Grading the Detroit Tigers' Moves at the 2013 MLB Winter Meetings

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Grading the Detroit Tigers' Moves at the 2013 MLB Winter Meetings
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The Detroit Tigers didn't make the biggest splash during the 2013 MLB Winter Meetings, but they did make a couple of moves to fill some holes and to provide themselves with some aspects they lacked last season.

General Manager Dave Dombrowski has already made some key moves this offseason by trading Prince Fielder to the Texas Rangers for second baseman Ian Kinsler and by moving Doug Fister to the Washington Nationals for prospects and a bullpen arm. But Dombrowski wasn't done there.

Detroit refuses to go into rebuilding mode after going to three consecutive American League Championship Series, as they will continue to make a run for their first World Series Championship since 1984 and try to earn a title for long-time owner Mike Ilitch.

Here are the grades for the Tigers' moves at the 2013 MLB Winter Meetings.

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