When thinking about the Tiger's offseason this year, the term "go big or go home" comes to mind. Last summer was almost amazing, we almost had a really special team, and we almost got back to the World Series. But we didn't. Mike Ilitch and Dave Dombrowski don't seem to have much time for almost anymore. Enter Prince Fielder, an all-in signing to the tune of $214 million over nine years. The kid who grew up at the corner of Michigan and Trumbull has returned to don the old English D and get us over the hump at last, in part, by giving the Tigers the best 3-4 hitters in baseball (with Cabrera batting third followed by Fielder). Last year Fielder hit .299 with 38 home runs and 120 RBIs. He is a three-time All Star, and was the All Star Game MVP last year in Phoenix. If he can even come close to that kind of production in a Tigers uniform, the size of his contract will soon be forgotten. And come November, when it's all said and done, hopefully almost will be someone else's problem.