Massive power potential, but Sano must prove that he can stick at third base, skillwise and sizewise. Some are predicting a move to the outfield or first base. 2012 team: Beloit (Class A).
The speed is fantastic. He has been timed under 4.0 seconds from home to first -- and he's a righthanded hitter. The Twins believe he will develop some power as he matures. 2012 team: Elizabethton (rookie).
The power pitcher throws a 95 miles-per-hour sinker and can touch 100 with his four-seam heater. Could start at New Britain, move to Rochester and be in position for his MLB debut in September. 2012 team: Potomac (Class A, Washington Nationals).
He's coming off his best year as a pro, one in which his bat drew comparisons to Jason Kubel's. Could be in a Twins uniform before the season ends. 2012 team: New Britain (Class AA).
Has impressive strikeout totals but needs to refine his command. Another pitcher who -- if things break right -- could make his debut this year. 2012 team: Reading (Class AA, Philadelphia Phillies).
Would be ranked higher if not coming back from Tommy John surgery, because he does have the stuff to hold down a No. 2 spot in the rotation. Will be on an innings limit (120-130). 2012 team: Rochester (Class AAA).
Once was the top prospect in the organization, which shows how deep the list has become. Began to put his game together last season. Good speed, great arm, will draw walks. 2012 team: New Britain (Class AA).
The transition from the outfield continues, but he's committed to making it work. One look at his swing is convincing, and having that potential bat at second would be a bonus. 2012 team: Beloit (Class A).
With a fastball in the mid-90s, good secondary pitches and a decent feel for pitching, Berrios projects as a No. 2 or No. 3 starter. He will be 19 in Class A ball this season. 2012 team: Elizabethton (rookie).
Born in Germany, Kepler is beginning to fill out physically and drive the ball more. Kepler, Buxton and Berrios could all be at Class A Cedar Rapids this season. 2012 team: Elizabethton (rookie).
LA VELLE E. NEAL III
|Tampa Bay - LP: J. Odorizzi||2||FINAL|
|Boston - WP: J. Lester||6|
|Houston||7||Top 7th Inning|
|Washington||23||2nd Qtr 11:41|
|Toronto||32||2nd Qtr 11:12|
|Pittsburgh||2||2nd Prd 15:49|
|Nashville||0||1st Prd 5:49|
|Phoenix||0||1st Prd 2:24|
|Los Angeles||8:00 PM|
|NY Islanders||9:00 PM|
|MD-Eastern Shore||59||2nd Half 6:43|
|William & Mary||33||2nd Half 18:25|
|Kent State||31||2nd Half 20:00|
|Ball State||26||2nd Half 20:00|
|Denver||15||2nd Half 17:14|
|North Dakota St||48|
|Central Mich||10||1st Half 10:36|
|Bowling Green||2||1st Half 17:05|
|St Marys-CA||8:00 PM|
|SC State||8:00 PM|
|Western Carolina||8:00 PM|
|South Dakota St||8:30 PM|
|San Francisco||10:00 PM|
|South Dakota St||58|
|(3) Louisville||27||2nd Half 15:57|
|Kent State||15||2nd Half 18:48|
|Ohio U||23||2nd Half 15:57|
|American Univ||24||2nd Half|
|Holy Cross||44||2nd Half 12:12|
|San Jose St||18||1st Half 10:10|
|(5) West Virginia||8:00 PM|
|Air Force||9:00 PM|
|San Diego State|