Hunter, 37, hit .313/.365/.451 with 16 homers, 92 RBI, 81 runs and nine stolen bases last season for the Angels. The 132 OPS-plus (which is on-base percentage plus slugging percentage adjusted for ballpark against the league average) was the highest of his entire career.
Hunter is a four-time All-Star and nine-time Gold Glove winner. His range on defense has obviously diminished with age, but he plays a solid right field and still sports a strong arm, as he posted 14 outfield assists in 2012.
With the Tigers, Hunter represents a big upgrade in right field. Tigers right fielders hit .235/.285/.357 with 13 homers, 66 RBI and 65 runs last season collectively. They also only had five assists compared to Hunter's 14 (in just 134 defensive games).