Minnesota Twins: 2022 Midseason Top 50 Prospects, No. 20-1
The 2022 Draft is in the rearview mirror, and with the the Trade Deadline quickly approaching, the Minnesota Twins are going to need to make a move. This will be mean dipping into the farm system, so with new prospects, there’s no time like the present to rerank that prospect group.
To start off 2022, I ranked the Twins Top 50 prospects, and with a good chunk of the 2022 Minor League season in the past, we have a lot more information about the players. Some struggled. Some proved themselves.
We re-rank the Minnesota Twins Top 50 Prospects after the MLB Draft, continuing with 20-1.
Yesterday, we started the list off with the first thirty prospects on our list, guys with some potential, but a lot of players that you probably wouldn’t expect to become All-Stars. Today, we get to focus on some players who have that All-Star potential.
From the Preseason List to this one, the Twins have seen fifteen players move off the list and seen thirteen new faces move on the list so far. This section has new two draft picks, but the rest of the list changed quite a bit. Let’s get going.