MLB.com Sees Twins Prospects Favorably In Top 100
If you missed Keith Law’s top 100 prospects earlier this week, you didn’t see that the ESPN insider doesn’t think all that highly of Jose Berrios. Despite being one of the Twins biggest risers last season, Law sees Berrios working through procedural problems as his biggest hurdle. MLB.com came out with their top 100 prospects recently, and the Twins saw much more favorable results.
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To provide full disclosure, neither of these lists is more right than one another, considering they are virtually an opinion piece. That being said, and for what it’s worth, Law is probably held in a higher regard when it comes to evaluating prospects. At any rate, a strong showing on the MLB.com list is a good place to be as well.
Check out how MLB.com sees the Twins top prospects stacking up against the competition.