Talk Long-Term Deal?