Friday marked the busiest day of the off-season for the Detroit Tigers, although it was a day that is pretty common for teams around this time. They agreed to terms with more than a dozen players to minor league deals, with some more notable names among the bunch.

Among those is former Tiger second baseman Omar Infante.

Infante, who turns 35 later this month, will be making his third stint with the Tigers having previously played from 2002-07 and again from 2013-14. He spent the last three seasons with the Royals, totaling 298 games and hitting .238 with a .597 OPS for Kansas City. He was designated for assignment midway through this past season. The 15-year veteran has played for four different clubs in his career, compiling a career .271/.308/.387 slash line while also being regarded as a disciplined hitter and solid defender.

Infante is one of six signees from the group that also received invites to spring training in March.

Pitchers Logan Kensing, 34, and Dustin Molleken, 32, each had a cup of coffee for Detroit in 2016. The minor league veterans spent the majority of this past season at Triple-A Toledo for the Mud Hens. The latter Molleken made his major league debut with the team, appearing in four games and posting a 4.32 ERA. Kensing allowed just one ER over 4.2 IP with Detroit in 2016.

Catcher Miguel Gonzalez, 26, has spent each of the last two seasons in the Tigers organization after spending the previous nine seasons in the White Sox system. Gonzalez is 66 games with the Mud Hens in 2016 slashed .243/.298/.327 with two homers and 33 RBI. He too had a very brief major league stint, playing in five games with Chicago in 2013.

Pitcher Ruben Alaniz spent 2010-15 down on the farm for the Astros and pitched for Detroit’s Double-A and Triple-A affiliates last year, compiling a 2.69 ERA in 52 games pitched. And William Cuevas is former property of the Red Sox, having pitched for their minor league affiliates since 2009. He made his major league debut this past season as well, pitching in three games.

Now reportedly, the team is also intending to reliever and former Michigan State pitcher A.J. Achter to a minor league deal, although it has not been formally announced by the club.

The Toledo-native is a former 46th-round pick of the Twins in 2010. He pitched in 18 games for Minnesota from 2014-15. He spent about a minute with the Phillies after being claimed through waivers after 2015, before the Angels then claimed him. In parts of three seasons, Achter has appeared in 45 games, posting a 3.92 ERA.

The 6-foot-5 right-hander pitcher for the Spartans from 2008-10.