Ranking the 3 Most Underrated Prospects in the Tigers' Farm System

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Ranking the 3 Most Underrated Prospects in the Tigers' Farm System
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OF/3B Nick Castellanos heads a thin Tigers' farm system.

After losing to the San Francisco Giants in the 2012 World Series, the Detroit Tigers will once again vie for a postseason berth next season, and possibly even contend for a title.

However, they’ll have to rely on big-league talent, as the organization features one of the game’s worst farm systems headed into the spring training.

Even though they lack projectable talent beyond Nick Castellanos, Avisail Garcia and Bruce Rondon, the Tigers do have several intriguing under-the-radar prospects.

In selecting players for this article, I targeted prospects that are behind the developmental curve relative to their age, have a concerning medical history, lack significant professional experience or are simply under-appreciated.

Here’s a look at the three most underrated prospects in the Detroit Tigers’ farm system.

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