The Tigers' outfield is full of future, past and present stars with Andy Dirks, Torii Hunter and Austin Jackson roaming real estate at Comerica Park in 2013.
Dirks, entering his third major league season looks to have a breakout year after finishing with a .322 average in his first year as a primary player.
Dirks battled several injuries last season and only played 88 games, but complemented his .322 average with eight home runs and 35 RBI in only 314 at-bats.
Hunter, who signed a two-year, $26 million deal in November, brings his perennial Gold Glove to the other side of the Tigers' outfield and will be a welcomed veteran presence in the Detroit clubhouse.
Hunter posted a career-high .313 average last season, and added 16 home runs and 92 RBI, reinvigorating his 14-year MLB career.
Jackson came into his own last season, finishing the year with a .300 average, 16 home runs and 66 RBI.
The question is who will be the odd man out among outfielders.
Quintin Berry made his major league debut last season after spending seven-plus years in the minor leagues.
He gave the Tigers a shot of energy they desperately needed, leading the team in steals, going a perfect 21-for-21.
I think because of his value in so many areas, Berry will make the major league club out of spring training and will be joined by rookie Jeff Kobernus.
Kobernus was acquired by the Tigers in the Rule 5 draft before this season, and brings a similar arsenal to the Tigers as Berry.
Kobernus never played above the Double-A level but stole 42 bases last season and 53 the year before.
At Harrisburg of the Eastern League in 2012, he batted .282 with a .325 on-base percentage and .333 slugging average.
During his professional career, Kobernus has mainly played second base, but because of his outfield experience in college and his ability to give the Tigers a righty-lefty platoon in left, he has been attractive for Detroit so far this spring.