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Tigers Organization Report

Jon Paul Morosi -Premium Content

Righthander Randor Bierd began this season at low Class A West Michigan and has excelled since joining the bullpen in Double-A Erie. A major-league-average fastball and late-breaking slider have helped him become a reliable setup man, and he held hitters to a .169 batting average through his first 25 appearances at Double-A.

Majors | #2007#Detroit Tigers#Organization Reports

Tigers Organization Report

Jon Paul Morosi -Premium Content

The Tigers have been praised for their ability to stockpile and retain superb young pitching. Jeremy Bonderman will be in the rotation through at least 2010. Justin Verlander and Andrew Miller are just starting their careers, and Joel Zumaya looks like a future closer. Amid such discussions, Kyle Sleeth had been conspicuous by his absence.

Majors | #2007#Detroit Tigers#Organization Reports