Bleacher Report published their MLB future rankings of where all 30 teams will stand 3 years from now.
The New York Mets acquired Yoenis Cespedes last week, hoping he would be a big hit in the middle of their lineup.
There have been rumblings that Cespedes and the Tigers could be reunited after the season even though the 29-year-old Cuban was traded.
With little time remaining in the 2015 MLB trade deadline, Tigers’ GM Dave Dombrowski pulled off one final move.
FOX Sports reports that Cespedes is determined to stay with the Tigers beyond this season, whether he’s traded or not.
Yoenis Cespedes is currently in third place in voting for the final spot on the American League All-Star roster.
Joining Moustakas on the ballot for the AL’s final spot are Boston shortstop Xander Bogaerts, Detroit outfielder Yoenis Cespedes, Minnesota second baseman Brian Dozier and Yankees outfielder Brett Gardner.
For a Detroit team that’s already dealt with its share of injuries, the steady production of Yoenis Cespedes has been a big help.
Last week, Boston Red Sox’ Pablo Sandoval was benched for using Instagram during one of their games.
“I’m only focused on playing baseball, doing the best I can to help the team,” Cespedes said, “but I would like to stay here in Detroit.”