Minnesota Twins Top Prospects: 35-21
- Prospect No. 35: Sean Mooney, RHP
- Prospect No. 34: Wander Javier, SS
- Prospect No. 33: Eduoard Julien, 1B/2B/3B/LF
- Prospect No. 32: Yunior Severino, 2B/3B
- Prospect No. 31: Christian Encarnacion-Strand, 3B/1B
Sean Mooney, Eduoard Julien, and Christian Encarnacion-Strand could be fast risers in the system, with Encarnacion-Strand in particular holding high potential (though Julien had an excellent breakout year in 2021). Yunior Severino had a good year and could develop into a solid utility player. Lastly, Wander Javier’s potential is still real, but 2022 may be his last chance to realize it.
- Prospect No. 30: Jordan Gore, RHP
- Prospect No. 29: Sawyer Gipson-Long, RHP
- Prospect No. 28: Jovani Moran, LHP
- Prospect No. 27: Alerick Soularie, 2B/OF
- Prospect No. 26: Kala’i Rosario, OF
Jordan Gore and Jovani Moran both should be making appearances in the major league bullpen within the year, so neither of them will last much longer on this prospect list. Sawyer Gipson-Long and Alerick Soularie may not have had perfect years, but they should raise quickly through the system along with Kala’i Rosario (and his impressive power).
- Prospect No. 25: Steve Hajjar, RHP
- Prospect No. 24: Drew Strotman, RHP
- Prospect No. 23: Spencer Steer, 3B/2B/SS
- Prospect No. 22: Cade Povich, LHP
- Prospect No. 21: Misael Urbina, OF
Steve Hajjar and Cade Povich are both college arms with possible untapped potential that 2022 will hopefully display, while Drew Strotman needs to prove he can still be a member of a big league rotation with a bounceback year.
Spencer Steer had another strong year as he gets closer to the big leagues. Misael Urbina has the most potential of this group, but similar to Strotman and multiple other prospects on this list, Urbina needs a big year to prove he has a chance to reach that lofty ceiling.