Brett Pill signs minor league deal with Detroit Tigers

The Detroit Tigers just announced today that they have signed former KBO leaguer (of the KIA Tigers) Brett Pill, 33 years of age, on a minor league deal that also includes an invite to spring training, according to the report.

So far, Brett Pill is among the 5 former KBO league players who have signed with the Detroit Tigers organization… joining Thad Weber (former NC Dinos pitcher), Collin Ballester (former Samsung Lions pitcher), Travis Blackley (former KIA Tigers pitcher), and Jim Adduci (former Busan Lotte Giants outfielder).

The former KBO league all-star Brett Pill played for 3 seasons there at the KBO (Korean Baseball Organization) league, he currently owns a batting line of .316/.366/.521, belting 61 homeruns and 253 RBIs in 367 games played during that span. He finished his 2016 regular season campaign batting .313/.361/.511 with 20 homeruns and 86 RBIs in 132 games.

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