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Tigers meet with Ordonez


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January 25, 2005

MIAMI (AP) -- Free-agent outfielder Magglio Ordonez met Monday with Detroit Tigers owner Mike Ilitch and his top staff.

Tigers president Dave Dombrowski and manager Alan Trammell also attended the meeting, as did agent Scott Boras and associate Mike Fiore.

``We were going to go up to Detroit to meet with them. The owner apparently had a business meeting down in Florida,'' Boras said. ``We decided to move the meeting up a day.

``It went well. The Tigers talked about their plans for the future, their interest in Magglio, the advances they made last season.''

Ordonez, a four-time All-Star who turns 31 on Friday, hit .292 last season with nine homers and 37 RBIs in 202 at-bats. A career .307 hitter with 187 homers, he missed 36 games after injuring his left knee May 19, then went on the disabled list for good on July 22 with bone marrow edema.

``We've actually had a number of calls prior to this meeting,'' Boras said after returning home to California. ``Their doctors have talked with Magglio's doctors. They're certainly comfortable he'll be ready to go by spring training.''

When reached Tuesday morning, Dombrowski declined to provide any details about the meeting.

``Other than to say we met and had a nice visit, I don't have anything else to say,'' Dombrowski said

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