After reaching the World Series for the second time since 2006 last season, the Detroit Tigers didn't make a lot of noise in the offseason, going into 2013.
The Tigers had most of the players that took them to the Fall Classic coming back, and they didn't want to mess up the well-constructed puzzle that General Manager Dave Dombrowski has assembled.
That being said, there are always a few critical decisions to make in any offseason, and the Tigers were no different. The team needed to fill a few holes and make a couple long-term decisions that could affect the direction of the franchise.
The Tigers were once again heavy favorites to win the American League Central this season, and although Detroit sits in first place through 58 games, the Tigers haven't performed quite as well so far as they would've liked.
Here is a look back at the Tigers' key offseason moves: