NL Central News: Garza Does Not Have 2018 Option For Brewers

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The Detroit Tigers played well through the first two-and-a-half months of 2018, but a 4-16 record in their last 20 games has shined light on reality. They're just another rebuilder.

It's all but certain the Tigers will at least trade their pending free agents. That group includes Francisco Liriano and Jose Iglesias. Other key chips include Shane Greene and Leonys Martin.

The big question is if the Tigers want to go even further by dealing slugging right fielder Nicholas Castellanos and/or right-hander Michael Fulmer.

Both are under team control past 2018, so there's no pressure on Detroit to deal either. But Castellanos is only controlled through 2019, so now's as good a time as any to capitalize on his trade value. And while Fulmer's control runs through 2022, he could bring back a huge haul of much-needed prospects.

In any event, not doing anything at the deadline is not an option for the Tigers.

Verdict: Sell

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