Danny Santana, SS
2014: .319, 20 SB, 40 RBI.
The Twins found their leadoff hitter after he was summoned from the minors and ended up filling a gaping hole in center field.
Brian Dozier, 2B
2014: .242, 23 HR, 71 RBI.
Surprising power — 41 homers and 66 doubles in the past two seasons — for someone who never had reached 10 home runs in the minor leagues.
Joe Mauer, 1B
2014: .277, 4 HR, 55 RBI.
The three-time batting champion had his career-low batting average and struck out a career-high 96 times.
Torii Hunter, RF
2014: .286, 17 HR, 83 RBI with Detroit.
The veteran turns 40 this summer, returning to the Twins as a free agent after leaving seven years ago.
Kennys Vargas, DH
2014: .272, 9 HR, 38 RBI.
The Twins might have found some much-needed power after the switch-hitter was called up Aug. 1.
Trevor Plouffe, 3B
2014: .258, 14 HR, 80 RBI.
Led the Twins in RBI and doubles (40); his season ended four games early when he fractured his left forearm.
Oswaldo Arcia, LF
2014: .231, 20 HR, 57 RBI.
A subpar spring from the young slugger could result in veteran Eduardo Escobar getting at least platoon time in left field.
Kurt Suzuki, C
2014: .288, 3 HR, 61 RBI.
A free-agent acquisition who earned a spot on the All-Star team and solidified Twins catching.
Jordan Schafer, CF
2014: .238, 1 HR, 15 RBI.with Atlanta, Twins
He will get the first chance to start in center, although Shane Robinson could be a platoon option.