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Detroit Tigers prospect rankings 2014: Counting down the best in the organization

Which prospects should you know? We'll tell you here!

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Tigers Top 30: #6-3

In the second-to-last installment of the series, I'll discuss some of the Tigers best prospects. The top two prospects get their own posts.

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Tigers top 30: Prospects 11-7

After coming back from the Florida backfields, here's the next rendition of the countdown.

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Tigers Top 30: #12 Drew Verhagen

Verhagen was promoted from High A to AA this year, and is yet another physically imposing pitcher. Can he use his secondary stuff to hold down a rotation spot?

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Tigers Top 30 Prospects: #13 Daniel Fields

Daniel was selected in the 2009 draft by the Tigers and given a hefty bonus. He's got plenty of skills, do they translate into an every day left fielder?

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Tigers top 30: #14 Harold Castro

Harold Castro burst onto the scene in 2012 as a very young guy with a quick bat. He experienced some pitfalls in 2013, but, can he take a step forward in 2014?

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Detroit Tigers Top 30: #15 Devon Travis

Devon Travis had somewhat of a breakout year in the Tigers system. Is he an every day 2B?

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Tigers Top Prospects: #16 Jeff Thompson

One of approximately 475 pitchers drafted by the Tigers in 2013, Jeff Thompson offers mid rotation upside. He's also very large.

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Tigers Top 30 Prospects: #17 Joe Jimenez

Joe Jimenez is relatively unknown by Tigers fans. Once he gets to full season ball, people will start paying attention. He has the stuff to be a mid-rotation starter.

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Tigers Top 30 Prospects: #18 Javier Betancourt

18 year old Javier Betancourt is impressing scouts with his advanced feel for the game, and good hit tool.

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Tigers top 30 Prospects: #19 Austin Schotts

Schotts certainly had a down year in 2013, not living up to lofty expectations. Can we expect a bounce-back campaign in 2014?

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Tigers Top 30 Prospects: #20 Melvin Mercedes

Mercedes is certainly an imposing figure on the mound. Will he contribute at the major league level soon?

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Tigers Top 30 Prospects: #21 Casey Crosby

Crosby has gone from an enigmatic starter to... an enigmatic reliever! What's his prospect stock look like?

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Tigers Top 30 Prospects: #22 Tyler Collins

Tyler Collins is a fourth outfielder type who had good power numbers at Double-A Erie. How does that stack up?

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Tigers Top 30 Prospects: #23 Kyle Ryan

Kyle Ryan is a lanky left-hander with pitchability and good control. Can he take that next step with his command?

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Tigers Top 30 Prospects: #24 Tommy Collier

A 6'2" right-hander is the next installment of the Tigers top 30 prospect countdown.

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Tigers Top 30 Prospects: #25 Steven Fuentes

Fuentes is an athletic left side infield prospect who had a nice 2013 campaign in the Gulf Coast League.

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Tigers Top 30 Prospects: 29-26

Three pitchers and one hitter are the focus of the late 20s in the Tigers system.

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Tigers top prospects: #30 Kyle Lobstein

This is going to be a pilot project of sorts. Let me know how you like the format. The #30 prospect in the Tigers' system is Kyle Lobstein.

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Tigers prospects outside the top 30

These guys were right on the cusp, but couldn't quite crack the top 30.

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Detroit Tigers Top 30 Prospects Primer

It's that time of year again! Spring training is around the corner, and it's time to rank the Tigers top prospects.

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