Dave Dombrowski might do some shopping at winter meetings this week, the Tigers should still be focused on finding a closer, and Miguel Cabrera is focused on the 2013 season. These stories and more in today's Morning Prowl.
Cabrera is a 27-year-old shortstop who has $16.5 million left on his contract. He's a two-time All-Star for Cleveland, but his declining range is a concern.
Tigers should be shopping for closer; there are plenty of intriguing candidates
The Detroit News, Tony Paul
Larry Bowa of the MLB Network believes the Tigers will find some back-end bullpen help, even while they continue to publicly insist they are perfectly content with their cast.
Mitch Albom is the Worst
Have I mentioned at all recently that it's good to have Rogo back. Because, it is. It really, really is.
Tigers' GM Dave Dombrowski might do some shopping at MLB Winter Meetings in Nashville
Detroit Free Press, George Sipple
Tigers president and general manager Dave Dombrowski might have Minnie Pearl's famous hat on his mind as he heads to Nashville, Tenn., for this week's winter meetings.
Tigers' Miguel Cabrera focused on 2013, not last season's AL MVP honor
Detroit Free Press, Jeff Seidel
Five-year-old Chase Kenny took two steps toward Miguel Cabrera and stopped. Chase, wearing a Cabrera jersey, looked scared and apprehensive, walking up to his hero.
These were our Tigers.
Roar of the Tigers
Terrible cartoons for your Monday morning. Definitely the best way to start the week.