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Miguel Cabrera is good at baseball, Nick Castellanos is proving he could make the Tigers roster, and the Chicago Cubs want a more kid-friendly field. These stories and more in today's Morning Prowl.
The MVP is in San Juan, Puerto Rico, these days, working his special baseball magic for Team Venezuela. But it tells you something a Miguel Cabrera that the Detroit Tigers are as acutely aware of his absence as they are of his presence.
Everyone Already Tired of Porcello Trade Talk
Motor City Bengals, Chris Hannum
Word is out that Rick Porcello is sick of hearing (or talking) about trades and the competition for Tigers' 5th starter. Who could blame him?
An office-pool guess on when the Tigers call up Nick Castellanos is June, maybe earlier. Castellanos, who turned 21 on March 4, is close to crashing Comerica Park.
Berry's back for Tigers, and WBC participants will be soon, too
Out of Left Field, Matthew B. Mowery
A Detroit Tigers Blog: What if We Took Replacement out of WAR?
Tiger Tales, Lee Panas
Probably the most confusing part of the Wins Above Replacement (WAR) structure is the replacement level concept.
Miguel Cabrera was 3-for-5 with a home run and three RBIs as Venezuela ended its World Baseball Classic run with an 11-6 win over Spain today in San Juan, Puerto Rico.
Cubs want more kid-friendly Wrigley Field, could explore adding mascot
Big League Stew, Mark Townsend
The Chicago Cubs organization is in the midst of a massive overhaul that doesn't just include the product on the field.
New Twitter parody account making me laugh.
I don't see why everyone assumes there will be a platoon in left field in Detroit. Andy Dirks clearly has a neck up on the competition.— Brennenenan Boesch (@BadBaseballPuns) March 10, 2013