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Despite being in first place in the American League Central for just 34 days during the season and finishing with the seventh-best record (88-74) in the league, the Tigers returned to the playoffs in 2012, making back-to-back trips to the postseason for the first time since 1934-35.

Tied with the White Sox for the division lead with eight games left, the Tigers finished with a 6-2 kick. Detroit needed all five games to beat the Athletics in an AL Division Series, then swept the Yankees in the American League Championship Series before suffering the same fate at the hands of the Giants in the World Series.

Though Detroit is the poorest of America's 25 largest cities, fans supported the club by making it one of just nine teams to draw three million fans in 2012. They repaid 83-year-old Tigers owner Mike Ilitch, who authorized the game's fifth-highest Opening Day payroll ($132 million) in an attempt to win his first World Series and the franchise's first since 1984.

Three players accounted for nearly half of that payroll total. Prince Fielder ($23 million), signed as a free agent in the offseason, delivered as expected by hitting .313 with 30 homers. Miguel Cabrera ($21 million) was even better, winning baseball's first triple crown since 1967 by batting .330 with 44 homers and 139 RBIs. Justin Verlander ($20 million) followed his MVP/Cy Young season of 2011 by going 17-8, 2.68 and leading the majors with 239 strikeouts and 238 innings.

That may be the best nucleus in the game, and the Tigers will continue fielding it. Verlander is signed through 2014, Cabrera is locked up through 2015 and Fielder is extended through 2020, with a total of $296 million remaining on their contracts.

Cabrera, Fielder and Verlander will have to keep producing, because the farm system has little to offer in the way of solid regulars and starting pitchers beyond third baseman Nick Castellanos and outfielder Avisail Garcia. The Tigers used to be one of the most aggressive teams in the draft, but they have forfeited their last three first-round picks as free-agent compensation for Jose Valverde, Victor Martinez and Fielder. Detroit spent $6 million on the 2011-12 drafts, the second-lowest total in baseball.

While the Tigers haven't finished higher than 23rd in Baseball America's annual organization talent rankings since 2007, they have gotten some production out of their system. They're tied with the Cubs with 12 players who have reached the majors from the 2008-12 drafts, most notably Alex Avila and Andy Dirks.

Detroit also has been able to trade minor leaguers for key additions to the major league roster during the last three seasons. The Tigers astutely picked up Jhonny Peralta (from the Indians for lefthander Giovanni Soto) in 2010, and Doug Fister (from the Mariners for big leaguers Charlie Furbush and Casper Wells, third baseman Francisco Martinez and righty Chance Ruffin) and Delmon Young (from the Twins for lefty Cole Nelson and righty Lester Oliveros) in 2011. Last season, they grabbed Anibal Sanchez and Omar Infante from the Marlins for former No. 1 overall prospect Jacob Turner, catcher Rob Brantly, lefty Brian Flynn and a swap of competitive-balance lottery picks.

1. Nick Castellanos, 3b/of Born: Mar 04, 1992 B-T: R-R Ht.: 6-4 Wt.: 210
Drafted: Archbishop McCarthy HS, Southwest Ranches, Fla., 2010 (1st round supplemental).  Signed by: Rolando Casanova
Nick CastellanosBackground: A South Florida native, Castellanos spent his first two years of high school at American Heritage High, where he played with 2008 Royals first-round pick Eric Hosmer and 2012 Red Sox first-rounder Deven Marrero on a team that won the 2008 national title, then played his final two seasons at Archbishop McCarthy High, which won the 2011 national championship the year after he left. The Tigers had Castellanos ranked near the top of their 2010 draft board but didn't expect to get the opportunity to draft him after losing their first-round pick for signing free agent Jose Valverde. But Castellanos slid amid reports that he wanted $6 million to sign, allowing Detroit to grab him with the 44th overall selection. He signed at the deadline for a supplemental first round-record $3.45 million. After leading the low Class A Midwest League with 158 hits in his first full season, Castellanos started 2012 as the third-youngest player in the high Class A Florida State League. He hit .405 in 55 games to earn selection to the FSL all-star game, but he already had moved up to Double-A Erie by the time the contest took place. He did get to play in the Futures Game, however, going 3-for-4 with a home run and a walk to win the game's MVP award. The bat he used in the game was taken to the Hall of Fame.

