According to the Detroit News wire services, the Detroit Tigers have tendered contracts to all arbitration eligible players including Jeremy Bonderman, Mike Maroth, Craig Monroe, Brandon Inge and Carlos Pena. Yesterday was the deadline for tendering contracts to those players. There was some question as to whether they would retain Pena since they also have Chris Shelton and Dmitri Young as first basemen. Shelton is a lock for a starting job at this point and they might try to trade one of the other two before the season starts.
I suspect they will wait to see whether Young is healthy and fit in Spring training before they make a move. It would be great if they could keep all three because, with their fragile team, they could use a power hitter off the bench. Ideally, Young goes into the season in such good shape that he is able to play some outfield but that's very questionable at this point. With their lack of depth, I'd hate to see them just drop an .800 OPS player without getting anything in return.