Detroit Tigers acquire INF Tyler Nevin in New Year's Eve trade with Baltimore Orioles

The Detroit Tigers included an infielder on New Year’s Eve.

President of baseball operations Scott Harris, who has actually highlighted the company’s financial investment in young gamers, gotten infielder Tyler Nevin from the Baltimore Orioles on Saturday in exchange for money factors to consider.

Nevin, 25, signs up with the 40-man lineup. To make space, left-hander Zach Louge was designated for task.

Baltimore Orioles’ Tyler Nevin (41) commemorates with colleagues in the dugout after scoring on a Cedric Mullins single throughout the ninth inning of the group’s baseball video game versus the Chicago White Sox on Thursday, June 23, 2022, in Chicago. The Orioles won 4-0. (AP Photo/Paul Beaty)

Last season, Nevin struck .197 with 2 crowning achievement, 20 strolls (10.9% walk rate) and 46 strikeouts (25% strikeout rate) in 58 video games for the Orioles. He began 40 video games at 3rd base, 7 video games initially base, 2 video games in left field and one video game in ideal field.

Nevin likewise played 44 video games for Triple-A Norfolk, striking .291 with 7 homers, 21 strolls and 26 strikeouts.

He struck .286 with one homer, 4 strolls and 5 strikeouts over 6 video games for the Orioles in 2021, his very first season in the major leagues, offering him a .205 batting average throughout 64 video games in his MLB profession.

The Colorado Rockies prepared Nevin with the No. 38 total choice in the 2015 draft, then traded him to the Orioles in August 2020.

His daddy, Phil, bet the Tigers from 1995-97 and is presently the supervisor of the Los Angeles Angels. Phil Nevin played 12 years in the majors for 7 groups, mainly with the San Diego Padres.

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This short article initially appeared on Detroit Free Press: Detroit Tigers acquire Tyler Nevin in trade with Baltimore Orioles

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