Detroit Tigers: A look at who is eligible for 2021 Rule 5 draft

Erie SeaWolves pitcher Paul Richan throws against the Altoona Curve on June 16, 2021, at UPMC Park in Erie.P4seawolves061621
Erie SeaWolves pitcher Paul Richan throws against the Altoona Curve on June 16, 2021, at UPMC Park in Erie.P4seawolves061621 /
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Jared Tobey throws a pitch during an East Coast Michigan 18U baseball practice Tuesday, June 16, 2020, at Richmond High School. Tobey, a graduate from St. Clair High School, went on to play at Wayne State University before being drafted by the Detroit Tigers in the 30th round of the Major League Baseball draft in 2018. /

Detroit Tigers relievers who are eligible for the Rule 5 draft.

Some intriguing arms who made some headway this year like Chavez Fernander, Angel De Jesus, and Yaya Chentouf are among the names. Fernander like Hill is also pitching in the Arizona Fall League and has been reported to be hitting in the mid-’90s consistently so far.

Next up, a few bats the Detroit Tigers must consider.

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