By STEVE KORNACKISpecial to FOXSportsDetroit.com
LAKELAND , Fla. -- The first thing that strikes you upon walking into the Detroit Tigers' clubhouse is that they no longer revolve around Miguel Cabrera. He has been the undisputed main man, the face of the franchise, since arriving from the Florida Marlins in 2008.
But now Prince Fielder is there to share center stage. And, for the early going, he has become the player gaining the most attention with 611-foot batting practice homers and other Ruthian exploits.
Then theres ace Justin Verlander, the reigning league MVP and Cy Young Award winner.
So, now batting third in the lineup and getting third billing: Miguel Cabrera.
This adjustment would crush some players.
But mention it to Cabrera and he smiles.
I am fine with that, Cabrera said. Its better for the team. If the guy behind me and the guy ahead of me are good, I will do better.
Give (Tigers general manager) Dave Dombrowski credit and give our manager (Jim Leyland) cr...