Interesting comparison.Twins seem not to have a lot of top prospects, but a great deal of depth.A few more elite prospects could not hurt.
That's exactly where I'm at with the Twins. By next summer, the Twins could have a half dozen top 100 guys, but right now, there's not really a top 20 guy in the system, but there are 4-5 guys with legit arguments on the top 100. The big thing is when you sit down to do a top 20, 30, 50, 100 list of the Twins that you actually run into guys with legit major league skills a long way down the line, especially among relievers and middle infielders.
With the Twins, Maitan would likely be in the mix of the fun people are having figuring out who is the true #1 is between Lewis and Gordon. He'd likely make a 3-headed monster for that top spot. Severino would probably rank behind Gonsalves and Romero, but not really anyone else in the system, but the interesting thing is that in the Twins system, a guy like Soto may not rank as high due to depth in the system among shortstops. Del Rosario, on the other hand, could rank much higher as he's essentially the flip side of a Graterol coin, with less velo, but more feel for pitches, but both raw in their feel for approach on the mound and consistency in their performance being things that a typical young pitcher needs to grow through.
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