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Tigers Prospect Profile #33: James Robbins

James Robbins has maintained his presence in the back half of the top 50 ever since being drafted and signing out of high school back in 2009. Robbins is able to keep his spot on the list via his tremendous power potential; but will he ever realize it, or round out any of the other tools?

James Robbins Position: First Baseman Height: 6-0 Weight: 230 Born: 9/20/1990 Bats: Left Throws: Left Acquired: 2009 MLB Draft, 30th Round Ranking History: #20 (2009), #60 (2010), #49 (2011) Background Robbins signed at the August deadline for $235,000 in 2009 and made a brief nine-game appearance in the Gulf Coast League. He hit an impressive .361 with a triple and two bombs in that brief...

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