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Detroit Tigers Links: Ryan Raburn getting interest around league & Dave Dombrowski not interested in Rafael Soriano

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Six teams are said to be interested in Ryan Raburn, Dave Dombrowski says the Tigers are not interested in Rafael Soriano, and former Tiger Jack Morris might finally make it to Cooperstown. These stories and more in today's Morning Prowl.

Jim McIsaac

Tigers' Jack Morris might finally be Hall of Famer on 14th try
The Detroit News, Tony Paul

The 2013 Hall of Fame ballot was released Wednesday, and it includes the trifecta of steroid-era poster children: Barry Bonds, Roger Clemens and Sammy Sosa.

Dave Dombrowski says the Tigers aren’t interested in Rafael Soriano
HardballTalk, Craig Calcaterra

Many have assumed that the Tigers are going to go after Rafael Soriano or some other free agent closer. They need a closer.

Report: Six teams interested in ex-Tigers outfielder Ryan Raburn
Detroit Free Press, Brian Manzullo

Ryan Raburn may not have any problem finding his next suitor.

Off-season Postcards
Brain Matters

The off-season is a very important time for baseball players. A time to unplug from the game and recharge your batteries.

Cabrera, Headley Provided Bulk of Teams' Offenses
Tiger Tales, Lee Panas

As the AL MVP debate raged on this fall, some fans were actually discussing the NL MVP (yes, they gave one of those this year).

The 10 best pitches of 2012 (part II)
Baseball Nation, Grant Brisbee

Welcome to part two of this rigorous scientific study, which is neither rigorous nor scientific.