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Tigers Announce Long-Term Extension With Manager

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The Detroit Tigers announced the extension with their manager, A.J. Hinch, that was finalized the week after the season ended, per president of baseball ops Scott Harris yesterday at the Winter Meetings. His previous deal ran through 2025 and the Tigers have decided not to disclose the terms of the contract. Hinch, first came over in 2021 after his departure from the Houston Astros.

 

As well as the extension for Hinch, the Tigers announced their coaching staff this upcoming season, adding four members to his coaching staff:


Joey Cora (3rd base)

Anthony lapoce (1st base)

Ryan Sienko (catching coach)

Lance Zawadzki (assistant hitting coach)


Per Bob Nightengale of USA Today

 

Hinch is an extremely respected manager surrounding the game. Pairing him long term with the young core of the Detroit Tigers is key to the club's development. With the Tigers rebuild in full effect, seemingly turning the corner, mainstays inside the clubhouse is key.


Hinch has obviously made his mark known in Detroit with the front office. Hinch is a ten year veteran manager and has compiled a .525 winning percentage and has two pennants as well as a World Series title under his belt. His experience will now continue in full effect in Detroit.

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