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    2015 TigsTown Top 50: 30-21

    The TigsTown Staff / TigsTown.com

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    Trans Blog: Nesbitt, Machado Added to 40-man

    Paul Wezner / Executive Editor

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    Detroit Tigers 2014 Rule 5 Preview

    Mark Anderson / Director of Scouting

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    2015 TigsTown Top 50: 20-11

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    Scouting MLN: Moya, Ray in AFL

    Paul Wezner / Executive Editor

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  • 03.

    Tigers Arizona Fall League Wrap Up

    Paul Wezner / Executive Editor

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  • 04.

    2015 TigsTown Top 50: 30-21

    The TigsTown Staff / TigsTown.com

    Full Story
  • 05.

    Trans Blog: Nesbitt, Machado Added to 40-man

    Paul Wezner / Executive Editor

    Full Story
  • 06.

    Detroit Tigers 2014 Rule 5 Preview

    Mark Anderson / Director of Scouting

    Full Story
  • 01.

    2015 TigsTown Top 50: 20-11

    The TigsTown Staff / TigsTown.com

    Full Story
  • 02.

    Scouting MLN: Moya, Ray in AFL

    Paul Wezner / Executive Editor

    Full Story
  • 03.

    Tigers Arizona Fall League Wrap Up

    Paul Wezner / Executive Editor

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Navarro checks in at #40 in the organization

2015 TigsTown Top 50: 40-31

Continuing to reveal the Top 50 prospects in the Tigers organization as ranked by TigsTown, take a look at those prospects ranked in the 30's in the organization.

Avila will be back behind the dish next year

Transaction Blog: Avila's Option Picked Up

With a Thursday deadline looming, the Tigers announced on Monday that they had picked up Alex Avila's option for 2015.

Fuentes finds himself ranked in the 40's

2015 TigsTown Top 50: 50-41

The time has come for TigsTown to debut its ranking of the top 50 prospects in the Detroit Tigers organization. In a farm system that has been pillaged both by graduations to the big leagues and significant trades, there is plenty of movement and new names and faces. Which players just barely squeaked into the back of the top 50?

Hanrahan returns to the Tigers for 2015

Transaction Blog: Tigers Bring Back Hanrahan

In addition to officially announcing the signing of Victor Martinez, the Tigers also brought back right-hander Joel Hanrahan on a minor league deal with plenty of big league incentives.

Could the Tigers go after Alex Rios?

Where to Find the 2015 Outfielders?

With the Mets firing the first official shot of the 2015 offseason on Monday and the Tigers following Wednesday, it’s time to prepare for the cavalcade of rumors and sources that turn out this time of year. The Tigers should find themselves amid many of them, not the least of which comes from their desperate need to find more outfielders for the 2015 campaign.

Gose could be the Tigers center fielder in 2015

Tigers Trade Devon Travis for Anthony Gose

With a depleted outfield, the Tigers were going to need to make some pretty substantial changes or additions to help solidify the unit that traded Austin Jackson midseason, lost Andy Dirks on waivers, and is likely to lose Torii Hunter via free agency. The Tigers made the first move to shore up that unit, acquiring outfielder Anthony Gose from Toronto in exchange for top ten prospect Devon Travis.

Martinez will be back in the English D

REPORT: Tigers Re-sign Victor Martinez

According to numerous reports, the Tigers have reached a deal with designated hitter Victor Martinez to bring the 2014 AL OPS leader back to Detroit. The deal is reportedly for four years and worth $68 million.

Might the Tigers go after Josh Vitters?

2015 Minor League Free Agent Targets

With the full list of minor league free agents out there, take a look at some potential targets for the Tigers this off-season as they look to supplement their current crop of prospects and minor leaguers.

Schotts remains a top speedster in the org

2014 TigsTools: Best Speed

While the Major League club has generally lacked speed over the last few years, the Tigers minor league club is loaded with 60 and 70-grade runners that can burn around the bases and use their speed on defense. Was Austin Schotts able to retain his spot atop this list, or was he bumped off by another speed demon prospect?

Romine was an adequate fill-in for Detroit

2014 Player Capsule: IF Andrew Romine

TigsTown continues its look at the key contributors from the 2014 season and what their 2015 outlook is. When the Tigers lost shortstop Jose Iglesias for the season, they made a move to acquire Andrew Romine to help shore up the position. While Romine filled in adequately given the Tigers’ last-minute need, he also didn’t prove to be anything more than a replacement player.

Michael Cuddyer is likely to stay in Colorado.

Will Free Agents Bite on Qualfying Offers?

Monday was the deadline for Major League franchises to extend one-year qualifying offers to their impending free agents. Several players received offers. Which free agents will take the offers? We take a look.

Collins has plenty of pop in his bat

2014 TigsTools: Best Power

True raw power stands out like a sore thumb, and when that power makes the leap from batting practice to game situations, it can truly be something special to watch. The Tigers have several prospects with the chance to show big-time power in game situations and some of them are starting to realize that potential. Check inside for the details!