Detroit Tigers 60-Man Roster Prospect Analysis

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Editor’s Note: This post has been updated to include all moves through Aug. 30.


Tim Adleman
Dario Agrazal
Tyler Alexander
Matthew Boyd
Beau Burrows
Anthony Castro
Jose Cisnero
Alex Faedo
Buck Farmer
Michael Fulmer
Kyle Funkhouser
Bryan Garcia
Rony Garcia
Joe Jimenez
Matt Manning
David McKay
Casey Mize
Daniel Norris
Ivan Nova
Franklin Perez
Nick Ramirez
John Schreiber
Tarik Skubal
Gregory Soto
Dillon Dingler
Grayson Greiner
Eric Haase
Brady Policelli
Jake Rogers
Austin Romine
Sergio Alcantara
Miguel Cabrera
Willi Castro
CJ Cron
Brandon Dixon
Niko Goodrum
Dawel Lugo
Isaac Paredes
Frank Schwindel
Spencer Torkelson
Jorge Bonifacio
Daz Cameron
Travis Demeritte
Riley Greene
Derek Hill
JaCoby Jones
Victor Reyes
Christin Stewart


The Tigers have all but one of their Top 10 prospects available in their 60-man player pool. The lone exception is OF Daniel Cabrera, the team’s second-rounder from the 2020 draft. He ranked No. 8 among the team’s midseason Top 30. Two of their top arms—RHPs Matt Manning and Alex Faedo—have but shut down with arm injuries. The rest of the player pool features an assortment of prospects, including OFs Derek Hill, SS Sergio Alcantara, RHP Bryan Garcia and RHP Beau Burrows, among others.


The Tigers briefly added former first-round RHP Carson Fulmer before losing him on waivers to the Pirates. Detroit also released infielder Jordy Mercer, who has since signed with the Yankees. 

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