The Detroit Tigers today completed rounds 11 through 20 of the 2023 MLB Draft, bringing the total number of players selected to 21 across the three days that picks were made.
Players selected by Detroit include 10 pitchers (seven RHP and three LHP) and 11 position players (four SS, two 2B, two OF, one 3B and two C). 12 of the 21 picks played collegiately, while nine came from the high school ranks.
On day one of the draft, the Tigers selected OF Max Clark from Franklin Community High School (IN) with the third overall pick, SS Kevin McGonigle from Monsignor Bonner High School (PA) at No. 37 overall, and 2B Max Anderson from the University of Nebraska with the 45th overall pick.