Minnesota Twins 60-Man Roster Prospect Analysis

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ROSTER (Editor’s Note: This post has been updated to include all moves through Aug. 30).

Jorge Alcala
Homer Bailey
Jose Berrios
Dakota Chalmers
Sam Clay
Tyler Clippard
Edwar Colina
Randy Dobnak
Tyler Duffey
Jhoan Duran
Ryan Garton
Cory Gearrin
Rich Hill
Casey Lawrence
Zack Littell
Kenta Maeda
Trevor May
Juan Minaya
Jake Odorizzi
Sean Poppen
Taylor Rogers
Sergio Romo
Devin Smeltzer
Cody Stashak
Caleb Thielbar
Lewis Thorpe
Matt Wisler
Willians Astudillo
Alex Avila
Mitch Garver
Juan Graterol
Caleb Hamilton
Ryan Jeffers
Tomas Telis
Ehire Adrianza
Luis Arraez
Travis Blankenhorn
Josh Donaldson
Marwin Gonzalez
Nick Gordon
Royce Lewis
Drew Maggi
Jack Reinheimer
Jorge Polanco
Miguel Sano
Wilfredo Tovar
Ildemaro Vargas
Zander Wiel
Lane Adams
Byron Buxton
Jake Cave
Gilberto Celestino
Max Kepler
Alex Kirilloff
Trevor Larnach
Brent Rooker
Eddie Rosario
LaMonte Wade Jr.
Nelson Cruz

The Twins have their top three prospects—SS Royce Lewis, OF Alex Kirilloff and OF Trevor Larnach—as well as Nos. 5 and 7 prospects RHP Jhoan Duran and C Ryan Jeffers. Jeffers is the only one of the group has gotten big league time. Other members of the team’s Top 30 who were included or have been added to the player pool include OF Gilberto Celestino (No. 13), and RHPs Jorge Alcala (No. 18), Cody Stashak (No. 29) and Edwar Colina (No. 30).

There hasn’t been a whole lot of movement on and off the Twins’ player pool outside of players going back and forth between the big leagues and the alternate training site. RHP Danny Coloumbe has been designated for assignment in recent days and is still in limbo.

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