Detroit Tigers lookahead: Biggest question about starting rotation involves fate of Anibal Sanchez
MLive, Chris Iott
With everyone else under contract for at least two more years, Sanchez is the only question mark in the Tigers' rotation at this point.
The Future of Rick Porcello
Eye On the Tigers, Colin Maresh
Unless the Tigers get a whale of an offer, I hope Porcello is in Detroit next season. Rotation depth isn't essential in the playoffs, but it can't be overstated in a 162 game season.
Who Do You Want Up When You Need to Get a Run Home?
Tiger Tales, Lee Panas
RED ALERT: DELMON YOUNG IS ON THIS LIST.
Detroit Tigers pumped for Victor Martinez's return
The Detroit News, Lynn Henning
I think it's safe to say that we're all pumped.
Detroit Tigers Free Agent Target: Jason Grilli
Motor City Bengals, Matt Snyder
Take away the name and I don't hate the idea. But after his infamous falling out with Jim Leyland, there's no chance.
Josh Hamilton, Torii Hunter: Will Tigers think big this offseason?
The Detroit News, Kurt Mensching
Kurt's article for those who missed it.
MLB Hot Stove:
Dan Haren’s Health, and What We Don’t Know
FanGraphs Baseball, Dave Cameron
Haren wouldn't be a bad stopgap if the Tigers are unable to sign Anibal Sanchez.
Joel Peralta re-signs with Tampa Bay Rays
DRaysBay, Jason Collette
The Washington Nationals, Stephen Strasburg And The Plan For His 2013 Season
Federal Baseball, Patrick Reddington
I'll be surprised if Strasburg tops 200 innings in 2013. Don't expect the Nationals to completely get rid of the kid gloves.
Josh Hamilton wants $175 million? Good luck with that, dude
HardballTalk, Craig Calcaterra
And on that bombshell, enjoy the rest of your Tuesday.