What if the Detroit Tigers are done making moves?

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Eduardo Rodriguez, Spencer Turnbull, Matt Boyd, Michael Lorenzen, Matt Manning


Beau Brieske, Joey Wentz, Alex Faedo, Garrett Hill


Casey Mize, Tarik Skubal

State of the Rotation

This is likely the most stable of the group--thanks in part to the signings of veterans Matt Boyd and Michael Lorenzen. There is a lot of depth and some mid-rotation potential here but not the true bona fide ace that many contending teams look for.

If they were to trade away from their major league roster, trading a starter makes the most sense. While the old saying of 'you can never have enough pitching' rings true considering their issues with injuries last year, they have quite a bit of depth. Joey Wentz had the makings of a back-end arm and pitched well in the Arizona Fall League this winter, Brieske pitched well in his brief time before his own injury, and Faedo and Hill did some quality fill-in work, too.

Beyond them, there's still Reese Olson, Wilmer Flores, and Ty Madden hanging around in the minor leagues, too; all of whom could be ready at some point in 2023 to get a look themselves. If they did nothing with their starters, they'd still be in good shape to start and sustain the year.