Nick Castellanos is moving from left field to third base in 2014. (Robin Buckson / Detroit News)
Third baseman Nick Castellanos is the only Tiger on ESPNís annual list of the top 100 MLB prospects, checking in at No. 32.
Byron Buxton, a center fielder in the Twins organization, is the No. 1 player on the list, which was compiled by Keith Law.
The rankings were limited to players who have fewer than 130 MLB at-bats or fewer than 50 innings pitched.
Castellanos was a September call-up for the Tigers in 2013. He had five hits in 18 at-bats (.278) over 11 games. The Tigers plan to make Castellanos their regular third baseman in 2014.
Here is the full ESPN report on the top 100 prospects (pay site).