Sees Twins Prospects Favorably In Top 100

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Jul 13, 2014; Minneapolis, MN, USA; World pitcher Jose Berrios waves his cap as he leaves the mound in the first inning during the All Star Futures Game at Target Field. Mandatory Credit: Jerry Lai-USA TODAY Sports

#32 Jose Berrios

Easily the biggest jump for any Twins prospect between the and Keith Law ratings, Jose Berrios is up 68 spots. After starting the season with Single-A Fort Myers, Berrios pitched in the All Star Futures game at Target Field, and finished the season with a game for Triple-A Rochester. This season, he should be slated to start in Double-A Chattanooga, with a call up to Triple-A somewhere around midseason.

He is going to need to continue to develop, and be less predictable around the strike zone. While he is able to blow by many hitters in the minors, he will need to learn to pitch towards the major league game to a more serious extent. Expecting him to debut in the Twins rotation for at least a September call up should be almost certain in 2015.