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Detroit Tigers Top 40 Prospects

Team Rank Name Last Name POS TEAM
1 Casey Crosby , P , DET
2 Austin Jackson , OF , DET
3 Jacob Turner , P , DET
4 Daniel Schlereth , P , DET
5 Alex Avila , C , DET
6 Ryan Strieby , 1B , DET
7 Scott Sizemore , 2B , DET
8 Wilkin Ramirez , OF , DET
9 Chris Lambert , P , DET
10 Andrew Oliver , P , DET
11 Gustavo Nunez , 2B , DET
12 Luke Putkonen , P , DET
13 Daniel Fields , SS , DET
14 Brayan Villareal , P , DET
15 Robbie Weinhardt , P , DET
16 James Robbins , 1B , DET
17 Casey Fien , P , DET
18 Dixon Machado , SS , DET
19 Tyler Stohr , P , DET
20 Alfredo Figaro , P , DET
21 Casper Wells , OF , DET
22 Anthony Shawler , P , DET
23 Brennan Boesch OF DET
24 Cale Iorg , SS , DET
25 Jonathan Kibler , P , DET
26 Luis Sanz , 1B , DET
27 Austin Wood , P , DET
28 Cody Satterwhite , P , DET
29 Jared Gayhart P DET
30 Scott Green , P , DET
31 Audy Ciriaco , SS , DET
32 Javier Azcona , H , DET
33 Luis Marte , P , DET
34 Avisail Garcia , OF , DET
35 Edwin Gomez , SS , DET
36 Brandon Douglas , SS , DET
37 Charlie Furbush , P , DET
38 Dusty Ryan , C , DET
39 Jonah Nickerson , P , DET
40 Zach Simons , P , DET

Comments

  1. Nice site - just came across it.

    Chris Lambert has been with Baltimore since late last summer. Dusty Ryan was traded over the offseason to SD.

    IMO, Satterwhite should be in the 15-20 range at worst. Again, IMO, Thad Weber should be on here; not Jonah Nickerson.

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  2. No offense but there are mistakes all over your lists. Don't know where you are getting the idea that a guy like Nickerson would sniff the top 40, or that Brandon Douglas is a SS, or that Dixon Machado who hasn't made it to the states should be ranked ahead of a toolsy Audy Ciriaco who keeps improving, or that even if he was on our team still, Chris Lambert would definitely not be in the top 10.

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  3. oh and gustavo nunez is a SS. And Jay Sborz who probably will spend some time on the Tigers roster this year, I would think would have to be in there.

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  4. Mistakes need to have proof that they are wrong. They are differences of opinion.
    Nickserson had a decent 2008 season and fell off in AA in 09 and is the 1338th best prospect in baseball, so don't get too upset over his ranking. Douglas has played more games a7 2B, heres a breakdown.2B-81, SS-59, 3B-5. Sborz is at 43 and I like Lambert.
    These are differences of opinion, not mistakes. I will look more at Ciriaco, I may have him lower than I should, I'll look into it

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