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Chris Ilitch Speaks For First Time As Tigers Owner, Says No Mandate To Cut Team Payroll

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 02 / 27 / 17

Tigers Owner Chris Ilitch said that there is "no mandate to cut team payroll and that he believes this team has the talent to win the World Series," according to Jeff Seidel of the DETROIT FREE PRESS. Ilitch on Friday spoke publicly for the first time as Tigers owner and said, "I do it for my l...

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