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Article: Five Players To Watch Over The Next Two Months

Minnesota Twins Talk Today, 03:28 PM
On his excellent RandBall blog, the Star Tribune's Michael Rand wrote Tuesday that despite being out of contention, the Twins' approach a...
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Article: Twins Minor League Report (7/29): Berrios Injured

Twins Minor League Talk Today, 03:24 PM
For fans of the Twins minor league system, there were three of the organizations best pitching prospects all on the mound in one night. T...
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Vance Worley Tosses Best Game Of Career.

More Baseball Today, 03:22 PM
I realize that Worley has only pitched in 8 games (7 starts) for the Pirates, but last night he tossed a 4-hit shutout on the road agains...
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Act Now! Get Your Warning Points Erased! One Time...

Questions About MinnCentric Today, 03:21 PM
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How Many Mlb Trades Will There Be On Thursday?

More Baseball Today, 03:15 PM
Just found out that Bovada has set a line on how many trades will take place on Thursday. The over/under is 10.5:   MLB Special - Ho...
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Twins Tab Stewart with Top Pick

Attached Image: Kohl Stewart.jpg With the fourth overall pick in the 2013 Major League Baseball Draft… the Minnesota Twins select right-handed pitcher Kohl Stewart.

With the first pick, the Houston Astros picked Stanford RHP Mark Appel. With the second pick, the Chicago Cubs, in a little surprise, went with 3B Kris Bryant. At Number 3, the Colorado Rockies selected RHP Jonathan Gray. There were so many rumors flying around the past few days, but after three picks, The Big Three were gone.

That left the Minnesota Twins with RHP from Texas Kohl Stewart. [PRBREAK][/PRBREAK]As you know, he has the football scholarship to Texas A&M, but he also has a mid-90s fastball and a mid-80s slider. It may take him a little time, but he’s got ace-potential written all over him. Here’s much more on Stewart from our Draft Profile. The Twins got the guy they wanted.

This season, he was 5-1 with a 0.18 ERA. In 40 innings, he walked 16 and struck out 59. What are your thoughts?


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