The Detroit Tigers are going to look dramatically different in 2018, and that may not be a good thing. After trading away most of the top-tier talent, including JD Martinez, Justin Upton, Ian Kinsler, Alex Avlia and Justin Verlander, Detroit is predicted to be one of the worst teams in baseball. Even though they have already dealt away several starting position players, they may still have a few more deals waiting in the wings.

McCann, Fulmer next to go?

Are the Tigers done wheeling and dealing with the mass salary dump of 2017? Maybe not. According to a Fansided report, Detroit may be looking to strike a deal, with the Washington Nationals, involving catcher James McCann.

While McCann has not been a hot name mentioned on the trade block, this is a deal that could make sense for both teams given the direction they seem to be heading in. Washington is in win-now mode, and they are in need of a catcher, especially considering how poorly the newly acquired Matt Wieters performed in 2017.

Detroit recently inked McCann to a one-year deal worth $2 million. The fact that they couldn’t come to a long-term agreement, or maybe didn’t want to, could indicate that they may start shopping McCann. As the Tigers look to continue to become younger, a McCann to Washington deal, for prospects, could be possible.

Now to Michael Fulmer. Fulmer is young, has a cannon for an arm, and, from all indications, wants to remain in Detroit.

Yet the rumors of Fulmer being dealt away constantly come up - with the New York Yankees being the frontrunners.

New York wants to add a starting pitcher this offseason and with Yu Darvish leaning towards signing with the Cubs or Dodgers, a trade for Fulmer is not out of the question. Detroit has reportedly been in talks with New York for months about a possible deal involving Fulmer, but no deal could be worked out due to the Tigers reportedly wanting too much in return.

Castellanos wants to stay

With everyone seemingly leaving on the next train out of Detroit, Nick Castellanos hopes he is here for a long time to come. In fact, he wants to play his entire career with the Tigers.

According to a Freep report, Castellanos made it clear during the Tigers' annual TigerFest over the weekend that he wants to take over in right field and remain there for years to come.

When asked if he is ready to become a franchise player or the future face of the Tigers, he said emphatically, "yes!"

“I would love to,” he said. “When I sit in my backyard and I’m looking up and just daydreaming about my dream career, it’s, I’m the kid that helped bring the World Series back to Detroit. That’s plan A: I never leave and I play 23 years in the big leagues here and I’m an unbelievable right fielder and now I’m in conversations with Al Kaline. That’s the dream. That’s the goal. That’s what I love.”

So will all of that enthusiasm lead to a long-term deal for Castellanos? He can become an unrestricted free agent in 2020, however, if the Tigers are happy with what they see, there is no reason they shouldn't sew him up in a long-term deal.