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Tigers Prospect Profile #17: Tyler Stohr

After missing almost all of the 2010 campaign due to elbow surgery, Tyler Stohr came back strong in 2011, vaulting himself back up prospect charts with strong showings in Lakeland and Erie. What does Stohr bring to the table and what role could he fill in the big leagues?

Tyler Stohr Position: Right-handed Pitcher Height: 6-2 Weight: 210 Born: 9/19/1986 Bats: Left Throws: Right Background Stohr was the Tigers sixth pick in 2008, offering a power arm and the relief profile that the team was seeking in that year's draft. In his debut summer Stohr posted a 3.98 ERA as Oneonta's closer, notching twelve saves. He allowed 17 hits in just over 20 innings of work...

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