Tigers agree to terms with OF Granderson

DETROIT (TICKER) —The Detroit Tigers on Monday agreed to terms with outfielder Curtis Granderson on a contract for the 2007 season.

Terms were not disclosed.

Granderson, who turns 26 on March 16, was an integral part for the Tigers last season in helping them reach the World Series for the first time since 1984.

As the club’s every day center fielder, Granderson batted .260 with career highs of 19 homers and 68 RBI in 159 games last season. He had played in a total of 56 games in his first two campaigns.

The Tigers on Monday also agreed to terms with pitchers Yorman Bazardo, Roman Colon, Kyle Sleet and infielder Kody Kirkland.

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Updated Monday, Feb 12, 2007