The Twins haven't picked a high school pitcher as their overall first pick of the draft since Dan Serafini in 1992. In fact, the best high school pitcher the Twins ever drafted in the first round was Todd Ritchie in 1990, so it wouldn't be surprising if they decide to avoid going this route despite Stewart's power arm.
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What do you think? Should the Twins go a safer route with their first pick? Should they load up on as many power arms as possible? Should they draft Appel if he falls that far and risk overpaying or not signing him at all?