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Detroit, MI (SportsNetwork.com) - The Detroit Tigers and pitcher David Price have agreed to a one-year contract to avoid salary arbitration. The Tigers did not disclose financial terms of the agreement, but MLB.com reports it to be worth $19.75 million. Its the largest one-year contract for an arbitration-eligible player prior to free agency, topping the $15.25 million deal the Tigers and pitcher Max Scherzer worked out last season. Scherzer, who also turned down a multi-year contract from the Tigers, is still on the open market as a free agent. Price can become a free agent next year, but the two sides can still work toward a multi-year deal. The left-hander joined the Tigers last July in a trade with Tampa Bay and was 4-4 with a 3.59 ERA in 11 starts after the deal. In 34 starts overall, Price was 15-12 with a 3.26 ERA. Price won the 2012 Cy Young with Tampa Bay and is a four-time All-Star. He owns a career record of 86-51 with a 3.21 ERA in 186 games, all but five as a starter. The Tigers also agreed to terms with two other arbitration-eligible players on Friday, outfielder J.D. Martinez and pitcher Alfredo Simon. Martinez is coming off a breakout 2014 campaign in which the former Houston Astro hit .315 and set career bests of 23 home runs and 76 RBI in just 441 at- bats. Detroit acquired the 27-year-old off waivers from the Astros in late March. Simon earned a spot on the 2014 National League All-Star team and won a career-high 15 games for Cincinnati last season, with the right-hander posting a 3.44 ERA over 32 starts. The Tigers obtained Simon in a trade with the Reds during the Winter Meetings in December. Nmd Human Race Italia . But history aside, theyre still happy to participate in the Par 3 contest, traditionally held on the day prior to the first round of the Masters. Yeezy Boost 350 Italia . Marc-Andre Fleury made 27 saves to backstop the Penguins to a 2-1 victory over the Flames, handing Calgary its team record sixth consecutive home regulation loss. http://www.scarpenmdscontate.it/scarpe-yeezy-350-outlet.html. It was well worth the wait. Manning and the Denver Broncos waited eight long months, then another 33 minutes to get the season started because of a lightning storm. Nmd Uomo Outlet .com) - Calgary Flames forward Johnny Gaudreau has been selected as the NHLs Rookie of the Month for December, the league announced Friday. Scarpe Stan Smith Ingrosso .com) - One point guard will return, while another will sit when the Minnesota Timberwolves visit American Airlines Center to take on the Dallas Mavericks.Peter Forsberg Colorado Avalanche (1994-2004, 2007-2008, 2010-11)[Credit: Wikipedia]Peter Forsberg was drafted 6th overall by the Philadelphia Flyers in the 1991 NHL Entry Draft, but was later traded to the Quebec Nordiques for Eric Lindros – so we wont consider his two seasons in Philly a reunion. However, Forsberg moved with the Nordiques to Colorado where he spent the next nine seasons. Following the 2004-05 lockout, Forsberg spent time with the Flyers and Predators before returning to Colorado, but he only played 11 more games with the Avalanche before retiring due to injuries. Luc RobitailleLos Angeles Kings (1986-1994, 1997-2001, 2003-2006)[Credit: USHL]Luc Robitaille served three different stints with the Los Angeles Kings. He spent time with the Pittsburgh Penguins and New York Rangers from 1994-1997, then with the Detroit Red Wings from 2001-03 where he won his only Stanley Cup as a player. He currently serves as the President of Business Operations for the Kings. Mark Recchi Pittsburgh Penguins (1988-1992, 2005-2006, 2006-08) Philadelphia Flyers (1992-1995, 1998-2004After winning the Stanley Cup with Pittsburgh in 1991, Recchi was dealt to the Flyers. Philadelphia then traded him to Montreal in a deal that sent John LeClair and Eric Desjardins – who would later become Recchis teammates – to the Flyers. Trevor Linden Vancouver Canucks (1988-1998, 2001-2008) [Credit: TrevorLinden.com]Selected 2nd overall by the Canucks in 1988, Linden became a key piece of the puzzle right off the bat. He was later traded to the New York Islanders during the 1997-98 season, where he played the following season. He then joined the Montreal Canadiens for two seasons before he was dealt to the Capitals. He played just 28 games with Washington before rejoining the Canucks. He retired 20 years to the day he was drafted and is currently the President of Hockey Operations for the Canucks.Alexei Kovalev New York Rangers (1992-1999, 2002-2004)Pittsburgh Penguins (1998-2003, 2010-2011)[Credit: New York Times]Alexei Kovalev was the first Russian born player in NHL history taken in the first round of the NHL Entry Draft.dddddddddddd He won the Stanley Cup in 1994 with the Rangers and was one of the first Russians to have his name engraved on the Cup. Just 14 games into the 1998-99 season, Kovalev was dealt to the Penguins. He was traded back to the Rangers in 2003. Nearly eight years and two NHL teams later he made a return to Pittsburgh when he was traded by the Ottawa Senators.Brendan Shanahan New Jersey Devils (1987-1991, 2008-2009)[Credit: NHL]Brendan Shanahan joined the New Jersey Devils when he was 18-years-old. By his third NHL season he emerged as a point-per-game player. He returned to the Devils for the final season of his playing career, where he recorded 14 points in 34 games. He is the only player in NHL history to score over 600 goals and record 2,000 penalty minutes. He is currently the President and Alternate Governor of the Toronto Maple Leafs. Roberto LuongoFlorida Panthers (2000-2006, Present)[Credit: NHL]Roberto Luongo is back in the city where he made a name for himself. He is the winningest goalie in Panthers history and owns the record for most wins in a season. He was traded back to Florida last season one day before the trade deadline. This will be his first full season with the Panthers in nearly 10 years. Ryan SmythEdmonton Oilers (1994-2007, 2011-2014)Its probably impossible to find an Oilers fan who doesnt like Ryan Smyth. Selected 6th overall by Edmonton in 1994, the Banff native played most of his career with the Oilers. He was dealt to the Islanders during the 2006-2007 season in fear that he would test the free agent market. From New York he went to Colorado and Los Angeles each for two seasons before returning to Edmonton for the final three seasons of his career. ' ' '