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Must See: Oswaldo Arcia Destroys Lumber

Minnesota Twins Talk Today, 11:21 AM
It would have been just the Twins' luck if one of the splinters flew into his eye, but we dodged that bullet!  That was an impressiv...
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Must See: Oswaldo Arcia Destroys Lumber

Minnesota Twins Talk Today, 11:21 AM
I like his edge....but I love Gardy's comments after the game even more. Very encouraging for the kid. I missed it, what did Gardy sa...
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Article: Monday Morning Madness: July 28, 2014

Minnesota Twins Talk Today, 06:57 AM
Fully agree on Arcia with all the above. The talent level is very high. And I've seen enough good plays, and a very good arm most of the...
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Are The Twins The Unluckiest Team In Baseball?

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I busted a mirror and got seven years bad luck, but my lawyer thinks he can get me five. - Steven Wright Clearly the Twins need better la...
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Must See: Oswaldo Arcia Destroys Lumber

Minnesota Twins Talk Today, 11:21 AM
I like his edge....but I love Gardy's comments after the game even more. Very encouraging for the kid.
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Minnesota Twins Minor League Leaderboard

As we get closer to the end of the minor league seasons, I thought it would be interesting to take a look at the leaders in many statistical categories. Throughout the season, Twins Daily has posted daily minor league reports. Within those, some names certainly tend to find their way into the reports more frequently than others. At the same time, there are others who have just been solid throughout the season and may surprise you when you see some of their rankings. There is still another 3-4 weeks, but this could be considered an early look at potential players of the year.

Here are the Twins offensive statistical leaders through games played on Saturday, August 11th:
[PRBREAK][/PRBREAK]Plate Appearances:

#1 - Miguel Sano 478
#2 - Chris Herrmann 470
#3 - Aaron Hicks 467
#4 - Evan Bigley 464
#4 - Chris Colabello 464
#4 - Deibinson Romero 464
#7 - Danny Santana 463
#8 - Pedro Florimon 460
#9 - Oswaldo Arcia 438
#10 - Levi Michael 435

Hits:

#1 - Oswaldo Arcia 122
#1 - Danny Santana 122
#3 - Chris Colabello 119
#4 - Chris Herrmann 113
#4 - Evan Bigley 113
#6 - Aaron Hicks 110
#7 - Matt Carson 108
#8 - Pedro Florimon 107
#9 - Deibinson Romero 105
#10 - Miguel Sano 100
#10 - Danny Ortiz 100

Doubles:

#1 - Chris Colabello 34
#2 - Oswaldo Arcia 30
#3 - Eddie Rosario 27
#4 - Evan Bigley 25
#5 - Miguel Sano 24
#6 - Chris Herrmann 22
#7 - Matt Carson 21
#8 - Danny Ortiz 21
#9 - Aaron Hicks 19
#9 - Pedro Florimon 19
#9 - Dan Rohlfing 19

Triples:

#1 - Danny Santana 8
#2 - Aaron Hicks 7
#3 - Niko Goodrum 6
#4 - Oswaldo Arcia 5
#4 - Danny Ortiz 5
#6 - 8 tied with 4

Home Runs:

#1 - Miguel Sano 23
#2 - Chris Colabello 18
#3 - Deibinson Romero 16
#4 - Oswaldo Arcia 14
#4 - Evan Bigley 14
#4 - Wilkin Ramirez 14
#7 - Chris Parmelee 13
#7 - Lance Ray 13
#9 - Aaron Hicks 12
#9 - Adam Walker 12
#9 - Matt Carson 12

Runs Scored:

#1 - Aaron Hicks 82
#2 - Chris Herrmann 80
#3 - Chris Colabello 68
#4 - Miguel Sano 62
#5 - Oswaldo Arcia 61
#6 - Danny Santana 59
#7 - Deibinson Romero 57
#7 - Matt Carson 57
#9 - Evan Bigley 51
#10 - Levi Michael 49

RBI:

#1 - Miguel Sano 89
#2 - Chris Colabello 87
#3 - Evan Bigley 81
#4 - Oswaldo Arcia 78
#5 - Deibinson Romero 66
#6 - Lance Ray 61
#7 - Eddie Rosario 58
#8 - Aaron Hicks 54
#9 - Chris Herrmann 50
#10 - Josmil Pinto 48

Stolen Bases:

#1 - Aaron Hicks 27
#2 - Nate Roberts 19
#3 - JD Williams 17
#4 - Danny Santana 16
#4 - Jhon Goncalves 16
#6 - Darin Mastroianni 14
#7 - Joe Benson 13
#7 - Pedro Florimon 13
#9 - John Murphy 12
#10 - Aderlin Mejia 10

Walks:

#1 - Miguel Sano 73
#2 - Aaron Hicks 67
#3 - Deibinson Romero 52
#4 - Levi Michael 48
#5 - Chris Herrmann 47
#6 - Jhon Goncalves 45
#7 - Oswaldo Arcia 43
#8 - Wang-Wei Lin 42
#9 - Lance Ray 41
#10 - Angel Morales 36

Strikeouts:

#1 - Miguel Sano 128
#2 - Pedro Florimon 111
#3 - Evan Bigley 107
#4 - Angel Morales 103
#5 - JD Williams 100
#6 - Matt Carson 99
#7 - Wilkin Ramirez 96
#7 - Aaron Hicks 96
#9 - Matt Koch 92
#10 - Oswaldo Arcia 87
#10 - Clete Thomas 87

Batting Average (min. 250 plate appearances):

#1 - Oswaldo Arcia - .319
#2 - Eddie Rosario - .313
#3 - Nate Roberts - .295
#4 - Chris Colabello - .286
#5 - Josmil Pinto - .285
#6 - Danny Santana - .283
#7 - Aaron Hicks - .282
#8 - Matt Carson - .278
#9 - Nate Hanson - .277
#10 - Chris Herrmann - .273

On-Base Percentage (min. 250 plate appearances):

#1 - Nate Roberts - .437
#2 - Oswaldo Arcia - .389
#3 - Aaron Hicks - .383
#4 - Miguel Sano - .379
#5 - Eddie Rosario - .368
#6 - Jhon Goncalves - .362
#7 - Deibinson Romero - .358
#8 - Josmil Pinto - .351
#9 - Chris Colabello - .350
#10 - Matt Koch - .348

Slugging Percentage (min. 250 plate appearances)

#1 - Oswaldo Arcia - .533
#2 - Miguel Sano - .515
#3 - Eddie Rosario - .505
#4 - Chris Colabello - .502
#5 - Aaron Hicks - .459
#6 - Josmil Pinto - .458
#7 - Wilkin Ramirez - .440
#8 - Deibinson Romero - .439
#9 - Matt Carson - .434
#10 - Nate Roberts - .430
#10 - Evan Bigley - .430

OPS (min. 250 plate appearances):

#1 - Oswaldo Arcia - .922
#2 - Miguel Sano - .894
#3 - Eddie Rosario - .873
#4 - Nate Roberts - .867
#5 - Chris Colabello - .852
#6 - Aaron Hicks - .842
#7 - Josmil Pinto - .809
#8 - Deibinson Romero - .797
#9 - Matt Carson - .775
#10 - Matt Koch - .758


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