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Top Tigers Countdown #50: Mark Fidrych

The Bird's career was cut short due to injuries, but he electrified the Tigers and their fans in his 1976 rookie season.

Top Tigers Countdown #49: Carlos Guillen

Shortstop Carlos Guillen owns two of the top 10 best seasons by a shortstop in franchise history, but will he be remembered for more than one home run in the twilight of his career?

Top Tigers Countdown #48: Tony Phillips

Super utility man Tony Phillips had five consecutive seasons with 4 WAR or more with the Tigers in the early 1990s.

Top Tigers Countdown #47: Jim Northrup

Northrup was a solid role player who had a pair of outstanding seasons in the Tigers' outfield in the late 1960s and early 1970s.

Top Tigers Countdown #46: Ivan Rodriguez

One of the greatest catchers of all-time, "Pudge" is a big reason why the Tigers are relevant again.

Top Tigers Countdown #45: Willie Hernandez

Willie Hernandez was a dominant closer for the Tigers in 1984 and a three-time All-Star in the mid-1980s.

Top Tigers Countdown #44: Rocky Colavito

Slugger Rocky Colavito spent most of his career in Cleveland, but was extremely popular with fans during his four seasons in Detroit.

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Top Tigers Countdown #43: Goose Goslin

Hall of Fame outfielder Goose Goslin spent four years in Detroit and drove in the decisive run in the 1935 World Series.

Top Tigers Countdown #42: Billy Rogell

Rogell served as Charlie Gehringer's double play partner for 10 years, and the two were one of the longest tenured middle infields in baseball history.

Top Tigers Countdown #41: Cecil Fielder

Cecil Fielder put up some huge power numbers with the Tigers in the early 1990s, including the American League's first 50-homer season in 30 years.

Top Tigers Countdown #40: George Mullin

He only spent 12 seasons in Detroit, but George Mullin pitched the most innings in franchise history and helped lead the Tigers to three consecutive World Series appearances in the early 1900s.

Top Tigers Countdown #39: Bill Donovan

The Jack Morris of the early 1900s, Bill Donovan won 140 games for the Tigers in 11 seasons.

Top Tigers Countdown #38: Heinie Manush

Manush's Tigers career ended shortly after Ty Cobb hung up his spikes, but a number of great years in St. Louis and Washington turned him into a Hall of Famer down the road.

Top Tigers Countdown #37: Donie Bush

Donie Bush was the shortstop that you are praying Jose Iglesias turns into.

Top Tigers Countdown #36: Travis Fryman

Travis Fryman becomes the first player on our countdown to spend his entire Tigers career in the dreaded 1990s.

Top Tigers Countdown #35: Frank Lary

"The Yankee Killer" had some excellent seasons for some bad Tigers teams, but still lands at #35 on our countdown.

Top Tigers Countdown #34: Schoolboy Rowe

Schoolboy Rowe was one of the Tigers' top pitchers of the 1930s and appeared in three World Series with the club.

Top Tigers Countdown #33: Hooks Dauss

Hooks Dauss is the winningest pitcher in Tigers history and the #33 player on our countdown.

Top Tigers Countdown #32: Denny McLain

Denny McLain won the MVP in 1968 and back-to-back Cy Young awards in '68 and 1969 in two of the best single seasons in Tigers history.

Top Tigers Countdown #31: Virgil Trucks

Another pitcher from the 1945 championship team makes an appearance as Virgil Trucks lands just outside the top 30.

Top Tigers Countdown #30: Chet Lemon

The best Tigers center fielder since Ty Cobb, Chet Lemon is #30 on our countdown.

Top Tigers Countdown #29: Rudy York

Before Miggy and Prince there was Rudy and Hank. Rudy York was the Tigers' slugger of the 1940s and is now the #29 player on our countdown.

Top Tigers Countdown #28: Harvey Kuenn

Eight-time All-Star Harvey Kuenn was one of the best players in Tigers' history to never appear in the playoffs.

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