The righty with pitching bloodlines posted a strong month in Toledo
Detroit’s newest prospect has four pitches and some fun upside
Detroit holds an extra selection in the group of picks directly following the first round.
A late round pick that is picking up some steam.
Rodriguez has yet to give up a run through first two starts
The key piece of the Justin Verlander trade is nearly out of time.
Detroit has four top 100 picks in the draft
The defensive work remains intriguing, but the swing and miss has Rogers on the brink.
The tools are more sturdy than flashy, but Cabrera has an advanced game and could contribute soon.
The former second rounder has struggled to find traction, but it’s go-time for the 21-year-old.
The biggest personality among the Tigers top pitching prospects should prove more valuable for his game in time.
The Tigers had to work to bag Keith in the 5th round in 2020. There’s a chance we’re very glad they did.
The versatile, switch-hitting infielder can play anywhere and packs serious power potential as well.
Packard won’t do much for you in the field, but this is a bat worth keeping an eye on this year.
He’s enigmatic, but has the potential to become an impact prospect for the Tigers.
He’ll need to show strides made during the lost season to keep his development on track.
The 26-year-old slugger won’t be a free agent until 2025.
The young infielder makes plenty of contact and has the tools to play a good shortstop.
After a year’s delay, the Tigers 2019 second round pick looks to get on track.
The Tigers third round pick in 2020 has some tools and serious hitting genes.
Lipcius probably won’t make it as a regular, but his well-rounded skillset may get him to the majors anyway.
With two really good pitches, Hess could move quickly as a bullpen asset
The Tigers have become bigger players in the international market recently, so here’s a look at their top five players who are still overseas.