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Free Press sports writer Anthony Fenech opens a six-pack of Detroit Tigers questions in the latest mailbag:

Tom Miller
@millerth3
Replying to @anthonyfenech @freepsports
Is Miggy basically done physically, or can he regain his former level of output?

9:59 PM – Nov 18, 2019
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I don’t think Miguel Cabrera is done physically, but I think it’s going to take an exemplary level of mental and physical discipline to sniff being the best hitter in baseball again.

[ Miguel Cabrera, even on one leg, did all he could for the Tigers in 2019 ]

It would surprise me if Cabrera, who turns 37 years old in April, did that. But it would not surprise me if he finished his career as a very productive hitter who hits .300 with 20-plus home runs in a season.

The decision ultimately comes down to Cabrera, who is in a Catch-22 of sorts: Because of his chronically-injured knee – which forced him into a permanent designated hitter role in 2019 – he is unable to shed weight through traditional practices like running or cardiovascular activity, which puts pressure on that knee.

Tigers designated hitter Miguel Cabrera gets set to bat in the first inning on Thursday, Sept. 26, 2019, at Comerica Park.
Tigers designated hitter Miguel Cabrera gets set to bat in the first inning on Thursday, Sept. 26, 2019, at Comerica Park. (Photo: Rick Osentoski USA TODAY Sports)

Cabrera has reportedly hired an in-house chef to improve his diet this winter. That’s a good start, but an incomplete one: In addition to finding a better physical shape, Cabrera must also find a better mental shape, as well.

More on Tigers: They should cut the B.S., let their smart new hires speak for themselves

The big question is whether Cabrera, a future first-ballot Hall of Famer, with hundreds of millions of dollars, playing on a team facing another losing season, still strives for the kind of greatness he once had – and if he is willing to go through the rigors to achieve it.

At full health, I think he can still contribute greatly.

Scott Gauthier
@scoga11
Replying to @anthonyfenech
Chances tigers trade pitching(Not Mize/Manning) for a young MLB ready position player, and if so who might be in play, or who would you like to see?

10:57 PM – Nov 18, 2019
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I think it’s something they’d certainly entertain; Avila said as much in his conference call following the July 31 trade deadline.

Pulling off a trade like that, however, flies in the face of what has been their over-arching strategy in hoarding pitching prospects. It opens them up to the risk of trading the wrong pitcher – would you really move a high-potential pitcher like Tarik Skubal after the season he just had? Or Alex Faedo, with the improvements he showed?

From this perspective, the answer is no. Beau Burrows and Kyle Funkhouser, two pitchers who will be added to the 40-man roster on Wednesday, doesn’t carry much trade capital. Perhaps a buy-low for buy-low situation could emerge.

Also keep in mind that the organization has deep ties with these prospects, only growing over the years. There is a human element to this, as well, when talking about players an organization has drafted and developed.

A good trade in the sense you’re referencing could be a big boon, however.

Geri Pleva
@GeriPleva
Replying to @anthonyfenech
Do you think Franklin Perez will ever pitch in the majors?

10:35 PM – Nov 18, 2019
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Yes, but I’m not sure it will be as a starting pitcher, given his injury history.

Franklin Perez’s potential is well-documented; last spring, the Tigers were very excited about the year to come with Perez, only to be left wondering once again when the young right-hander spent most of the season on the shelf with a shoulder injury.

Sure, there’s the possibility that his mechanics just won’t ever work, but the time may be coming – especially with the emergence of other pitchers in the farm system – for the Tigers to see if Perez responds to a relief role.

He was billed as an inning-eating, workhorse, but Perez hasn’t been able to stay on the field long enough to build up his innings.

Perez’s stunted development mirrors that of the Tigers’ entire return for Justin Verlander two seasons ago: None of the three players have lived up to their billing yet, while Verlander won the American League Cy Young Award this season.

DON W.DELANY
@delanydon
Replying to @anthonyfenech
Why didn’t the tigers make a bid for Gabe http://Kapler.now most likely next year is gardys last year anyway.kapler would have been a natural in the older English D.

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12:49 AM – Nov 19, 2019
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Because the Tigers have a much better manager under contract for next season.

It was surprising to me that the Giants, and second-year general manager Farhan Zaidi, made such a move, so fresh after Gabe Kapler’s ouster from Philadelphia — which was, generously, a struggle — picking him to succeed likely future Hall of Famer Bruce Bochy.

Kapler – along with David Ross in Chicago and Jayce Tingler in San Diego – were puzzling hires. I think managers are very important. Leadership, authority and experience is important. I wouldn’t hire a manager who played with some of my key players just a few years ago, or a first-year manager who has no experience trying to keep a player like Manny Machado in check.

Speaking of managers: Why Doug Mientkiewicz wasn’t yes-man enough to stay with the Tigers organization

Perhaps the most important subplot of this year’s Tigers season is if the front office will do enough to back Ron Gardenhire and his coaching staff. Another year like 2019 will not suffice, with the way they were left short-handed so many nights, and will likely close the door on their tenure.

From this perspective, Gardenhire and his staff has done an incredible job of keeping things together during these two seasons. I hope they get the opportunity to serve at the helm of a competitive team.

Matthew Teitsma
@theerealmattyt
Replying to @anthonyfenech
With other MLB teams showing off New Jersey’s with Nike, have you heard of anything regarding the Tigers jerseys? I can’t stand the change from 2 seasons ago and would love the old mismatched jersey hat combo to come back!

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9:23 PM – Nov 19, 2019
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If I had to guess, I would guess the Tigers home uniform will remain the exact same, except for a Nike logo on the right chest.

There is no chance the change from two seasons ago – aligning the Old English D on the home uniform with the Old English D on the hat – is reversed. But good on the Tigers for making the logo on their hat smaller.

Also, Matt, I agree with you. They shouldn’t have changed anything. But I’m a curmudgeon.

Drew
@Drew51762407
Replying to @anthonyfenech
Any chance we try and make a “blockbuster” trade that also involves some of our prospects? For example: Boyd and Mize for Betts. Not exactly that but a trade where we have to give up more to get the “main piece”

3:59 AM – Nov 19, 2019
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There is no chance the Tigers would trade Casey Mize under any circumstances, let alone one with Matthew Boyd – who still has three years of team control remaining – for a player who is one year away from free agency.

I don’t know what qualifies a “blockbuster” trade anymore, but the Tigers don’t seem to have the pieces to execute such a move. Perhaps Boyd for a strong prospect haul could fall into that category, but the Tigers passed on deals for him last trade deadline, and given his second-half regression, the market may not bear similar fruits.

Besides Boyd, I can’t identify any players on the major league team that would command significant prospect hauls, but with 29 other teams, there’s certainly some combination of big-leaguers and prospects that could result in a bold move, I’m just not sold the Tigers have the ability to find it.

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