We are now well into the 2015 calendar year, and we are just 19 days away from the Minnesota Twins embarking on sunny Fort Myers to kick off Spring Training. As the organization sets its sights on the turnaround that 2015 will bring, the prospect discussion has taken place in full force.
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Thus far we have seen how Baseball Prospectus sees the Twins, how Keith Law grades Minnesota’s top prospects, and how MLB.com sees the Twins youngsters against the competition. Now it’s time to take a look at how we ourselves here at Puckett’s Pond view the farm system.
With one of the deepest and most talented farm systems in Major League Baseball, the Twins are in a great spot. There have quality and quantity both covered when it comes to supplementing the organization from within.
Here is how we see the top 15.