According to Fox Sports' Ken Rosenthal, the Torii Hunter sweepstakes has a winner.

The Detroit Tigers.

Rosenthal reports via Twitter Hunter has agreed to sign with the Tigers, pending a physical. No terms are officially known, though sources of ESPN's Jerry Rosenthal claim Hunter will sign a 2 year deal worth $26MM.

At 12:05 Hunter asked his followers on Twitter to tune into the MLB Network. The news of the signing broke shortly thereafter.

The Tigers' main free agent target this off season, Hunter met with team brass Tuesday. Apparently their offer was too good to refuse.

Hunter really does seem like the perfect fit for the Tigers' needs, adding a solid bat to what was a brutal position offensively and vastly improves outfield defense. Even better, If the length of the deal is true, it's not a crippling contract in the long-term.

It's expected Hunter will start in right field and bat 2nd for the Tigers. He hit.343 with an .854 OPS when batting 2nd for the Angels in 2012.