I'm not sure where you're getting the idea he's against building a farm system.
I mean this paragraph is smack dab in the middle of the article about sustainability. I think him being against building a farm system is kind of implied.Though I do admit I don't understand the point of this article so I might be missing something
The Twins have spent the past several weeks boasting over the increased depth in the farm system, after a series of trades that included disposing of their second- and third-best non-pitchers, Eduardo Escobar and Brian Dozier.
The new bodies from the trades and the rise of Lewis and Kirilloff might excite the Jim Callis [MLB.com prospect guru] crowd, but the majority of Minnesota’s sporting public has been turned so cynical about the words “Twins” and “prospects” that it does zero to create interest for next season.
There are two monumental reasons for this cynicism: Miguel Sano and Buxton.
His point about "building sustainability," is that is doesn't do anything to address the very real needs of the current team. This team was supposed to be competing this year. Now its "wait til next year," and we've seen articles targeting 2020. This isn't about only the 25th roster spot. It's about filling holes in this roster that have existed since this FO took over two years ago.
Is this breaking news that a team thats likely to finish under .500 has holes to fill? Are we allowed to give the FO this off season to try and fill some of those holes?