Baseball America Boasts Twins Prospects In Top 100

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March 21, 2013; Tampa, FL, USA; Minnesota Twins infielder

Miguel Sano

(97) in the dugout against the New York Yankees at George M. Steinbrenner Field. Mandatory Credit: Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports

13. Miguel Sano

Like Buxton, Sano saw his 2014 season be a waste, and to an even greater extent. Having to undergo Tommy John surgery prior to the season even getting started, Sano was on the shelf the entire year. Still finding himself in the top 15, the Twins are going to utilize and find a place for his bat at the major league level.

There is still some concern as to whether or not Sano can stick at third base. As he continues to grow, he may move over to first or be forced into a corner outfield spot. At any rate, he can be expected to put up around 30 home runs in his first full season at the major leagues. His power is elite, and the Twins should be seeing him debut in 2015 as well.