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This year, Miggy and Prince have plenty of support.
The Detroit Tigers made it to the 2012 World Series and absolutely fell flat. They were just purely overmatched by the San Francisco Giants.
That being said, heading into 2013 there are very few, if any, areas that are not strengths on this ball club.
Let’s face it—they have the best hitter in the game, Miguel Cabrera, and the best pitcher in the game, Justin Verlander, on the same team.
Additionally, the team will get back a healthy Victor Martinez this season and added veteran outfielder Torii Hunter to the mix as well.
Oh, and then of course, they were sure to re-sign hurler Anibal Sanchez as well, giving them one of the most formidable rotations in baseball.
Strengths are aplenty. However, entering the season with rookie Bruce Rondon on the mound to close out games could prove to be a curious decision.