Go to the Twins official site, go to Minor League Affiliates/Clubs, and once that page opens, go down to the DSL section. Should be the last club on there in descending order from Rochester to the Dominican Summer League.
We saw the Snappers beat the Kernels 11-2 this afternoon. Anderson Hidalgo hit a ball in the 2nd inning that I thought would be a routine fly to deep right, but it carried over the fence. Danny Rams hit a ball that probably landed in the yard across the street from the ballpark a bit later in the game. Michael Gonzales flicked his wrists and hit a ball 390 feet to the base of the wall. Why anyone throws him a fastball in the strikezone, I have no idea. He is huge (6'6", 280) and very strong. He isn't bad around first, either. Aaron Hicks has very good strike-zone judgement, taking several walks today on close pitches. The balls he hit were pretty well-hit, too. He threw a ball from the warning track, about 400' from home plate to 2nd in the air. Wang-Wei Lin is very fast and has a decent arm in right. He made a catch on a ball in foul territory that was very impressive.
Brad Stillings threw a fastball that topped out about 91 MPH and was consistantly about 89. It seems to move a bit down and away from righties. His breaking stuff is OK, but his command is not what it will be. He allowed a run on 3 hits and 4 walks in 5.1 innings. He struck out 3.
Overall, I was happy with the game, but the pitchers need to work on throwing strikes to the hitters and let the defense do their jobs.