Miguel Cabrera is campaigning for MLB13: The Show, managers will be able to use cell phones to call bullpens in select stadiums, and why 2003 helped changed the Tigers. These stories and more in today's Morning Prowl.
Former Tiger, HOF hopeful Jack Morris: 'When did we decide that ERA was more important than wins?'
MLive.com, James Schmehl
At 3.90, Jack Morris' career ERA, which spanned 18 years, would be the highest among all pitchers enshrined in Cooperstown if he were to be elected to the Hall of Fame.
The Newest Hiatus & Saying Goodbye to a Friend
Life is unfair far too often. Thinking about you, Rogo. You and Tyna's family are in our thoughts.
Were Steroid Era cheaters the first who mattered?
Baseball Nation, Rob Neyer
The so-called "character clause" has been in the Hall of Fame's guidelines for a while. So why didn't anybody pay attention until lately?
Managers will be able to use cell phones to call bullpens in select stadiums this season
Big League Stew, Kevin Kaduk
Jim Leyland's phone is pretty much awesome.
Ten years later, why 2003 helped change the Tigers
Detroit Free Press, John Verburg
Simply put, after 2003, when the Tigers went 43-119, it was when owner Mike Ilitch put his foot down and decided no more.