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Reds trade veteran C Tucker Barnhart to Tigers for prospect

The Cincinnati Reds traded veteran Gold Glove catcher Tucker Barnhart to the Detroit Tigers on Wednesday in exchange for infield prospect Nick Quintana. “Coming into this offseason, we knew that catcher was a priority position for us,” Tigers general manager Al Avila said. “During our strategy meetings over the last couple of weeks in Lakeland with my front office staff, Tucker’s name came up many times as an attractive option for our ballclub as someone who is a real plus defender, knows how to lead a pitching staff and is a solid contributor from the batter’s box.”

Source: Yahoo Sports

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