ESPN Sad News: Just In Detroit Tigers Confirm The Departure Of Another Top Experienced Star

The Detroit Tigers traded veteran reliever Trey Wingenter to the Boston Red Sox. Wingenter, who is 30 years old, had been pitching for the Triple-A Toledo Mud Hens prior to the trade. This season, he had a 5.82 ERA in 17 appearances with the Tigers, marking his first major league action since 2019. Despite these struggles, his underlying metrics were promising, with a 3.43 SIERA and a 3.87 xERA【8†source】【9†source】.

Wingenter’s journey this season included multiple stints between the majors and minors, along with time on the injured list due to shoulder tendinitis.


His performance at Triple-A was also challenging, with an 8.56 ERA over 13.2 innings【9†source】.

The trade gives the Red Sox a chance to add depth to their bullpen as they aim for a stronger second half of the season. Meanwhile, the Tigers continue to make roster adjustments, looking towards building a competitive team for the future【8†source】.

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