March 21, 2013; Tampa, FL, USA; Minnesota Twins infielder Miguel Sano (97) in the dugout against the New York Yankees at George M. Steinbrenner Field. Mandatory Credit: Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports
4. Influx of young talent: The Twins have arguably the deepest farm system in all of Major League Baseball. As the trend of losing comes to a halt, it will be on the backs of the young and home-grown talent that the success will continue. Although Byron Buxton and Miguel Sano will not start the season with the Twins, both should make their debuts in 2015. Alex Meyer, the chip acquired in exchange for Denard Span, has a very good chance to start in the rotation as well. Outside of those three, Eddie Rosario could find himself some playing time in the outfield, and Jorge Polanco could end up resurfacing at Target Field as well.