Danny Woodrow Has His Marching Orders
The 24-year-old outfielder excels at small ball. Now the Tigers have challenged him to think bigger and add power.
Jake Rogers Unlearns What He Had Learned
The Tigers view Rogers as their catcher of the future, and he took a major step in that direction at Double-A after leveling his swing path.
Eduardo Jimenez Opens Eyes In AFL
Jimenez has the raw ingredients to pitch relief innings for the rebuilding Tigers, but command and control will determine his future value.
Parker Meadows Continued To Shine At Instructs
The 2018 second-rounder showed off attributes in instructional league that figure to make him more than just Austin Meadows' little brother.
John Schreiber Eyes Role In Tigers' Bullpen
The sidearming righthander heads to the Arizona Fall League to prove he is more than just a matchup reliever.
Matt Manning Finishes On A High Note
The 2016 first-rounder improved the extension in his delivery, producing a big season he finished at Double-A.
Isaac Paredes' Bat Pushes Him To Double-A
Paredes showed rare power for a teenager in the Florida State League, and the Tigers believe his hitting approach will play.
Christin Stewart Shows Improvement At Triple-A
Trying to force the Tigers' hand with his power display at Triple-A, Stewart is the system's Best Player in our midseason update.
Josh Turley Finds A Friend In The Knuckleball
Turley made a last-ditch effort to save his career by becoming the rare lefthanded knuckleballer. Now, he is on the Tigers' radar.
Tigers Can Afford To Be Patient With Sandy Baez
Baez brings mid-90s heat and throws an above-average "fosh" changeup, which gives him a floor as a big league reliever.