Scouting Report: One of the best pure hitters in the minor leagues, Castellanos has batted .316 while advancing quickly. With natural, loose, wristy actions, he's a rare righthander whose swing is described as pretty. He recognizes pitches well, lets balls travel deep and has no problems catching up to premium velocity. He makes loud contact and can hit all types of pitching. Castellanos has a tall, well-proportioned frame with wiry strength. His natural power is to right-center field, but he truly uses the entire ballpark. Though more advanced pitchers got him to chase sliders away in Double-A, he has shown the ability to make adjustments. Overall, he has the upside of a .300 hitter who could hit 40 doubles and 20-25 homers annually. Defensively, Castellanos is still looking for a permanent home. He came up as a third baseman, and still might end up there eventually, but the Tigers moved him to right field at midseason. He has earned mixed reviews at third base. Some scouts think he has stiff actions and can be too timid on balls, often getting caught in between hops. Others felt he was solid at the hot corner with quick reactions and above-average arm strength. In mid-July, the Tigers shifted him to right field. He's still learning to read balls off the bat and to take clean routes on flyballs. With more experience, he could be an average outfielder. He has below-average speed but moves well for his size and runs the bases well.


The Future: Moving Castellanos to the outfield makes sense in the short term. The Tigers have $116 million committed to Miguel Cabrera, Prince Fielder and Victor Martinez for 2013-14, tying up their infield corners and DH spot. Castellanos likely will start 2013 back in Double-A but it won't be long before he adds another impact bat to the middle of an already fearsome Detroit lineup.

 
Year Team AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB CS AVG OBP SLG
'10 Tigers (R) 24 5 8 2 0 0 3 4 5 0 1 .333 .414 .417
'11 West Michigan (LoA) 507 65 158 36 3 7 76 45 130 3 2 .312 .367 .436
'12 Lakeland (HiA) 215 37 87 17 3 3 32 22 42 3 2 .405 .461 .553
'12 Erie (AA) 322 35 85 15 1 7 25 14 76 5 4 .264 .296 .382
Minor League Totals 1068 142 338 70 7 17 136 85 253 11 9 .316 .367 .443

2. Avisail Garcia, of Born: Jun 12, 1991 B-T: R-R Ht.: 6-4 Wt.: 240
Signed: Venezuela '07 Signed by: Alejandro Rodriguez/Pedro Chavez
Avisail GarciaBackground: Signed for $200,000 out of Venezuela, Garcia developed slowly in his first four pro seasons before taking off in 2012, when he moved from high Class A Lakeland to the majors. He made the Tigers' postseason roster, starting against lefthanded pitchers.

Scouting Report: Dubbed "Little Miggy" by his teammates for his physical resemblance to Miguel Cabrera, Garcia has a similar stance, set-up and swing to his fellow countryman. He doesn't have Cabrera's upside, but Garcia is loaded with tools and could become an average hitter with above-average power. He cut down on his strikeouts in 2012, but he's overly aggressive at the plate and rarely walks. He has the brute strength to get away with hitting pitchers' pitches and Garcia has a surprising athleticism considering his size. He's an average runner with good instincts who could be a 20-20 threat in the majors. At least an average defender in right field, he played 44 games in center in Double-A and has a strong arm.

The Future: Garcia's strong showing in the playoffs could give him a leg up on Detroit's right-field job for 2013. He'll need to improve his plate discipline, and he has the tools to be a solid regular with all-star potential.

