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Will Rhymes wins starting job at 2B for Tigers | Detroit Free Press | freep.com
It sounds like Will kept a level head on his shoulders and came into the season with the right mind set to win the job.

DetNews: Tigers tough cuts speak volumes of talent-rich organization
Lynn Henning touched on the truth when he said expect a lot of roster movement throughout the year. The Tigers have a lot of players close to each other in talent and who bring different skill sets to the board.

The Latest Tigers’ Cuts Frighten And Confuse Me " Fire Gerald Laird
Greg reacts to the roster moves Tuesday as well

Tigers.com: Leyland recalls moving Whitaker to second
Apparently Leyland was a bit hesitant to do the move. Oops.

Motor City Bengals: Down on the Farm: Sleepers to Keep an Eye on this Season
Jay shares his sleepers to keep an eye on in the minor league system.

MLive: Daniel Schlereth close to clinching spot in Tigers' bullpen after best outing of spring
I think Schlereth started to do better after he shaved. It increased his aerodynamics, or something.

Daniel Schlereth close to clinching spot in Tigers' bullpen after best outing of spring | MLive.com
I think Schlereth started to do better after he shaved. It increased his aerodynamics, or something.

Sporting News: Miguel Cabrera OK, but Detroit Tigers must have some pause
The media still can't drop this? No one seems worried but editors and writers who need a story.

SB Nation Cleveland -- Around The American League: Detroit Tigers: Cats Tamed By Numerous Limitations
Clevelanders: Still clueless after all these years. Enjoy the 100 losses, Cleveland. Enjoy posting your Cleveland Youtube videos, BYB!

WhiteSox.com: White Sox try experimental outfield as roster decisions loom
Things are still being sorted out in Chicago apparently.

TwinsBaseball.com: Twins settle on Scott Baker as fifth starter, put Kevin Slowey in bullpen
The Twins are expected to begin the season with a rotation of right-hander Carl Pavano, left-hander Francisco Liriano, right-hander Nick Blackburn, left-hander Brian Duensing and Baker.

Twinsbaseball: John Thorn to share stage with Garrison Keillor at special event
Oh dear. That's so Minnesota it makes my cheeks squeak, or my dimples sparkle, or my nose red. Whatever it is they do in Minnesota besides ice fish.