Detroit Tigers Prospects

Detroit Tigers: 2 prospects who could be traded this offseason, 1 who should be untouchable

Oct 22, 2022; Phoenix, Arizona, USA; Detroit Tigers infielder Colt Keith plays for the Salt River
Oct 22, 2022; Phoenix, Arizona, USA; Detroit Tigers infielder Colt Keith plays for the Salt River / Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports
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Scott Harris said he's open to trading prospects to make the Detroit Tigers better

The Detroit Tigers need to get better this offseason. There's no question about that. They also need to be willing to do that by any means necessary. Thankfully, president of baseball operations Scott Harris feels the same way.

At last week's GM Meetings, he said he's open to doing anything if it means making the team better—even if he has to trade prospects. That's something that was very refreshing to hear after years of only building the team one way or the other.

With this newfound information, we've come up with a couple of prospects who could be trade chips this offseason. The choices weren't as hard as I expected them to be. I thought about getting ambitious here and making some big names available, but I opted to stay relatively safe with this list.

I also chose one prospect that should be considered untouchable. The prospect I chose has really come into his own over the past year and put his name on the map. It made this a pretty easy choice as well. So without further ado, here's two Detroit Tigers prospects who could be traded this offseason and one that should be considered untouchable.

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