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  1. Saturday in the Minor League Parks

    The Twins lost 9-3 to the As on Saturday night. It was a bad games for the Twins right from the start. Cole De Vries gave up four runs in the first innings, the big blast was a three-run homer off the bat of Chris Carter. The As hit three more homers in the game. The Twins rang the bases really poorly. The offense did very little against the As Tommy Milone. Brian Dozier and Josh Willingham each had solo home runs, but it was far from enough.

    With that, here is a look at the Twins ...
  2. 2012 Gulf Coast League Twins Season Preview

    Today is the day, and a lot of Twins prospects are pretty excited about their first Opening Day today. The GCL Twins will begin play on Monday at noon (eastern time). Ramon Borrego will manage the team for the third straight year. Former Twins minor leaguer Henry Bonilla will take over pitching coach duties. Milt Cuyler is back for his tenth season with the GCL Twins as hitting (and outfield, base running and more) coach.

    Here is a look at the 2012 GCL Twins roster as the season starts. ...
  3. Minnesota Twins Top 50 Prospects (Part 1: 41-50)

    Its that time of year. The Major League Baseball first-year players draft starting in two weeks. That means that we need to get our pre-draft Top 50 Twins Prospects list out. Ive always done this before the draft to take a look at where the organization is. Over the next week, well look at my choices for the Top 50 Twins Prospects. People talk a lot about the Twins farm system being weak. Well, I do need to acknowledge that in the past I generally had no idea coming up with the top 30. This ...
  4. Organizational Depth Chart: The Starting Pitchers

    Minnesota Twins Prospect Handbook 2012 Now Available as an e-book for $6.99 by clicking here. You can, of course, still get the print version for $13.99 by clicking here.
    Over the past couple of weeks, weve pointed out the organizational depth charts for the Twins hitters. Weve looked at catchers, 3B, 1B, Middle Infielders and Outfielders. Today, Ill take a look at the starting pitchers. Now, especially as I move to the lower levels, I wont pretend to know which players will move to ...
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