Prospects To Players: Where Do These Guys Go For Twins?
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Of the Twins top prospects, it was Berrios who saw the most incremental rise over the course of the 2014 season. Having pitched in three different levels of the minors, Berrios wound up being names the Twins Minor League Pitcher of the year. He has said he wants to crack the rotation to start the season, but that would appear to be a long shot.
So far, Berrios has pitched in only one Triple-A game, and he is a strong candidate to begin the year there again this year. He could start with Chattanooga, but Rochester would appear to be the best fit. If Berrios can show that he is more than a pitcher that just throws it by lesser minor league talent, he could be an option for the Twins late in the 2015 season.