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Tigers promote Eugenio Suarez


The nearly 23-year-old shortstop has been recalled, likely for everyday duty. What can we expect?

Corey Knebel: What does he bring to the table?


What are the Tigers getting in Corey Knebel?

Stephen Drew is gone, so who is Plan B?

Who is going to get the bulk of the shortstop reps for the Tigers in 2014?

Corey Knebel is nearly MLB ready


The supplemental first round pick has been dominating the minor leagues. Is he ready for a call up?

Tigers call up J.D. Martinez, Luke Putkonen to DL

Just who exactly is J.D. Martinez?

Tigers Top 30: #6-3

I run down four top prospects in the Tigers system.

Lakeland Flying Tigers Preview


How will the Florida State League affiliate of the Tigers fare in 2014?

West Michigan Whitecaps team preview


Team Preview of the West Michigan Whitecaps

Minor league Weekly Wrap up


Check out who performed the best this week in the Tigers system

Tigers top 30: Prospects 11-7


Five more prospects, most in the high minors.

Backfield Notes Round One


Check out some notes from the Tigers backfields.

Tigers Top 30: #12 Drew Verhagen

Big right hander Drew Verhagen checks in at number 12 on the list.

Tigers Top 30 Prospects: #13 Daniel Fields

Fields had a big '13. Can he keep it up in AAA?

Mail Time!


I answer some reader questions in 2014's first mailbag.

Tigers top 30: #14 Harold Castro

Harold Castro is a 2B with an advanced hit tool. Can he make it as a 2B regular?

Calling for a mailbag!


Do you want some questions answered? I'm going to be doing so, in mailbag form

Detroit Tigers Top 30: #15 Devon Travis

Devon Travis absolutely tore up two levels last year, how does that bode for his future?

Tigers Top Prospects: #16 Jeff Thompson

Jeff Thompson is really large, and projects to eat a bunch of innings.

Tigers Top 30 Prospects: #17 Joe Jimenez

Joe Jimenez is relatively unknown by Tigers fans. Once he gets to full season ball, people will start paying attention. He has the stuff to be a mid-rotation starter.

Tigers Top 30 Prospects: #18 Javier Betancourt

Javier Betancourt is an advanced middle infield prospect with a good hit tool.

Tigers top 30 Prospects: #19 Austin Schotts

The speedy center fielder had a down year in 2013. Can he bounce back for the 2014 campaign?

Tigers Top 30 Prospects: #20 Melvin Mercedes

Big right handed reliever Melvin Mercedes is close to being a nice pen arm for the Tigers.

Tigers Top 30 Prospects: #21 Casey Crosby

The big left hander checks in right outside the top 20. How's he going to fare in the pen this year?

Tigers Top 30 Prospects: #22 Tyler Collins

Tyler Collins is a fourth outfielder type who had good power numbers at Double-A Erie. How does that stack up?

Tigers Top 30 Prospects: #23 Kyle Ryan

Kyle Ryan is a big lefty with good control. Can he make that next step?

Tigers Top 30 Prospects: #24 Tommy Collier

Check out the next installment of the top 30, Tommy Collier.

Tigers Top 30 Prospects: #25 Steven Fuentes

Check out what this rangy left side of the IF prospect has to offer.

Tigers top prospects: #30 Kyle Lobstein


Check out the pilot project of the top 30!

Tigers prospects outside the top 30


These guys were right on the cusp, but couldn't quite crack the top 30.

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