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The Detroit Tigers made a major move in the offseason, trading first baseman Prince Fielder to the Texas Rangers for second baseman Ian Kinsler. It's a perfect example of two guys who struggled a bit last year who might be on the downside of their respective careers and have big contracts trading places in hopes that new scenery might help them bounce back.
It makes total sense for the Tigers, who dump salary while filling a huge void at second base and also opening up first base for Miguel Cabrera, who simply wasn't going to cut it long-term at the hot corner.
Detroit is still led by its pitching staff. Max Scherzer seems to have taken the torch from Justin Verlander as the staff ace, but the veteran is hoping to bounce back this year. Anibal Sanchez gets a little bit lost in the shuffle, but had a tremendous 2013 season. I'm a big fan of Rick Porcello and this could finally be his breakthrough season.
The Tigers remain the class of the division, and it would be a major surprise if they didn't take the AL Central crown yet again.
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