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Tigers Prospect Profile #36: Jordan John

After being drafted last summer, Jordan John didn't make much noise in his first pro season, instead quietly making a few relief appearances in the Gulf Coast League. However, John did much more in the Fall Instructional League that warranted his slotting on the list.

Jordan John Position: Left-handed Pitcher Height: 6-3 Weight: 200 Born: 7/5/1990 Bats: Right Throws: Left Acquired: 2012 MLB Draft, 6th Round Ranking History: N/A Background The Tigers selected John in the sixth round last year, signing him quickly with a $135,000 signing bonus. Johns debuted with three relief appearances in the Gulf Coast League, allowing one hit in 3 2/3 innings with no walks... Recommended Stories

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