Who Could Get a September Call Up

Tigers Roster Call ups

September 1st is here and that means rosters expand to 40. This is a perfect time to see who will be called up.

The Old Faces

Jim Adduci, Chad Bell, Blaine Hardy, Arcenio Leon, Kyle Ryan and Bruce Rondon. These players have all been up with the big club this season and should get a final go on the season.

The Young Bucks

Now the players that have more upside for next season and will be big for the rebuild or retool whatever you want to call it.

Myles Jaye

Has had a good season in the Minors, his season was split between Double and Triple A. Over 131.2 innings he owns a 3.96 ERA and 115 K’s. Starter or Reliever, the team should want to get a look at his arm that could be big soon.

Jairo Labourt

A big arm and was part of the David Price trade to the Blue Jays. Between three levels, Labourt owns a 2.17 ERA coming out of the back end of the pen over 66.1 innings. He also has four saves and 79k’s. His fastball sits in the upper 90’s and has a slider that is turning into his out pitch.

Christan Stewart

A potential middle of the order bat for the team. Stewart is an outfielder who isn’t on the 40-man roster yet, but with the trade of Justin Upton, he looks like a strong bet to get added.

Dawel Lugo

The center piece of the JD Martinez trade. Lugo has been playing second base for double A since. This will give the fans the perfect shot to see a young player for the future.

Jeimer Candelario

Candelario was biggest player the Tigers got at the deadline. He came up for a few games when Jose Iglesias landed on the bereavement list. He has been playing 3rd base in Triple A all season.

 

 

Feature Photo Credit: Mark LoMoglio/MiLB.com

 

Josh Abeare

About Josh Abeare

Josh Abeare is a graduate of Allen Park high school, and sports editor for the Mirror News at Henry Ford College. He is the founder and owner of Bear Sports Network which keeps up with high school sports in the downriver area. Avid sports fan, baseball is my life. Also a coach of high school baseball and 18u baseball.

Josh Abeare

Josh Abeare

Josh Abeare is a graduate of Allen Park high school, and sports editor for the Mirror News at Henry Ford College. He is the founder and owner of Bear Sports Network which keeps up with high school sports in the downriver area. Avid sports fan, baseball is my life. Also a coach of high school baseball and 18u baseball.