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The Detroit Tigers won another AL Central title but saw their bullpen problems come back to haunt them yet again in a three game sweep in the division series at the hands of the Baltimore Orioles.
It was yet another postseason disappointment for Detroit, which then lost ace Max Scherzer to free agency. The Tigers did acquire David Price during last year's playoff push, so he will take over as the ace of the staff.
The Tigers traded Drew Smyly to get Price and dealt Rick Porcello to Boston in the offseason, so they will need a healthy Anibal Sanchez and a rejuvenated Justin Verlander to add stability to the starting rotation.
The other major question mark coming into the season is Miguel Cabrera, who is coming off of ankle surgery and saw his numbers take a sizeable dip last year. He was still one of the better hitters in baseball, but you have to wonder if this is the beginning of his decline.
The bullpen remains a major issue. The Tigers opted to bring back basically the same group from last year that struggled so mightily, which is likely to spell more disaster at the most inopportune time.
Bounce-back seasons from Cabrera, Verlander and Sanchez would do wonders for the Tigers, who are still favorites to win the division title but no longer considered invincible, especially after the Royals reached the World Series.
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