Year Team AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB CS AVG OBP SLG
'08 Tigers (R) 245 33 73 12 2 7 34 15 39 7 5 .298 .342 .449
'09 Lakeland (HiA) 8 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 .250 .250 .250
'09 West Michigan (LoA) 299 36 79 11 2 1 31 8 70 8 7 .264 .289 .324
'10 West Michigan (LoA) 494 58 139 17 4 4 63 20 113 20 4 .281 .313 .356
'11 Lakeland (HiA) 488 53 129 16 6 11 56 18 132 14 5 .264 .297 .389
'12 Lakeland (HiA) 266 47 77 8 5 8 36 11 57 14 4 .289 .324 .447
'12 Erie (AA) 215 31 67 9 3 6 22 7 38 9 4 .312 .345 .465
'12 Detroit (MAJ) 47 7 15 0 0 0 3 3 10 0 2 .319 .373 .319
Major League Totals 47 7 15 0 0 0 3 3 10 0 2 .319 .373 .319
Minor League Totals 2015 259 566 73 22 37 242 79 451 72 29 .281 .314 .394

3. Bruce Rondon, rhp Born: Dec 09, 1990 B-T: R-R Ht.: 6-2 Wt.: 270
Signed: Venezuela '07 Signed by: German Robles/Pedro Chavez/Miguel Garcia
Bruce RondonBackground: Rondon's prospect status has risen nearly as fast as his weight. The organization's 2012 minor league pitcher of the year after finishing third in the minors with 29 saves, he weighed 190 pounds when he signed out of Venezuela in 2007 (where he initially tried out for teams as a catcher) but now tips the scales at nearly 300.

Scouting Report: Rondon hit 102 mph with his first pitch at the Futures Game in July, touched 103 during the season and normally works at 97-100 mph. Along with its top-of-the-charts velocity, his fastball has boring action and breaks its fair share of bats. Rondon worked in spring training to find a more comfortable with his slider grip. He has tightened and improved his slider, but it still gets slurvy at times. His slider shows signs of becoming an average offering, as does his high-80s changeup with late sink. He made significant strides with his control and command in 2012, but both still have a way to go and likely will always be an issue because of his lack of athleticism.

The Future: Rondon can make a case for having the best fastball in the minor leagues. He's fearless on the mound and profiles as a future closer. He'll likely open 2013 at Triple-A Toledo.

 
Year Team W L ERA G GS SV IP H R ER HR BB SO AVG
'08 Tigers (R) 2 6 3.58 13 13 0 55 48 36 22 0 20 34 .224
'09 Tigers (R) 0 1 4.76 3 3 0 11 12 6 6 0 8 15 .261
'09 Tigers (R) 0 0 13.50 3 0 0 4 5 6 6 0 7 4 .294
'10 Tigers (R) 0 0 0.70 24 0 15 26 11 2 2 1 14 26 .125
'10 Lakeland (HiA) 0 0 1.35 4 0 2 7 2 1 1 1 2 7 .091
'11 West Michigan (LoA) 2 2 2.03 41 0 19 40 22 11 9 0 34 61 .155
'12 Lakeland (HiA) 1 0 1.93 22 0 15 23 12 5 5 1 10 34 .146
'12 Erie (AA) 0 1 0.83 21 0 12 22 15 4 2 1 9 23 .188
'12 Toledo (AAA) 1 0 2.25 9 0 2 8 5 3 2 1 7 9 .172
Minor League Totals 6 10 2.53 140 16 65 196 132 132 55 5 111 213 .183

4. Jake Thompson, rhp Born: Jan 31, 1994 B-T: R-R Ht.: 6-4 Wt.: 235
Drafted: Rockwall-Heath HS, Heath, Texas, 2012 (2nd round).  Signed by: Tim Grieve
Jake ThompsonBackground: The Tigers didn't have a first-round pick in 2012 after signing Prince Fielder, so their top choice didn't come until 91st overall. Detroit went with Thompson, who turned down a commitment to Texas Christian to sign for $531,800. He pitched Rockwall-Heath High to the Texas 4-A championship, going 12-1, 0.73 on the mound and hitting .448 with nine homers as a first baseman.

Scouting Report: Thompson looks like a future rotation workhorse with his physical, proportioned frame. He throws fastballs that sit at 88-92 mph and top out at 95. His fastball has heavy life and he works on a steep downhill plane to the plate. His slider shows occasional tight bite and the flashes of being a plus pitch down the road, though it flattens out at times. He also shows feel for a changeup. Thompson held his velocity deep into games during his high school season, but he pitched 90 innings as a senior and started to wear down in pro ball. The Tigers shut him down in early August and kept him out of instructional league. His stuff and consistency should improve now that he's focusing on pitching.

