Detroit Tigers Prospect Notebook
Following Detroit's minor league farm.
Detroit got busy on the first day of this season’s international free agency period
The list of international players expected to sign with Detroit has a few other interesting guys as well.
Detroit is in an excellent position to snag some high-end talent in the upcoming draft.
The 23-year-old outfielder may claim a regular role over the final weeks of the season.
The Tigers are going to have two of the best left-handed heaters in the game on display.
The Tigers need offense, and Paredes has some to offer.
Mize, Skubal, and Paredes will make their highly anticipated major league debuts versus the White Sox.
With this transaction, the team’s 60-man roster is at capacity.
These players may be hurt most by the loss of playing time this year.
No surprise, but it still hurts.
Here’s a look at the shortstops that could be available to the Tigers when they make their second round pick.
Let’s get deep into some draft and player evaluation discussion.
Asa Lacy and Austin Martin are still in play, but at this point everyone is convinced the Tigers will take Torkelson.
The BYB staff talks baseball from a Tigers’ perspective.
Austin Martin slips from the top spot.
They just missed our top 30 list, but all are worth your attention whenever baseball begins again.
Law also dropped his team rankings, which put lefthander Tarik Skubal second in the Tigers’ system.