Tigers in MLB

Tigers in MLB


Tigers in MLB


By Trey McCurry.

Four former Tigers made the opening day major league rosters.  TheClemsonInsider.com takes a look at where the former Tigers are playing as the 2011 season begins.

Expect some movement over the next few weeks as clubs make some adjustments.


Jeff Baker              Chicago Cubs

Jason Berken         Baltimore Orioles

Tyler Colvin           Chicago Cubs

Tony Sipp              Cleveland Indians

Brad Chalk             AA Eastern League (Pirates)                             Altoona Curve

Andy D’Alessio        AA Eastern League (Giants)                             Richmond Flying Squirrels

Chris Dwyer           AA Texas League (Royals)                                Northwest Arkansas Naturals

Alan Farina            AA Eastern League (Blue Jays)                          New Hampshire Fisher Cats

Stephen Faris         AA Texas League (Padres)                                San Antonio Missions

Mike Freeman        A Midwest League (Diamondbacks)                    South Bend Silver Hawks

Taylor Harbin         AA Southern League (Diamondbacks)                 Mobile BayBears

Casey Harman        Extended Spring Training (Cubs)

Kris Harvey             AA Southern League (Marlins)                           Jacksonville Suns

Doug Hogan           A-Advanced Carolina League (Rangers)              Myrtle Beach Pelicans

Steven Jackson        AAA Pacific Coast League (Dodgers)                  Albuquerque Isotopes

David Kopp             AAA Pacific Coast League (Cardinals)                 Memphis Redbirds

B.J. LaMura             AA Eastern League (Blue Jays)                          New Hampshire Fisher Cats

Clinton McKinney      Rookie Pioneer League (Rockies)                       Casper Ghosts

D.J. Mitchell             AAA International League (Yankees)                  Scranton-Wilkes Barre Yankees

Daniel Moskos          AAA International League (Pirates)                    Indianapolis Indians

John Nester              A-SS New York-Penn League (Athletics)             Vermont Lake Monsters

Kyle Parker               A South Atlantic League (Rockies)                      Asheville Tourists

Ben Paulsen              AA Texas League (Rockies)                               Tulsa Drillers

Steve Richard            AA Southern League (Mariners)                         Jackson Generals

Robert Rohrbaugh      AA Southern League (Mariners)                         Jackson Generals

Lou Santangelo           A-Advanced Carolina League (Nationals)           Potomac Nationals

Marquez Smith           AAA Pacific Coast League (Cubs)                      Iowa Cubs

Graham Stoneburner   A-Advanced Florida State League (Yankees)     Tampa Yankees



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