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Podcast: Discussing the Detroit Tigers’ future young core

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ANAHEIM, CALIFORNIA - JULY 31: Jake Rogers #34 of the Detroit Tigers celebrates his solo homerun, to take a 1-0 lead, over the Los Angeles Angels during the third inning at Angel Stadium of Anaheim on July 31, 2019 in Anaheim, California. (Photo by Harry How/Getty Images)
ANAHEIM, CALIFORNIA - JULY 31: Jake Rogers #34 of the Detroit Tigers celebrates his solo homerun, to take a 1-0 lead, over the Los Angeles Angels during the third inning at Angel Stadium of Anaheim on July 31, 2019 in Anaheim, California. (Photo by Harry How/Getty Images) /
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The Detroit Tigers are going all-in on a youth movement to close out 2019, so what could the team’s future look like a couple of years down the road?

In this episode of the Motor City Bengals Podcast, we spend plenty of time discussing the future of the Detroit Tigers. This team has plenty of young guys waiting for the chance to prove their skills on the major league stage, so how can they shape the team’s future?

Guys like Travis Demeritte, Jake Rogers, Christin Stewart, and more are showing as if they could potentially be key pieces for the Detroit Tigers going forward into the future. Also, minor leaguers like Daz Cameron should get their shot at some big league experience in the near future, as September call-up season is just on the horizon.

Also discussed is how the outfield will look with the loss of JaCoby Jones for the remainder of the season. With a big gap to fill in centerfield, Jones’ absence means a few different guys will be getting a shot at proving their defensive abilities in center, which could be very important in proving their cases as key pieces in the Tigers’ lineup moving forward.

We also talk a bit about how Nicholas Castellanos and Shane Greene are doing since leaving the Tigers and heading to their new teams.

We hope you enjoy and feel free to respond with your thoughts on the future of the Detroit Tigers and who you’re excited to see get major league experience in the comments section down below. Follow Motor City Bengals on Twitter @MCB_Tigers and stay tuned for next week’s episode of the podcast.

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