Chicago White Sox: Big week for Tigers making MLB debuts

Vincent Parise
DETROIT, MI - JULY 14: Casey Mize #74 of the Detroit Tigers looks on and smiles during the Detroit Tigers Summer Workouts at Comerica Park on July 14, 2020 in Detroit, Michigan. (Photo by Mark Cunningham/MLB Photos via Getty Images)
DETROIT, MI - JULY 14: Casey Mize #74 of the Detroit Tigers looks on and smiles during the Detroit Tigers Summer Workouts at Comerica Park on July 14, 2020 in Detroit, Michigan. (Photo by Mark Cunningham/MLB Photos via Getty Images) /
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The Chicago White Sox will see some new Detroit Tigers this week.

The Detroit Tigers are off to a much better start this season than most people thought they would be at. They are 9-10 and in a position to compete for a Wild Card spot. The only issue is that they have now lost five in a row and what we thought would make them a bad team is starting to rear its ugly head. Now, they come to play the Chicago White Sox with some exciting news for their organization.

They are going to use some of their top prospects this week and they will be making their MLB debuts against the White Sox. As Sox fans ourselves, we know how exciting times like these can be when we watch our teams rebuild. Detroit is light years ahead of the White Sox right now but that doesn’t mean they won’t be good in short order.

They are expecting three top prospects to make their debuts this week. Monday thru Thursday will be against the White Sox so there is a good chance they are on Guaranteed Rate Field in live game action this week. Their number six prospect, Isaac Paredes, is an infielder that could be in the starting lineup at any time or be used in a different type of scenario.

Tarik Skubal is their number five prospect and he is going to make his first MLB start on Tuesday night. He will face the White Sox as the number 50 prospect in all of baseball. This is an exciting time for him and the team as bringing in new starting pitching is a great step forward.

Well, it gets even better for Detroit as starting pitcher Casey Mize is set to make his MLB debut in Wednesday’s game. He is the Tigers’ number two prospect and number eight in all of baseball. This kid has the potential to be very good for them and the White Sox might have to deal with him for a very long time.

Hot. Give Eloy Jimenez a chance in the outfield. light

The White Sox have an incredible lineup right now and one that can be intimidating. These starting pitchers are going to have to face this lineup that just keeps bringing up sensational hitters that can drive the ball hard. It should be very interesting to see some of the future of both of these ballclubs here this week.

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