BA's Minnesota Twins Top 10 Prospects
1. Miguel Sano
2. Byron Buxton
3. Oswaldo Arcia
4. Kyle Gibson
5. Aaron Hicks
6. J.O. Berrios
7. Eddie Rosario
8. Max Kepler
9. Daniel Santana
10. Luke Bard
Best Hitter for Average Eddie Rosario
Best Power Hitter Miguel Sano
Best Strike Zone Discipline Aaron Hicks
Fastest Baserunner Byron Buxton
Best Athlete Byron Buxton
Best Fastball Zack Jones
Best Curveball Josh Burris
Best Slider Kyle Gibson
Best Changeup Deolis Guerra
Best Control B.J. Hermsen
Best Defensive Catcher Chris Herrman
Best Defensive Infielder Levi Michael
Best Infield Arm Miguel Sano
Best Defensive OF Aaron Hicks
Best Outfield Arm Aaron Hicks
Catcher Joe Mauer
First Base Chris Parmelee
Second Base Eddie Rosario
Third Base Miguel Sano (thisíll raise a few eyebrows)
Shortstop Daniel Santana
Left Field Denard Span
Center Field Byron Buxton
Right Field Aaron Hicks
Designated Hitter Oswaldo Arcia
No. 1 Starter Kyle Gibson
No. 2 Starter J.O. Berrios
No. 3 Starter Scott Diamond
No. 4 Starter Luke Bard
No. 5 Starter Liam Hendriks
Closer Glen Perkins
I'm guessing that it is assumed Kepler will be trade bait or get deported back to Germany at some point since he doesn't appear on the future roster part... ?
I'm surprised to see Arcia listed at DH in the projected lineup. I like that they kept Span and not Revere though, if only that would truly happen
[QUOTE=ScooterD;3646016]I'm guessing that it is assumed Kepler will be trade bait or get deported back to Germany at some point since he doesn't appear on the future roster part... ?[/QUOTE]
I don't see Kepler ready by 2016. Especially with how Twins seem to slowly push their OF'ers along
Surprised that Rosario is so low and that Daniel Santana is so high, but I'm okay with the rest of the list. It's been a few years since the Twins had this nice of a Top 10.
[QUOTE=The Chad;3646039]I don't see Kepler ready by 2016. Especially with how Twins seem to slowly push their OF'ers along[/QUOTE]
Very true... forgot how young he is.
I think Kepler will be ready by 2016, its just who are you gonna sit ahead of him? No one
Things work themselves out and BA tells you to not look closely at the projected rosters, they are just for fun
With Nate Roberts tearing apart the AFL. Does he suddenly make the list?
Kennys Vargas has more power than Sano.
[QUOTE=mnvikingstwins;3648629]Kennys Vargas has more power than Sano.[/QUOTE]
23 HR in 4 minor league seasons. Yep, I believe you.
[QUOTE=Jaypers;3648643]23 HR in 4 minor league seasons. Yep, I believe you.[/QUOTE]
Vargas- 11 HR, 41 G, 186 PA, 16.9 PA per HR vs Sano- 28 HR, 129 G, 553 PA, 19.75 PA per HR. I'll rephrase it, if it was who could hit it hardest and farthest, Kennys wins. Vargas had a 50 game weight loss drug suspension last year, so he didn't have as many games.
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