Yesterday, FanGraphs put out a pretty ugly-looking top 10 list featuring the worst transactions of the offseason. While author David Cameron looked pretty lost regarding the inclusion of Ervin Santana on the list, the site righted the ship today with the announcement of the top 200 prospects list.
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As prospects lists have done pretty much all offseason, FanGraphs latest list highlights plenty of Twins up and coming talent. With the usual suspects making the list, the positioning is a little different considering FanGraphs affinity for all things sabermetrics.
Take a look at where the Twins fall and what FanGraphs thinks of each prospect.