The 2020 Tigers are a paradox. The most glaring weakness of the major league roster also happens to be the farm system’s deepest asset — starting pitching. But is it worth it to call up potent pitching prospects like Casey Mize, Matt Manning, and Tarik Skubal as reinforcements in a meaningless season or should they keep their powder dry? Would rushing them to the front too soon jeopardize their development or be the obvious solution to the club’s biggest problem?

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88 | Tigers are DOMINATING the Off-Season Major League A*Holes: IN THE HOLE

Crafty Al Avila hasn't wasted any time checking off items on #Tigers to-do list with Eduardo Rodriguez signing  |  Carlos Correa and AJ Hinch had themselves a nice brunch date  |  Rick Hahn is making tough, but correct business decisions for the #WhiteSox  |  #SFGiants need to exploit tremendous financial flexibility  |  Claiming Wade Miley is the kind of smart move Jed Hoyer and the #Cubs should've made last year  |  Not one, not two, but three Bad Tweets from bumbling Bob Nightengale  |  Spooky numerology in Atlanta points to The Hammer's influence from the great beyond  |  ASSTHETICS: Kansas City's "new" uniforms steal the spotlight from Cleveland's botched rebrand launch  |  Revolution Brewing's 'Deep Wood Series' showcases the best of barrel-aged beers
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  5. 84 | Playoff Previews & Season Recaps