Detroit Tigers Draft Coverage
Draft season is upon us and the Tigers are being connected to - you guessed it! - prep pitching.
Here’s our first look at the Tigers 2022 draft possibilities with the 12th overall pick.
Rebuilds require teams to hit on draft picks beyond the first round. Here’s a handful of players who could interest Detroit in the middle rounds.
The social media backlash after Jackson Jobe was drafted by the Tigers was severe, so let’s take a look at some of the specific concerns,
The first batch of picks have come off the board, so let’s take a look at who remains as Day 2 kicks off.
With their second selection on Day 1, the Tigers nabbed the best player on the board by a mile.
The Tigers have been linked to Jackson Jobe for months now and currently seems like the odds on favorite.
He may have the most explosive potential, but Brady House seems a poor fit for a Tigers system that can’t afford to misfire.
The Vanderbilt star was projected to be the first pick in the draft, but his up and down season knocked him down a few pegs.
The Tigers are picking third in the draft and they have their sights set on one guy in particular - prep shortstop Marcelo Mayer.
Detroit holds an extra selection in the group of picks directly following the first round.
Detroit has four top 100 picks in the draft
Baseball America has Detroit taking a prep shortstop with massive upside.
The Tigers appear to have three of the top 38 selections in 2021.
The Rule 5 draft is the next landmark date on MLB’s offseason calendar. Let’s take a look at who might pique the Tigers’ interest.
The Detroit Tigers selected six players over the course of five rounds in the shortened 2020 MLB Draft.
For once, there’s near uniform applause for the Tigers’ front office.
That feels like quite a draft for our Detroit Tigers.
The Tigers capped off a tremendous draft class with an athletic two-way player.
The athletic and toolsy Workman was a college teammate of Spencer Torkelson.
The Rice infielder may have to move positions but he packs offensive potential.
The Louisiana State outfielder has a low maintenance swing and will be quick to the major leagues.
Ohio State’s catcher was a projected first-rounder and is good value in the second round.
Let’s take a look at some of the players who match the Tigers’ preferred archetypes in rounds 3-5.
The Tigers have the first pick on Day Two of the 2020 MLB Draft, so let’s look at some of the best players available for them.
As expected, the Tigers have selected the Sun Devils’ slugger with the top pick in the 2020 MLB draft.
The ducks are in their rows, and teams are ready to go. Here are a couple things on our mind as the hour approaches.
Here’s a look at the shortstops that could be available to the Tigers when they make their second round pick.