The 2020 Tigers are a paradox. The most glaring weakness of the major league roster also happens to be the farm system’s deepest asset — starting pitching. But is it worth it to call up potent pitching prospects like Casey Mize, Matt Manning, and Tarik Skubal as reinforcements in a meaningless season or should they keep their powder dry? Would rushing them to the front too soon jeopardize their development or be the obvious solution to the club’s biggest problem?
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