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Detroit Tigers Links: Jhonny Peralta's defensive skills & Stan Musial's legacy

Jhonny Peralta's defensive skills are evaluated, Alex Avila is ready for baseball, and Stan Musial may have been the best left fielder ever. These stories and more in today's Morning Prowl.

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Here are questions Tigers' GM Dave Dombrowski will have to field cleanly
The Detroit News, Lynn Henning

The Tigers front-office boss will answer a few hundred questions when next week's motorcade hits state and Metro Detroit fan havens, all ahead of Saturday's TigerFest at Comerica Park.

After rest, rooting for Alabama, Tigers' Alex Avila ready for baseball
Detroit Free Press, George Sipple

Catcher Alex Avila said he’s looking forward to being back in Detroit this week for the Tigers’ annual winter caravan and TigerFest.

No Agreement on Jhonny Peralta as a Defender at Shortstop
Tiger Tales, Lee Panas

Today, I'm going to revisit Tom Tango's Fan Scouting Report. Tango annually conducts a survey on defensive skills which many of you completed last year.

Do Dave Dombrowski, Detroit Tigers NEED to shop for Closer?
Motor City Bengals, Scott Byrne

Solving the Tigers bullpen dilemma - trade, free agent, or stay in-house?

Musial may have been best left fielder ever
SweetSpot Blog, David Schoenfield

There are four left fielders in major league history who stand out among all the rest. Three of them are three of the most exciting, singular players in the annals of the sport.

The versatility of Vin Scully
Baseball Nation, Grant Brisbee

He's the best at announcing baseball, which means he could be the best at announcing anything, most likely.

Cubs announce $300 million Wrigley Field renovation project (photos)
Big League Stew, Mark Townsend

The Chicago Cubs began the process of updating Wrigley Field by adding a rooftop patio and installing an LED scoreboard prior to the 2012 season.