The Future: Thompson has the stuff, athleticism and work ethic to profile as a mid-rotation starter. After his abbreviated pro debut, he'll likely start 2013 in extended spring training before heading to short-season Connecticut in June.

 
Year Team W L ERA G GS SV IP H R ER HR BB SO AVG
'12 Tigers (R) 1 2 1.91 7 7 0 28 14 6 6 1 10 31 .141
Minor League Totals 1 2 1.93 7 7 0 28 14 14 6 1 10 31 .143

5. Austin Schotts, of Born: Sep 16, 1993 B-T: R-R Ht.: 5-11 Wt.: 180
Drafted: Centennial HS, Frisco, Texas, 2012 (3rd round).  Signed by: Tim Grieve
Austin SchottsBackground: Schotts wasn't a big name on the high school showcase circuit, but he shot up draft boards last spring thanks to his natural athleticism. He also starred as a safety and kick returner in football. A third-round pick in June who signed for $389,100, he hit .388 in his first month in pro ball before dislocating a finger and then cooling off.

Scouting Report: Schotts has excellent bat speed with a short, balanced swing. Thanks to his quick wrists and strong forearms, he has surprising pop for a smaller player. He has the potential to be a solid hitter with fringy home run power and plenty of doubles and stolen bases. He used his plus-plus speed to steal 16 bases in 42 pro games. A shortstop in high school, Schotts moved to center field after signing. The change better utilizes his speed and mitigates his below-average arm strength. He's a high-energy player who made a seamless transition to pro ball and a new position because of his work ethic and ability to retain information.

The Future: Schotts has the tools and makeup to handle a full-season assignment to low Class A West Michigan as a 19-year-old. He needs to continue to get stronger and make adjustments to pro pitching but profiles as a first-division center fielder.

 
Year Team AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB CS AVG OBP SLG
'12 Tigers (R) 155 31 48 11 1 3 21 12 41 15 4 .310 .360 .452
'12 Lakeland (HiA) 3 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 .333 .333 .333
Minor League Totals 158 32 49 11 1 3 21 12 42 16 4 .310 .360 .449

6. Danry Vasquez, of Born: Jan 08, 1994 B-T: L-R Ht.: 6-3 Wt.: 169
Signed: Venezuela '10 Signed by: Oscar Garcia/Pedro Chavez
Danry VasquezBackground: The Tigers scouted Vasquez for two years before signing him for $1.2 million, their largest bonus ever for a Venezuelan amateur. The youngest player in the Midwest League at the start of the 2012 season, he was overmatched by low Class A pitching as an 18-year-old. Following a demotion, he rebounded to lead the short-season New York-Penn League with 90 hits.

Scouting Report: Vasquez has an advanced approach at the plate and good pitch recognition for his age. He has explosive bat speed and a compact, balanced swing. He has a quiet load, creates natural leverage and has a knack for centering the ball. He shows advanced feel for driving pitches the other way and has power to all parts of the park. Most of Vasquez's value comes from his offense. He's a below-average runner who's still learning how to read the ball off the bat and take proper routes in the outfield. He's likely limited to left field—so the bat will really have to play—and he has a solid arm.

The Future: Vasquez will get another crack at the Midwest League in 2013, when he'll still be one of the circuit's youngest players at age 19. As he adds strength, he projects as a solid hitter with plus power potential.

 
Year Team AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB CS AVG OBP SLG
'11 Tigers (R) 206 25 56 8 1 2 30 7 34 3 2 .272 .306 .350
'12 West Michigan (LoA) 99 5 16 3 0 1 7 7 20 0 0 .162 .218 .222
'12 Connecticut (SS) 289 36 90 16 2 2 35 13 45 6 4 .311 .341 .401
Minor League Totals 594 66 162 27 3 5 72 27 99 9 6 .273 .308 .354

7. Tyler Collins, of Born: Jun 06, 1990 B-T: L-L Ht.: 5-11 Wt.: 205
Drafted: Howard (Texas) JC, 2011 (6th round).  Signed by: Tim Grieve
Tyler CollinsBackground: After batting .404 as a Baylor freshman in 2010, Collins became academically ineligible, so he transferred to Howard (Texas) JC. He became the 2011 national junior college player of the year after topping NJCAA Division I in hits (105), doubles (34) and home runs (19) while ranking second in batting (.488) and RBIs (82). He has continued to hit in pro ball, jumping to high Class A for his first full pro season and ranking among the Florida State League leaders in several categories.

