The Minnesota Twins have a handful of prospects participating in the Arizona Fall League this offseason. With one of the best minor league systems in all of baseball, there are some huge names contributing down in Arizona. With the Fall Stars Game set for November 1, the rosters have been released.
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Reed has pitched extremely well for the Salt River Rafters this season, while Buxton is baseball’s top prospect. Despite buxton struggling out of the gate, he has started to hit better of late and is still working to knock off the rust for a lost 2014 season.
Unfortunately for the Twins, Eddie Rosario was left off of the Fall Stars rosters despite hitting over .400 for the Salt River Rafters. A highly ranking Twins prospect, Rosario has gone under the radar across baseball since his suspension served at the beginning of 2014.
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