It’s not often a team makes the playoffs and picks at the top of the draft in the same year, but the Twins have done a good job of syncing up their rebuild. With a core of some nice homegrown talent, the Twinkies have plenty more on the way. An exciting mix of five tool athletes, power hitters, power pitchers, and hit tool middle infielders, make this system one of the top to follow for fantasy purposes. With players like Royce Lewis, Wander Javier, Brent Rooker, Akil Baddoo, and Brusdar Graterol there’s some potential stars in the mix. Maybe it’s just my perception, but this feels like one of the more underappreciated systems. There’s a few diamonds in the rough to uncover, so let’s get this shindig started! It’s the 2018 Minnesota Twins Top Prospects for Fantasy Baseball.Please, blog, may I have some more?
Happy weird nether land between Thanksgiving and Christmas just known as holidays. But not in the “Happy holidays” way that pisses off my Aunt on Facebook. No room for Red Cup anger in this piece, there’s important news to discuss. Not sure if you’ve been living under a rock the past few weeks, but something is amiss in the A-T-L. At the moment 13 prospects from the past few international classes have been declared free agents, including big names like Kevin Maitan, Yunior Severino, Abraham Gutierrez, and Livan Soto. To sort through all this madness I’ve brought on one of the few people on the planet that’s had eyes on a majority of these prospects. That man is Jason Woodell of Prospectstorm.com, Prospect 1500, and @jasonatthegame on the Twitter machine. Jason and I discuss the penalties, repercussions, and the potential outcomes. Jason then goes player by player, giving you scouting reports on each of the fantasy worthy names among players released. Truth be told, the audio is a little rough, Jason was traveling for Thanksgiving, and made the call from the car. Enjoy the smooth sounds of the road.Please, blog, may I have some more?