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Morning Prowl: Trammell headed west, Rhymes speaks, and blogs react to Inge

SB Nation Chicago: Trammell Train Set To Depart For Arizona
It appears as if one ex-Tiger is going to head west to be the bench coach for another ex-Tiger. Alan Trammell, who was overlooked for the Cubs' managing job, is the leading candidate to join ex-Tiger and current Diamondbacks manager Kirk Gibson.

ESPN LA: Dodgers' Tim Hallgren heading to Detroit Tigers
The Dodgers' scouting director appears set to join the Tigers as national crosschecker. The crosschecker is typically the No. 2 man in the amateur scouting office. Sounds like a decent "get" for Detroit.

The Daily Fungo Tigers Podcast spoke with Will Rhymes
They hit on all sorts of topics, but a funny one was how Will dressed for the interview!

Beck's Blog: Tigers confirm Ernie Young hire at Class-A West Michigan
An ex-Tiger, Young managed for the White Sox organization and Team USA in the past. Ben Ogilvie will be the hitting coach.

Tigers.com: Avila a hot commodity for GM hunters
MLB.com's Jason Beck writes that the interview request from the Mets wasn't the first and won't be the last made for the Tigers' assistant general manager.

Motor City Bengals: Drawing Player Comparisons for Brennan Boesch
Zac tries to find three comparisons for Brennan Boesch

Inge reactions

Inge’s Extension
Over the term of his contract, I have him valued between $7-$8 million per season. Good deal for the Tigers, and it provides some security for a veteran nearing the end of his career.

Roar of the Tigers:Once again the Tigers acknowledge the splendor of Brandon Inge
As you might expect, Samara was thrilled about the Inge news

Tiger Tales: Tigers Sign Inge for Two More Years
Lee looks at whether the Inge signing was a good move

Fangraphs: Are the Tigers Content With Inge at Third?
Fangraphs seems neither impressed nor concerned about the move

News: Now that Brandon Inge will be back, Tigers must get a big hitter
John Niyo writes at the News that the Tigers must not focus on getting a big bat for the middle of the lineup.