Detroit Tigers: 3 Trades They Would Regret Not Making

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Detroit Tigers: 3 Trades They Would Regret Not Making
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As Tuesday's trade deadline looms, many are wondering if the Tigers are done dealing.

They were rumored to be looking for a power-hitting right fielder, and they may still be in the market for just that. 

They have already shown that they have every intent to win this year, as they went out and got Anibal Sanchez and Omar Infante from the Miami Marlins in exchange for two of the Tigers' top prospects in Jacob Turner and Rob Brantly. 

Detroit is currently struggling both offensively on the mound.  They have lost four of their last five, and may be looking for one or two more pieces to complete their championship puzzle.  

While there is every reason to assume that Detroit will stand pat at the deadline, there are some available players who could immediately help spark this team in the final stretch of the regular season.  

There is no reason for Detroit to think Victor Martinez will return at the end of September at 100 percent. Even though this would be a huge boost, the Tigers must assume he will not be ready.  

Because of this and their need for an outfielder who can hit, here are three trades that the Tigers would regret not making if they have the opportunity to pull the trigger.  

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