Johnny Damon won't help Tigers win
Ex-Yankee helps, sure, but not enough to tip the AL Central race
- Getty ImagesDamon, seen here in the 2009 World Series, likely won't change the AL Central race.
Johnny Damon has finally landed somewhere, signing a one-year, $8 million deal with the Detroit Tigers to play left field in the Motor City. And with that, the tight three-way race in the American League Central picture has radically changed. Right?
The Tigers had to have added a win or two, right?
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