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Tigers, Ordonez Are Perfect Fit

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If ever Detroiters wanted to feel good about their town and their baseball team, Magglio Ordonez just handed them a holiday-season Hosanna.

Ordonez will play for the Tigers at least one more season, his agent, Scott Boras, told The Detroit News on Thursday. Reportedly, it is a $10 million contract — precisely the salary range anticipated. The Tigers must wait until Ordonez passes a physical before any deal is complete.

Boras would not confirm that Ordonez received multi-year offers from other teams. But he did say there was significant interest from other teams with the potential for Ordonez to make more money...

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