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Torii Hunter wants to play beyond 2014

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09:01 AM ET 10.12 | When Torii Hunter signed with the Tigers in mid-November, there was some thought in the 38-year-old outfielder's mind that this would be it. He'd play out the two years in his contract, which pays him $26 million, and then call it a career after 18 seasons. Not anymore. Asked Friday, prior to his team's American League Championship Series workout at Fenway Park, if he plans on retiring after the 2014 season, Hunter said: "Nope. I think I'm going to play five more years. I'm 28, man!"

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October 12, 2013  10:54 AM ET

He does more in the club house to help the TIGERS which is at times greater than his play on the field.

 
October 12, 2013  02:44 PM ET

if you can handle the tough pitching in the american league why not?

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