Scouting Report: Collins has a thick, muscular build and a compact stroke. He has a patient, polished approach at the plate. He knows how to work the count well and uses the entire field, making consistent hard contact. While his power is geared more toward doubles than homers, he has strength in his swing with solid average bat speed. Collins has average foot speed and good instincts on the bases, as evidenced by his 20 steals in 23 attempts in 2012. He's an average defender with solid arm strength on the outfield corners. He's a hard-nosed player.

The Future: Collins may not have profile power for a corner outfielder, which could make him more of a fourth outfielder than a regular. His pure hitting ability, on-base skills, gap power and grinder mentality could make him a poor man's Jason Kubel. Collins will begin 2013 in Double-A.

 
Year Team AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB CS AVG OBP SLG
'11 Tigers (R) 3 2 1 1 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 .333 .600 .667
'11 Connecticut (SS) 163 28 51 10 1 8 31 10 17 6 1 .313 .360 .534
'12 Lakeland (HiA) 473 68 137 35 5 7 66 58 64 20 3 .290 .371 .429
Minor League Totals 639 98 189 46 6 15 98 70 81 26 4 .296 .370 .457

8. Casey Crosby, lhp Born: Sep 17, 1988 B-T: R-L Ht.: 6-5 Wt.: 225
Drafted: Kaneland HS, Maple Park, Ill., 2007 (5th round).  Signed by: Marty Miller
Casey CrosbyBackground: Crosby has had one of the best arms in the system since signing for $748,500 in 2007. He hurt his elbow in instructional league right after he was drafted and missed most of 2008 after Tommy John surgery. Then he missed most of 2010 with swelling in the joint. Healthy for the last two seasons, he made his big league debut in June when Doug Fister went on the disabled list with a ribcage strain.

Scouting Report: Crosby has better stuff than most lefthanders. When he's on, he has a 91-94 mph fastball that tops out at 96 and a power curveball in the low 80s. He has learned to back off his fastball a bit and save a little extra for when he really needs it. He also has shown the ability to add and subtract from his curveball. Crosby has tinkered with his grip—now using a three-finger grip— and made improvements with his changeup. He backspins the pitch well, which creates deception, but it's still fringy. He has reduced the effort in his delivery and taken a more direct line to the plate, though his control still needs work.

The Future: If Crosby can throw enough quality strikes, he has the stuff to be a solid No. 3 starter. The Tigers currently have a crowded rotation, so he figures to start 2013 in Triple-A or in the big league bullpen.

Year Team W L ERA G GS SV IP H R ER HR BB SO AVG
'08 Tigers (R) 0 0 0.00 3 3 0 5 4 1 0 0 3 2 .222
'09 West Michigan (LoA) 10 4 2.41 24 24 0 105 70 36 28 3 48 117 .182
'10 Tigers (R) 0 1 8.76 3 3 0 12 21 15 12 1 4 10 .362
'11 Erie (AA) 9 7 4.10 25 25 0 132 122 68 60 11 77 121 .236
'12 Detroit (MAJ) 1 1 9.49 3 3 0 12 15 13 13 2 11 9 .288
'12 Toledo (AAA) 7 9 4.01 22 22 0 126 112 63 56 12 65 112 .229
Major League Totals 1 1 9.75 3 3 0 12 15 15 13 2 11 9 .294
Minor League Totals 26 21 3.69 77 77 0 380 329 329 156 27 197 362 .224

9. Eugenio Suarez, ss/2b Born: Jul 18, 1991 B-T: B-R Ht.: 6-0 Wt.: 180
Signed: Venezuela '08 Signed by: Alejandro Rodriguez
Eugenio SuarezBackground: Suarez made the leap to full-season ball in 2012, his fourth professional season. He was one of the best all-around infielders in the Midwest League, ranking second in the league in hits (147) and fielding percentage at shortstop (.971) and playing in the circuit's all-star game.

