Detroit Pistons guard Brandon Jennings sustained a torn Achilles tendon and will miss the rest of the season, league sources told Yahoo Sports.
After crumpling to the floor on a non-contact play in the third quarter of a loss to Milwaukee on Saturday night, Jennings returned to Detroit on Sunday for an MRI exam that revealed the torn left Achilles. (Yahoo)
Top right-handed starter Max Scherzer and the Nationals are in agreement on a seven-year deal, CBSSports.com has learned.
Details of the deal beyond the seven years are not known.
The Marlins have signed outfielder Don Kelly to a minor-league deal, according to the Detroit Free Press.
The 34-year-old Kelly hit .245/.332/.288 over 163 at-bats with Detroit last season. The deal includes an invitation to spring training. (CBS Sports)
David Price will get $19.75 million in his final season before free agency, avoiding arbitration by agreeing to a one-year deal with the Tigers that represents the highest arbitration-based salary of all time.
Price, who was traded from Tampa Bay to Detroit on July 31, earned $14 million last season while throwing a league-leading 248 innings with a 3.26 ERA and league-high 271 strikeouts. (NBC Sports)
A month-long courtship between Michigan and its former All-America quarterback came to a climax shortly after noon ET Tuesday when interim athletic director Jim Hackett announced that Harbaugh had been hired at a news conference in the Junge Family Champions Center. The players were informed about the hiring in the morning.
For Michigan fans, the possibility that Harbaugh, 51, would leave the NFL ranks and return to his alma mater has meant weeks of breathless excitement and anticipation. Now all he has to do is turn around the fortunes of a football program that has gone 46-42, missed a bowl three times and topped eight victories only once since Lloyd Carr retired after the 2007 season. (USA Today)