Here is the Twins’ 2019 depth chart, with age, hitting or pitching side, and projected statistics from Fangraphs.

CATCHER

Jason Castro, 31, LH

Projected: 8 HR, 33 RBI, .219

• Back as No. 1 after missing most of last season after knee surgery.

Mitch Garver, 28, RH

Projected: 5 HR, 22 RBI, .249

• Has pop at the plate, but low defensive rating as regular catcher in 2018.

Willians Astudillo, 27, RH

Projected: 6 HR, 27 RBI, .291

• Also plays infield spots, rarely strikes out or walks.

FIRST BASE

C.J. Cron, 29, RH

Projected: 25 HR, 78 RBI, .262

• Claimed off waivers after 30-home run season for Tampa Bay.

Tyler Austin, 27, RH

Projected: 4 HR, 13 RBI, .239

• Hit 17 home runs in 69 games combined for Twins and Yankees.

SECOND BASE

Jonathan Schoop, 27, RH

Projected: 22 HR, 72 RBI, .266

• All-Star for Orioles in 2017 but slumped badly last season.

Ehire Adrianza, 29, SH

Projected: 2 HR, 14 RBI, .254

• Valuable utility man, played 114 games last season.

SHORTSTOP

Jorge Polanco, 25, SH

Projected: 14 HR, 65 RBI, .272

• Missed half of last season because of a PED suspension.

THIRD BASE

Marwin Gonzalez, 30, SH

Projected: 15 HR, 60 RBI, .267

• Seven-position player starts at third to open season.

Miguel Sano, 25, RH

Projected: 26 HR, 75 RBI, .236

• Injury-prone former All-Star out until May because of infected cut.

LEFT FIELD

Eddie Rosario, 27, LH

Projected: 24 HR, 86 RBI, .277

• Team’s most valuable player last season with 24 HR, 77 RBI.

CENTER FIELD

Byron Buxton, 25, RH

Projected: 15 HR, 54 RBI, .244

• After promising 2017, hit .156 in 28 games with Twins in 2018.

Jake Cave, 26, LH

Projected: 5 HR, 22 RBI, .249

• Acquired from Yankees, he was the Twins’ top rookie last year.

RIGHT FIELD

Max Kepler, 26, LH

Projected: 20 HR, 74 RBI, .255

• Grand experiment is to move him to the leadoff spot.

DESIGNATED HITTER

Nelson Cruz, 38, RH

Projected: 35 HR, 101 RBI, .282

• Has more home runs than anyone over past five seasons.

STARTING ROTATION

Jose Berrios, 24, RH

Projected: 12-11, 4.28 era

• The Twins’ lone 2018 All-Star (202 strikeouts in 192 innings).

Kyle Gibson, 31, RH

Projected: 12-11, 4.24 ERA

• In fifth season in Twins rotation, he had his best year (3.62 ERA).

Michael Pineda, 30, RH

Projected: 9-8, 4.13 ERA

• Missed last season after Tommy John surgery, knee injury.

Jake Odorizzi, 29, RH

Projected: 9-10, 4.98 ERA

• Averaged only five innings per start after coming over from Rays.

Martin Perez, 27, LH

Projected: 7-7, 4.63 ERA

• Looking for turnaround after Rangers demoted him to bullpen.

RELIEVERS

Blake Parker, 33, RH

Projected: 65 innings, 4.29

• Gets first shot at closer after earning 14 saves in 2018 for Angels.

Tyler Rogers, 28, LH

Projected: 60 innings, 3.63

• After rocky start, finished season with 26-inning scoreless streak.

Trevor Hildenberger, 28 RH

Projected: 50 innings, 4.09

• Sidearmer’s ERA ballooned to 5.42 in his second big-league season.

Trevor May, 29, RH

Projected: 65 innings, 3.98

• Missed all of 2017 after Tommy John surgery, was strong upon his return last season.

Adalberto Mejia, 25, LH

Projected: 60 innings, 4.41

• Converted starter is not a high strikeout ratio pitcher.

Ryne Harper, 30, RH

Projected: NA

• Feel-good story of the spring has never pitched in the major leagues.

Addison Reed, 30, RH

Projected: 60 innings, 4.95

• Starts 2019 on the injured list because of a sore left thumb.