Scouting Report: Suarez has a short, quick stroke and works himself into hitter's counts. He barrels balls consistently and can drive them to the gaps, but he sometimes gets too pull-conscious and needs to work on using the middle of the field more often. His on-base skills stand out more than his below-average power. Suarez has smooth defensive actions, soft hands and a plus arm, but his range at shortstop is limited by his fringe-average speed. He's able to compensate in the field because of his above-average instincts for the game. He's steady and makes plays on all the balls he gets to, though he can get a little too comfortable at times in the field. He played errorless ball in 15 games at second base for West Michigan. Suarez's instincs also show on the bases, where he's a good baserunner and can read pitchers. He wore down toward the end of the year, so he'll need to do a better job preparing for the grind of a full season schedule.

The Future: While he might be a little stretched at shortstop, Suarez still is Detroit's top prospect at the position. He'll spend 2013 in high Class A.

 
Year Team AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB CS AVG OBP SLG
'09 Tigers (R) 206 29 54 9 3 1 15 17 32 8 4 .262 .360 .350
'10 Tigers (R) 225 32 70 12 2 1 18 23 44 8 6 .311 .389 .396
'11 Tigers (R) 44 11 15 7 0 2 9 3 4 2 0 .341 .408 .636
'11 Connecticut (SS) 204 37 51 11 5 5 24 18 43 9 5 .250 .323 .426
'12 West Michigan (LoA) 511 82 147 34 5 6 67 65 116 21 9 .288 .380 .409
Minor League Totals 1190 191 337 73 15 15 133 126 239 48 24 .283 .370 .408

10. Adam Wilk, lhp Born: Dec 09, 1987 B-T: L-L Ht.: 6-2 Wt.: 180
Drafted: Long Beach State, 2009 (11th round).  Signed by: Phil Huttmann
Adam WilkBackground: At Cypress (Calif.) High, Wilk played with Josh Vitters and Tigers minor leaguer Mike Morrison while setting school records for career wins (23) and ERA (1.50). He went undrafted, however, and spent three years at Long Beach State before signing for $68,000 as an 11th-rounder in 2009. He's the 11th 49ers pitcher selected in the last 11 drafts to make the big leagues, joining the likes of Jered Weaver and Jason Vargas.

Scouting Report: A classic pitchability lefthander, Wilk doesn't blow hitters away with his 86-89 mph fastball but can run it up to 91 when needed. He has an average slider and the ability to change its shape and speed, throwing it anywhere from 79-85 mph. He has an average changeup with a 10 mph differential from his fastball and occasionally uses a curveball as a show-me pitch. Wilk's biggest asset is his excellent command and feel for pitching, which allowed him to lead Detroit farmhands with 128 strikeouts in 2012. He's a student of the game and shows excellent poise on the mound.

The Future: While he's been roughed up in his brief big league stints, Wilk has the command and moxie to pitch at the back of a big league rotation. He compares favorably with Tommy Milone.

Year Team W L ERA G GS SV IP H R ER HR BB SO AVG
'09 Oneonta (SS) 2 0 1.45 7 7 0 37 23 7 6 0 5 34 .170
'09 West Michigan (LoA) 2 1 1.49 7 7 0 36 30 7 6 2 2 33 .216
'10 Lakeland (HiA) 9 5 3.01 24 24 0 144 139 58 48 8 19 100 .244
'10 Erie (AA) 2 0 1.14 3 3 0 24 10 3 3 1 5 14 .123
'11 Detroit (MAJ) 0 0 5.40 5 0 0 13 14 10 8 3 3 10 .259
'11 Toledo (AAA) 8 6 3.24 18 18 0 103 105 45 37 15 14 76 .254
'12 Detroit (MAJ) 0 3 8.18 3 3 0 11 21 11 10 4 3 7 .389
'12 Toledo (AAA) 7 11 2.77 24 24 0 150 123 61 46 13 28 128 .215
Major League Totals 0 3 6.75 8 3 0 24 35 35 18 7 6 17 .327
Minor League Totals 30 23 2.66 83 83 0 494 430 430 146 39 73 385 .225