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2015 Detroit Tigers Top Preseason Prospects

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2015 Detroit Tigers Top Preseason Prospects

The Tigers farm system isn’t full of top 50 prospects, but that doesn’t mean it isn’t well built. Detroit had some breakout players last season, with Steven Moya and Kevin Ziomek having breakout seasons.  Moya hit 35 homers with 105 RBIs and hit .276 in Double-A ball. Ziomek went 10-6 with a 2.27 ERA in 123 innings in Single-A. Both prospects will have a shot to play in the majors this season, with Moya already getting some playing time in September.

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★★★★★★ – Superstar player that has the potential to make an instant impact in the Major Leagues. This player is a future MVP or Cy Young Candidate.
★★★★★ – Great player at his respected position. Has the potential to be a number one starter if he’s a pitcher. Has All-Star potential, but isn’t on the superstar level.
★★★★ – A good everyday player, but not on the great level. A good number two or three if he’s a pitcher.
★★★ – Major League potential, but most likely just a bench player or number 4 or 5 starter. A chance they will spend most of their career in the minors.

1. Kevin Ziomek, LHP
★★★★
2. Austin Kubitza, RHP
★★★★
3. Devon Travis, 2B
★★★★
4. Steven Moya, OF
★★★★
5. Buck Farmer, RHP
★★★★
6. Derek Hill, OF
★★★★
7. Domingo Leyba, 2B/SS
★★★★
8. Hernan Perez, 2B/SS
★★★
9. James McCann, C
★★★
10. Dixon Machado, SS
★★★
11. Drew VerHagen, RHP
★★★
12. Spencer Turnbull, RHP
★★★
13. Robbie Ray, LHP
★★★
14. Angel Nesbitt
★★★
15. Tyler Collins, OF
★★★
16. Jose Valdez, RHP
★★★
17. Joe Jimenez, RHP
★★★
18. Grayson Greiner, C
★★★
19. Javier Betancourt, 2B/SS
★★★
20. Endrys Briceno, RHP
★★★

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