|1st||Hal Newhouser||Bill Freehan||Hank Greenberg||Charlie Gehringer||George Kell||Alan Trammell||Bobby Veach||Ty Cobb||Al Kaline|
|2nd||Tommy Bridges||Lance Parrish||Miguel Cabrera||Lou Whitaker||Ray Boone||Donie Bush||Willie Horton||Chet Lemon||Harry Heilmann|
|3rd||Justin Verlander||Johnny Bassler||Norm Cash||Dick McAuliffe||Brandon Inge||Billy Rogell||Rocky Colavito||Austin Jackson||Sam Crawford|
|4th||Bill Donovan||Mickey Cochrane||Rudy York||Placido Polanco||Travis Fryman||Carlos Guillen||Bobby Higginson||Curtis Granderson||Kirk Gibson|
|5th||Jim Bunning||Mickey Tettleton||Darrell Evans||Damion Easley||George Moriarty||Topper Rigney||Charlie Maxwell||Ron LeFlore||Vic Wertz|
|6th||Dizzy Trout||Ivan Rodriguez||Lu Blue||Frank Bolling||Marty McManus||Harvey Kuenn||Steve Kemp||Jimmy Barrett||Magglio Ordonez|
How about those right fielders, eh? The top three are all solid Hall of Famers! After them it's a bit iffy, but Sam Crawford on your 3rd Team? Wow.
Catcher is a bit interesting, because none of the top three are Hall of Famers, but the guy on the 4th Team is, and the guy on the 6th Team probably will be. Drat that lack of longevity!
Third base and left field are probably the weakest positions here. The Tigers have had several fine players at third, but none were great for a long time. Aurelio Rodriguez and Don Wert, the two Tigers with the most games at third base, didn't even make the list. Bobby Veach was an underrated but not great player, but no one else is even close to being the ultimate Tigers left fielder.