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Detroit Tigers Minor League Report: 2022 prospects to look out for

Erie SeaWolves starting pitcher Garrett Hill throws against the Harrisburg Senators.
Erie SeaWolves starting pitcher Garrett Hill throws against the Harrisburg Senators. /
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With the Arizona Fall League showcasing a few Detroit Tigers prospects you may never heard of outside of the trio of Riley Greene, Ryan Kreidler, and Spencer Torkelson, we look at a few others in the system that may get noticed next season.

Jason Beck of MLB.com dropped a list that Riley Greene and Spencer Torkelson have company in the Detroit Tigers minor league pipeline. He discussed a few names that stepped up this year and two names to look out for in 2022.

Just recently, I put out a piece about five prospects who rose their profile this season so this piece goes into some other names including one from the honorable mention list with more detail.

In the spirit of Jason’s article and how many minor league games I have watched this season, I decided to drop a few of my notes and observations about who made an impression on me and three names to look out for next season. We will split the prospects into two categories. The first is “Hey, that name sounds familiar” and the other will be “wildcards”

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