ESPN Insider Keith Law’s Top 10 Twins Prospects 2015 Edition

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Jul 13, 2014; Minneapolis, MN, USA; World pitcher Jose Berrios throws a pitch in the first inning during the All Star Futures Game at Target Field. Mandatory Credit: Jerry Lai-USA TODAY Sports

6. Jose Berrios, RHP

Getting into the meat of Law’s outline for the Twins system introduces Berrios. While he doesn’t see him having as high of a ceiling as most, it appears that Berrios is still a highly regarded prospect in Law’s eyes. With delivery concerns and injury issues dealt with previously, that will be an area worth monitoring going forward for Berrios.

After rising through the farm system in 2014, Berrios will likely start at Double-A Chattanooga, with the Twins showing an intention of moving him along to Triple-A. Berrios will need to show an ability to do more than just throw it by hitters as he pitches against the upper tiers of the farm system. It is very possible Berrios is in Minnesota at some point in 2015.

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