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Detroit Tigers Links: Ryan Raburn signs with Cleveland Indians & Nate Robertson signs with Texas Rangers

Ryan Raburn signed a minor league deal with the Cleveland Indians, Nate Robertson did the same with the Texas Rangers, and Albert Pujols wants his kids to be like Stan Musial. These stories and more in today's Morning Prowl.

Hey, it was on the first page of my "Ryan Raburn" search. I had to.
Hey, it was on the first page of my "Ryan Raburn" search. I had to.
Rick Osentoski-US PRESSWIRE

Rangers sign Nate Robertson to minor league deal
Lone Star Ball, Adam J. Morris
Somewhere, Rogo is laughing uncontrollably.

Transactions: Indians Sign Ryan Raburn and Ben Francisco to Minor-League Deals
Let's Go Tribe
Related: Indians fans are already misspelling Raburn's name.

Will Infante play in the World Baseball Classic?
Beck's Blog, Jason Beck
It sounds like Infante will play for Venezuela in the World Baseball Classic. I'd like to see him test that left wrist in a few more games in Spring Training with the Tigers, but it's not like he needs as many reps as some younger players to be ready for the season.

From cringeworthy to celebrated, here are 10 ways to remember ex-Tiger Raburn
The Detroit News, Tom Gage
Sadly, no .gifs or amazing picture collaborations here.

11 things I didn’t know about Earl Weaver
The Hardball Times, Chris Jaffe

"Weaver wasn’t just respected, he was idealized, and idealized by all sorts of fans who normally don’t agree on much else. Weaver had achievements, vision, consistency, and the right image. He displayed style and substance. Of all the great managers of the 1970s and 1980s, Weaver has the best reputation."

Baseball sources confirm 2015 All-Star Game coming to Cincinnati
Cincinnati Enquirer, John Fay
This will probably be the longest Home Run Derby ever.

Albert Pujols wants his kids ‘to be like Stan Musial’
Big League Stew, David Brown

"I wish my kids had the opportunity to be around him, because that's how I want my kids to live their lives. I want them to be like Stan Musial. Not the baseball player. The person."

Giancarlo Stanton speaks ... and wisely
Baseball Nation, Rob Neyer
Yup, still want him in Detroit. Doesn't mean it's happening though.