Detroit Tigers general manager Al Avila has already added significant depth this offseason. While the minor league signings won’t dominate the headlines, Avila has given Detroit some solid depth in Toledo.
Detroit Tigers players coming up from Triple-A Toledo provided mixed results. While Michael Fulmer, Matt Boyd, Daniel Norris, JaCoby Jones and Tyler Collins all relatively helped the team, there were a number of players who didn’t stick long in Detroit.
Fulmer, Boyd, Norris, Jones and Collins were all in the organization prior to the beginning of last offseason.
Meanwhile, McGehee, Parnell, Kensing, Molleken and Presley all joined on minor league deals either during the offseason or mid-season.
While Avila has brought back Kensing and Molleken, the general manager has also added some potentially useful depth pieces.
From familiar names like Infante, Kensing and Molleken to minor league veterans such as
Here are the minor league signings most likely to contribute to the Detroit Tigers in 2017.