Tony Sipp and Jeff Baker are in the midst of solid Major League seasons, and Tyler Colvin is providing some punch to the Colorado Rockies' attack since being called up from Colorado Springs.
Who might be the next former Tigers to join them on Major League rosters this season?
Seven former Clemson baseball players are just a step away from the Major Leagues, led by Brad Miller, who is on a fast track with the Seattle Mariners after being promoted to AAA Tacoma earlier this season.
Since joining the Tacoma Raniers late last month, Miller - who led all minor league players in hits during his first full season as a professional - is batting .348 with five homers and three doubles in 23 games. He has a .422 on-base percentage and a .565 slugging mark.
Playing for the Chicago White Sox' AAA Charlotte Knights, Jason Berken has a 5-7 record and a 4.06 ERA in 14 starts. He's pitched one complete game and has 66 strikeouts and 20 walks in 82 innings pitched.
Looking to get back to the Major Leagues with a new team is D.J. Mitchell, who is 4-3 with a 7.42 ERA in 11 starts for the Las Vegas 51s in the New York Mets' organization. He made his MLB debut with the New York Yankees last season.
Hoping for a call-up from the Colorado Rockies is Ben Paulsen, who has advanced steadily through the club's farm system since leaving Clemson. Playing for Colorado Springs, Paulsen is batting .279 in 62 games. He has 10 homers, 16 doubles and nine triples, and a .546 slugging percentage.
Chris Dwyer has climbed to the AAA level with the Kansas City Royals' Omaha Stormchasers. In 15 starts, he has a 5-5 record and a 3.52 ERA, with 62 strikeouts and 35 walks.
Starting at second base for the Reno Aces in the Arizona Diamondbacks organization, Taylor Harbin is batting .234 with four homers, 11 doubles and 43 RBIs in 66 games.
Another Tiger, former first-round pick Daniel Moskos, was recently released by the AAA Charlotte Knights.
At the Major League level, Sipp is 3-1 with a 3.74 ERA in 31 relief appearances with the Arizona Diamondbacks. In 21.2 innings, he's struck out 20 and walked 10.
Baker is currently on the 15-day disabled list with a sprained thumb, but has enjoyed a productive season as a utility player for the Texas Rangers. In 37 games, he's batting .317 with nine homers and four doubles. He has a .695 slugging percentage and a .391 on-base percentage.
Colvin has played in 14 games since being called up by the Rockies. He's batting just .179, but three of his seven hits have been home runs and he's batted in nine runs.