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2015 Minnesota Twins Top Preseason Prospects

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2015 Minnesota Twins Top Preseason Prospects

The Twins have built one of the best farm systems that I’ve ever seen, with enough talent to make them a contender for years.  Minnesota has four prospects ranked in the Fueled by Sports top 20, and also have the number one prospect in Byron Buxton.  I think fans should be looking forward to 2016 and 2017 when these prospects start making their way up.  The next 10 years could be very fun in Minnesota.

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★★★★★★ – Superstar player that has the potential to make an instant impact in the Major Leagues. This player is a future MVP or Cy Young Candidate.
★★★★★ – Great player at his respected position. Has the potential to be a number one starter if he’s a pitcher. Has All-Star potential, but isn’t on the superstar level.
★★★★ – A good everyday player, but not on the great level. A good number two or three if he’s a pitcher.
★★★ – Major League potential, but most likely just a bench player or number 4 or 5 starter. A chance they will spend most of their career in the minors.

1. Byron Buxton, OF
★★★★★★
2. Miguel Sano, 3B
★★★★★
3. Kohl Stewart, RHP
★★★★★
4. Jose Berrios, RHP
★★★★★
5. Nick Gordon, SS
★★★★
6. Alex Meyer, RHP
★★★★
7. Jorge Polanco, 2B/SS
★★★★
8. Eddie Rosario, 2B
★★★★
9. Trevor May, RHP
★★★★
10. Lewis Thorpe, LHP
★★★
11. Chih-Wei Hu, RHP
★★★
12. Stephen Gonsalves, LHP
★★★
13. Felix Jorge, RHP
★★★
14. Max Kepler, OF
★★★
15. Nick Burdi, RHP
★★★
16. Travis Harrison, OF
★★★
17. Amaurys Minier, 1B
★★★
18. Fernando Romero, RHP
★★★
19. Adam Walker, OF
★★★
20. Stuart Turner, C
★★★

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