Between last season’s wheeling and dealing and last June’s draft, the Detroit Tigers appear to have restocked a once-thin farm system. One way to gauge that: Baseball America’s top 100 prospects list, which was unveiled Monday. The Tigers boast three players on that list, led by right-handed pitcher Franklin Perez, who came over in the late-night blockbuster trade of ace Justin Verlander to the Houston Astros. Perez checks in at No. 35 in Baseball America’s top 100, followed by two more right-handers in the Tigers’ system: Alex Faedo, taken No. 18 overall in last June’s draft, at No. 50, and Matt Manning at No. 78. Manning was the Tigers’ sole prospect in Baseball America’s top 100 in 2017, coming in at No. 61. In breaking down the Tigers’ top prospects (pay site), Baseball America’s J.J. Cooper writes the 20-year-old Perez isn’t that far from Detroit. “Perez doesn’t blow hitters away like a future No. 1 starter,” Cooper writes, “but he also doesn’t have much to refine to be a future mid-rotation starter. He had knee problems in 2017 that are worth keeping an eye on, but he has present above-average stuff and advanced control for his age. He’ll head to Double-A Erie in 2018 but could be only a year away from Detroit.”