The Minnesota Twins major league season may not be coming any time in the immediate future, but that doesn’t mean the minor league season will be slowing down at all. With Triple-AAA baseball still expected to arrive on April 5th, it’s time to take a look at the long list of potential big leaguers within the MiLB ranks.
We ranked these top fifty prospects off of a combination of talent, production, and positional value, but with such an expansive group, we’ll break it down starting in chunks of ten, starting with 41-50 and ending with our top five later this week.
We ranked the Top 50 Minnesota Twins prospects, starting with 50-41.
For these first fifteen prospects, they mostly profile as solid relievers or long shots with real talent. Some of them are a little older as well, limiting their potential, but some of them have such solid production it’s hard to ignore.
It’s important to add too that we didn’t include include Yasser Mercedes, Freddy La Flor, Yilber Herrera, or Bryan Acuna, who have yet to appear in a pro game yet. Once they make an appearance, they’re likely to join these ranks. Without further ado, the fiftieth-ranked prospect in the Minnesota Twins system: Austin Schulfer.