During the offseason, many major websites and publications surrounding Major League Baseball go through and revisit their top 10 lists for prospects in each organization. It is already well noted that the Twins have one of the deepest minor league farm systems, but who exactly does Baseball Prospectus see where for the Twins?
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Although Baseball Prospectus requires you to pay for premium content, we were able to get out hands on just how they view the top 10 Twins Prospects.
Let’s take a look in descending order:
A 4th round pick by the Twins in 2013, Gonsalves is just 20 years old and already has two professional seasons under his belt. He’s compiled a 2.39 ERA as well as an impressive 10.4 K/9 ratio. Having pitched eight games for the Cedar Rapids Kernels last season, he will likely start in Iowa once again for the Twins.