The 29-year-old hit .280 last season with 15 homers and 62 RBI. He played all three outfield positions, starting 55 games in left field. He also started 15 games at second base and one at first base. Raburn hit .315 after the All-Star break, with 13 homers and 46 RBI.
In five major-league seasons, all with Detroit, Raburn has hit .274 with 39 homers and 155 RBI in 379 games. He has played 226 games for the Tigers over the past two seasons.