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Tigers trade Bryan Holaday to Texas because of roster crunch = Bryan Holaday’s thumb injury wasn’t bad enough to extend his career in Detroit. That’s why he is now a Texas Ranger. Holaday was hitting .438/.455/.969 this spring, but unless his recent injury had been.....

MLB Trade Rumors: Rangers Get Bryan Holaday From Tigers For Bobby Wilson, Myles Jaye - http://www.movienewsguide.com/mlb-trade-rumors-rangers-get-bryan-holaday-tigers-bobby-wilson-myles-jaye/187366

Red Sox make successful claim for Bryan Holaday = The Red Sox made a move for a potential backup catcher on Friday, submitting a successful waiver claim for Bryan Holaday, whom the Rangers designated for assignment earlier this week, Evan Drellich of.....

Detroit Tigers backup catcher bunt in Austin Jackson in the top of the ninth, defeat White Sox 4-3

Bryan Holaday homers twice, Zimmermann sparkles in Tigers' loss to Nationals

Bryan Holaday homers twice, Zimmermann sparkles in Tigers' loss to Nationals | MLive.com

Bryan Holaday is the only man to be non-tendered by the Red Sox ahead of the 2017 season.

Bryan Holaday homers twice, Zimmermann sparkles in Tigers' loss to Nationals

Bryan Holaday homers twice, Zimmermann sparkles in Tigers' loss to Nationals | MLive.com

Relief pitcher Phil Klein #31 of the Texas Rangers is congratulated by catcher Bryan Holaday #8 after defeating the Seattle Mariners 8-0 at Safeco Field on April 12, 2016 in Seattle, Washington. (Photo by Otto Greule Jr/Getty Images)

Detroit Tigers' Bryan Holaday calls his shot before hitting 1st career home run

Detroit Tigers catcher Bryan Holaday didn't know what it felt like to hit a home run in the major leagues, but still, something inside him knew it was about to happen. So he called it.

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Houston 10, Detroit 4: Michael Fulmer struggles in first start

Bryan Holaday, who acts as if he wants to displace Miguel Cabrera as the Tigers' No. 3 hitter, just cracked a double into LF corner. Beltin' Bryan Holaday doubles to LF fence in first at-bat. Scouts starting to take notice. Bryan Holaday (50) rounds third base in the third inning of a spring training baseball game against the Houston Astros at Osceola County Stadium. Back-to-back doubles by Bryan Holaday and Jose Iglesias. Astros 4, Tigers 1, 3rd. Reinhold Matay, USA TODAY Sports