With an average player age of just over 28 years old, the Detroit Tigers had one of the youngest teams in baseball last season.
Detroit had an influx of young talent who became huge contributors to its success. These young players helped the Tigers reach their second consecutive AL Central Championship and their second World Series appearance since 2006.
Players like Andy Dirks, Quintin Berry and Avisail Garcia played major roles for the Tigers down the stretch and into the playoffs, giving the team a lot to look forward to in 2013 and into the future.
The Tigers have depended heavily on their farm system the last few years, developing much of their current talent from their minor league affiliates.
Here are the six prospects you'll see in a Tigers uniform this season.