Trevor Larnach: Twins 2019 Minor League Player Of The Year
Larnach's patient, opposite field approach has led to a successful first full season in the minors.
Spencer Steer Trying To Break From The Pack
One of four college infielders the Twins selected in the first seven rounds of this year's draft, Steer has already advanced to full-season ball.
Twins Stay Local With Matt Wallner
The Twins liked the Minneapolis native so much that they drafted him twice, once as a pitcher and once as a hitter.
Devin Smeltzer Transitions Smoothly To Starting Role
Acquired by the Twins last July, Smeltzer has excelled in his return to being a starting pitcher.
LaMonte Wade Justifying Twins' Belief
A ninth-round pick out of Maryland in 2015, Wade is off to a great start at Triple-A Rochester this season.
Ryan Eades Feels Ready For The Majors
A second-round pick out of Louisiana State in 2013, Eades' long trek toward the majors could reach its peak this summer.
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.