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Monday's Links: Detroit's rotation is a mess

The Tigers' rotation is a mess right now, Robbie Ray could replace Anibal Sanchez while he's on the DL, and baseball's worst rule is dead.

Monday's Links: Examining the Alex Gonzalez trade

Examining the Alex Gonzalez trade and release, Joe Nathan says the Tigers' bullpen is getting stronger, and does Detroit have baseball's best rotation?

Monday's Links: Are we worried about Cabrera yet?

Why you should trust in Dave Dombrowski, there is still time for the Tigers' relievers to heat up, and is it time to start worrying about Miguel Cabrera?

Friday's Links: The Tigers' bullpen concerns

Is the Tigers' bullpen a cause for concern (yes, duh), conclusions from the Tigers' first week of the season, and Avisail Garcia is out for the season with a torn labrum in his shoulder.

Wednesday's Links: Miguel Cabrera is amazing

Miguel Cabrera is amazing ... let me count the ways, a look at the man behind Detroit's instant replay system, and Henry Aaron is NOT the home run king.

Monday's links: Our love for Ian Kinsler

Detroit Tigers fans may fall in love with Ian Kinsler, the growing pains of rookie Nick Castellanos, and Brayan Villarreal gets a World Series ring.

Wednesday's Links: Tigers' speed on the basepaths

Is 2014 Detroit's year for speed on the basepaths? Could the Tigers still be interested in Stephen Drew? and 10 observations from the Opening Day games.

Monday Links: Opening Day links! Weeee!

Guys, these are your Opening Day links. It's Opening Day. I can't believe it's Opening Day. Holy crap, it's Opening Day.

Monday's Links: 10 questions facing the Tigers

Tom Gage address 10 questions that the Tigers face as the season gets closer, injuries shouldn't keep Detroit out of a run for the World Series, and Vin Scully is still the best in the business.

Monday's Links: Steven Moya's future in Detroit

Steven Moya could be back with the Tigers sooner rather than later, Stephen Drew is not a target for Detroit despite Jose Iglesias' prognosis, and several players shave their heads in support of a pediatric cancer charity.