DETROIT (AP) -- Thirty-nine-year-old relief pitcher Todd Jones has agreed to a 7 million-dollar, one-year contract with the Detroit Tigers.
Jones had 38 saves for the Tigers last season, a year after saving 37 games to help Detroit make the playoffs for the first time since 1987.
He had four more in the postseason as the Tigers reached the World Series.
The right-hander has 301 saves and a 3.93 ERA over 15 seasons.
The Tigers also acquired outfielder Jacque Jones from the Chicago Cubs for utility player Omar Infante.
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