Miami Marlins & Detroit Tigers Complete Trade

The Miami Marlins and the Detroit Tigers recently completed a trade involving outfielders Jonathan Davis and Brady Allen. The Tigers acquired Davis from the Marlins in exchange for Allen, a promising 23-year-old player.

Allen, who was selected by the Marlins in the fifth round of the 2021 draft, has been making a name for himself at the High-A level this season.

With a batting average of .256, an on-base percentage of .324, and a slugging percentage of .440, Allen has shown potential at the plate, belting three home runs.

Despite not being ranked among the Marlins' top-30 prospects by, his performance and young age make him an intriguing addition to the Tigers' roster.

On the other side of the trade, Davis, a 31-year-old outfielder, brings his experience and readiness for the major leagues to the Marlins.

With a career batting average of .185, an on-base percentage of .291, and a slugging percentage of .245 over his five seasons in the big leagues, Davis offers depth to Miami's outfield.

Although his numbers might not be as impressive as Allen's, Davis' inclusion in the trade suggests that the Marlins value his abilities and believe he can contribute to their team.

Overall, this trade allows the Tigers to take a calculated gamble on the potential of Brady Allen, a young and promising player, while the Marlins gain a seasoned and speedy outfielder in Jonathan Davis, providing solid depth to their roster. Photo Credit:  Kirthmon F. Dozier / USA TODAY NETWORK