Twins minor league report: Top prospect Meyer practices getting out of a jam

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  • Updated: April 26, 2013 - 11:44 PM

There’s nothing wrong with pitching prospects learning how to work out of jams.

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pazalunaApr. 26, 13 9:53 PM

can we stop with the "prospect" talk. when the twins were winning the worst division in pro-sports you never heard "prospect" talk. this seems to be a borrowed idea from the MN Wild...it doesn't seem to be working too well for them, eh?

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skulljockeykApr. 27, 1312:43 PM

Come on Pazaluna they didn't talk about prospects then because the all the top prospects were playing in the show. From the World Series in 90's til about 4 years ago the Twins were rich in prospects so much most were promoted to the bigs. Then they were traded away for a dime on a dollar. Sooner or later this will deplete any minor league system. The Twins ended up with one of the worst, as far as players, minor league systems in baseball. I find it refreshing that the Twins organization has rebuilt their minor league teams with some decent prospects above the triple A level. I had a bad feeling back then the Twin's would bite for a lot of years which they do. But at least now there is some "light at the end of the tunnel" We are going to win Twins were going to score. We are going to win Twins watch that baseball soar..... Die Hard

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Dantes929Apr. 29, 1310:32 AM

"when the twins were winning the worst division in pro-sports" I get tired of this. The AL Central was the worst division in baseball once the Twins sank down to the KC Royals level. Thats the last two years. In the decade prior to that the AL Central was either in a 5 way tie for worst behind the AL East or a 5 way tie for 2nd best depending on how you look at it. The Twins would have done really well in the National League and probably had more success in the playoffs. I could show stats that support this but have done it often in the past. Twins have never had a prospect list like we have now. Ever. You would hear a lot about Garza or Liriano but not this many great prospects doing this well. Might turn to dust but might turn into something special.

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