Luis Arraez Hitting His Way Into Twins' Plans
A career .329/.381/.416 hitter in the minor leagues, the 21-year-old Arraez was added to the Twins' 40-man roster this offseason.
Fernando Romero Is Open To Any Role
A starting pitcher throughout his career, the 24-year-old Romero could be used in either a starting or relief role for the Twins in 2019.
Jose Miranda Learning Less Is More
Following a late-season appearance in the Florida State League, the 20-year-old Miranda is beginning to understand the value of plate discipline.
Brent Rooker's Power Will Play
While his future position is uncertain, Rooker's bat is not. He has the most power in the system and could be big league ready in 2019.
Gabriel Maciel Goes All Out, All The Time
The in-season trade pickup may be young, but he projects as a dual threat who can hit and defend in center field.
Jordan Balazovic Embellishes His Profile
The Toronto-area native keeps growing his frame and repertoire in pro ball, and the Twins have taken notice.
Blayne Enlow Looks Like Money Well Spent
The Twins went way over slot in 2017 to sign third-rounder Enlow, a curveball-wielding Louisiana prep righthander. They have no regrets.
Brusdar Graterol Helps Twins Join Velocity Generation
Brusdar Graterol throws an elite two-pitch mix that should have him ready to dominate Double-A next season.
Twins Get Their Man Yunior Severino
The Twins made a run at signing the international amateur in 2017 but lost out to the Braves. One year later, Severino stars for the Twins.
Alex Kirilloff Has The Perfect Combination
Kirilloff had outplayed Cedar Rapids teammate Royce Lewis to rank as the system's Best Player in our midseason update.