Detroit Tigers Prospect Report

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Tigers Top 30: #6-3

I run down four top prospects in the Tigers system.

Tigers Top 30: #6-3

I run down four top prospects in the Tigers system.

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Lakeland Flying Tigers Preview

How will the Florida State League affiliate of the Tigers fare in 2014?

Lakeland Flying Tigers Preview

How will the Florida State League affiliate of the Tigers fare in 2014?

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West Michigan Whitecaps team preview

Team Preview of the West Michigan Whitecaps

West Michigan Whitecaps team preview

Team Preview of the West Michigan Whitecaps

Minor league Weekly Wrap up

Check out who performed the best this week in the Tigers system

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Celebrate the 30th anniversary of the 1984 Tigers

Bless you Boys, indeed. The 1984 Detroit Tigers stormed out of the gate and led wire-to-wire on the way to a World Series Title. Local WDIV broadcaster AL Ackerman came up with the catchphrase "Bless You Boys" and the name was so popular that Sparky Anderson used it for his book about the ‘84 season.

Tigers top 30: Prospects 11-7

Five more prospects, most in the high minors.

Backfield Notes Round One

Check out some notes from the Tigers backfields.

Tigers Top 30: #12 Drew Verhagen

Big right hander Drew Verhagen checks in at number 12 on the list.

Tigers Top 30 Prospects: #13 Daniel Fields

Fields had a big '13. Can he keep it up in AAA?

Mail Time!

I answer some reader questions in 2014's first mailbag.

Tigers top 30: #14 Harold Castro

Harold Castro is a 2B with an advanced hit tool. Can he make it as a 2B regular?

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Detroit Tigers Top 30: #15 Devon Travis

Devon Travis absolutely tore up two levels last year, how does that bode for his future?

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Tigers Top Prospects: #16 Jeff Thompson

Jeff Thompson is really large, and projects to eat a bunch of innings.

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.

Tigers Top 30 Prospects: #18 Javier Betancourt

Javier Betancourt is an advanced middle infield prospect with a good hit tool.

Tigers top 30 Prospects: #19 Austin Schotts

The speedy center fielder had a down year in 2013. Can he bounce back for the 2014 campaign?

Tigers Top 30 Prospects: #20 Melvin Mercedes

Big right handed reliever Melvin Mercedes is close to being a nice pen arm for the Tigers.

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