Minnesota Twins: 4 Takeaways after the Twins’ First 25 Games
Takeaway No. 4: Minnesota Twins prospect reinforcement pipeline has this team ready for anything
The Twins have already faced a great deal of injuries, with Gray, Ober, Jorge Alcala, and Alex Kirilloff all key Twins who have missed time with injuries. Situational pieces Kyle Garlick and Jhon Romero are on the injured list as well. How have the Twins kept things rolling?
The team’s general depth has played a huge role, but the stream of consistent top prospects that are flowing in has been a big driver. Josh Winder and Jhoan Duran have been excellent as the first big names to arrive, but Gilberto Celestino, Jose Miranda, Cole Sands, are all Top 20 prospects that have been called up to help. More is still on the way.
Jovani Moran looked great in his 2022 debut, and the Twins have even more prospect help soon on the way, led by Royce Lewis, who has looked like a future superstar at Triple-AAA this year. They’ve got some talent.
Through the first twenty-five games of the season, the Minnesota Twins have set themselves up well to contend this year, and it’s time we start realizing what they can do in a weak American League Central.