Chart: Twins' possible lineup in 2016

  • Updated: March 28, 2013 - 11:29 PM

2016 projected lineup

Batting order

1. Byron Buxton LF Has all the tools to be a star

2. Aaron Hicks CF Could become regular in 2013

3. Joe Mauer 1B Three batting titles and counting

4. Miguel Sano RF Twins love his power potential

5. Oswaldo Arcia DH Could be in majors by end of 2013

6. Kris Bryant 3B A guess that he’ll be No. 4 overall pick in 2013

7. Eddie Rosario 2B Gifted hitter, moving from OF to 2B

8. Josmil Pinto C Strong defensive catcher

9. Danny Santana SS A potential Gold Glover at short

Rotation

Alex Meyer Righthanded power pitcher; traded for Denard Span

Jose Berrios Has all the pitches, and good command for teenager

Kyle Gibson On mend from Tommy John surgery

Luke Bard No. 42 overall pick in 2012 draft

Trevor May Power pitcher obtained from Phillies for Ben Revere

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Atlanta - LP: A. Wood 0 FINAL
Philadelphia - WP: A. Bastardo 1
Cleveland - LP: D. Salazar 5 FINAL
Detroit - WP: J. Verlander 7
Toronto - LP: R. Dickey 0 FINAL
Minnesota - WP: K. Gibson 7
Seattle - LP: J. Beimel 6 FINAL
Texas - WP: P. Figueroa 8
Los Angeles 2 Top 9th Inning
San Francisco 0
Colorado - F. Morales 5:40 PM
San Diego - I. Kennedy
St. Louis - A. Wainwright 6:05 PM
Washington - T. Jordan
Milwaukee - Y. Gallardo 6:05 PM
Pittsburgh - E. Volquez
NY Yankees - C. Sabathia 6:10 PM
Tampa Bay - D. Price
Toronto - D. McGowan 6:10 PM
Minnesota - M. Pelfrey
Boston - J. Lester 7:10 PM
Chicago WSox - C. Sale
Kansas City - J. Shields 7:10 PM
Houston - S. Feldman
Philadelphia 6:00 PM
NY Rangers
Chicago 7:00 PM
St. Louis
Minnesota 8:30 PM
Colorado
Los Angeles 9:30 PM
San Jose
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