Minnesota Twins: Ranking the Top 10 MiLB Free Agents we should re-sign

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Trey Cabbage of the Minnesota Twins bats during minor league spring training in 2016. (Photo by Brace Hemmelgarn/Minnesota Twins/Getty Images)
Trey Cabbage of the Minnesota Twins bats during minor league spring training in 2016. (Photo by Brace Hemmelgarn/Minnesota Twins/Getty Images) /
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The Minnesota Twins enter the 2021 offseason with a few major free agents hitting the market in Andrelton Simmons, Michael Pineda, and Alex Colomé with John Gant joining them. There’s uncertainty over whether or not they’ll be back, but what often isn’t talked about is the minor league free agents.

Several solid Minnesota Twins minor leaguers opted for free agency.

Guys like Rob Refsnyder, Juan Minaya, and Luke Farrell all played big roles on the 2021 team as minor league free agents, and Minaya re-signed with the Twins before. Today we got a list of the Twins’ new minor league free agents:

The list also included RHP Zaquiel Puentes, RHP Orlando Rodriguez, RHP Bobby Milacki, RHP Breckin Williams, RHP Carlos Suniaga, RHP Jonathan Cheshire,  RHP Matt Mullenbach, RHP Eiker Huizi, RHP Jose Brito, LHP Chris Nunn, LHP Sean Gilmartin, LHP Tyler Watson, LHP Samuel Perez, 1B Tomas Telis, 2B Sherman Johnson, 2B Tzu-Wei Lin, 2B D.J. Burt, 3B Drew Maggi, 3B Damek Tomscha, OF BJ Boyd, OF Rob Refsnyder, OF Trey Cabbage, OF Leobaldo Cabrera, OF Aaron Whitefield, and OF Justin Washington.

Forty Minnesota Twins minor leaguers elected free agency ahead of 2022. We rank the best.

That’s a lot of names, and several of them you probably haven’t heard of, but there are a few that the Twins should do their best to bring back into the fold for 2022. To help slim down the list, we ranked the 10 best players in the group that the Twins should bring back for next season.

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