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    Travis Blankenhorn had a pretty good day for Pensacola:
    https://www.milb.com/milb/news/travi...ly/c-307477614

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    https://www.mlb.com/twins/news/top-p...-monday-may-27

    Twins: Nick Gordon, 2B (No. 10) -- 1-for-5, 3B, RBI, R (Triple-A Rochester)
    Gordon’s lone hit on Monday was an RBI triple in the fifth inning that gives him hits in five of six games since he returned from a stay on the 7-day injured list for a left abductor strain. The sample size may be small, but the 23-year-old has produced a .322/.355/.475 line with eight extra-base hits in 14 games this season. The former first-round pick (2014) has been passed over in the Twins’ system by many other middle infielders, but as a member of the team’s 40-man roster, Gordon is likely to make his big league debut in 2019.
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    https://www.mlb.com/twins/news/top-p...tuesday-may-28

    Twins: Trevor Larnach, OF (No. 5) -- 4-for-5, 2B, RBI (Class A Advanced Fort Myers)
    Larnach has driven in runs in back-to-back games and has hits in four straight. The 2018 draftee is hitting .296 through 47 games and .348 in May. The Twins took Larnach 20th overall in last year’s Draft in part because of the offensive skillset he showed during his junior season at Oregon State. Clearly it’s still early in his career, but Larnach is certainly living up to the hype thus far.
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    We tried to go to the game in Cedar Rapids Monday, but mother nature had other ideas. We will go to another game soon.

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    https://www.mlb.com/twins/news/top-p...hursday-may-30

    Twins: Ben Rortvedt, C (No. 24) -- 3-for-3, 2 HR (5), 2 RBI, 2 R, BB (Double-A Pensacola)
    Rortvedt was perfect at the plate for the Blue Wahoos as he hit two home runs and a single and also reached via a walk in a loss against Mississippi. The 21-year-old backstop, a second-round pick in 2016, has been on fire since his promotion to the Double-A level, hitting .383 with three homers and more walks than strikeouts in his first 10 games. And with his first career multi-homer performance, Rortvedt has now matched his career-high home run total from 2018, when he went deep five times in 90 games across two levels. This season, he’s reached the mark in only 33 games. He’s also a standout defensive catcher, one who’s thrown out better than 58 percent (14 of 24) of attempted basestealers this season and 37.3 percent for his career.
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    https://www.mlb.com/twins/news/top-p...uesday-june-11

    Twins: Ryan Jeffers, C (No. 16) -- 2-for-3, 2 HR, 4 RBI (Class A Advanced Fort Myers)
    Jeffers set career highs for homers and RBIs as he hit a solo homer in the first and then did so again in the sixth, bringing his season total to eight, another career high. The Twins selected Jeffers in the second round of the 2018 Draft and he went on to hit .344 with seven homers over 64 games in his professional debut. While the 22-year-old hasn't maintained that ridiculous pace, he has hit well in his full-season debut and is slashing .282/.355/.469 through 50 games.
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    Double trouble for #MNTwins No. 16 prospect Ryan Jeffers, who eclipsed his 2018 homer total already this season after homering twice today for @MiracleBaseball. His last three hits have all been HRs.@Twins' prospect stats: https://atmlb.com/2sqjz8V

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    https://www.mlb.com/twins/news/top-p...nesday-june-12

    Twins: Lewis Thorpe, LHP (No. 8) – 5 IP, 1 H, 0 R, 2 BB, 9 K (Triple-A Rochester)
    The Thorpedo struck out five of the first six batters he faced en route to nine strikeouts on 88 pitches (56 strikes) in his first scoreless performance of the season. He issued back-to-back walks in the third inning, and the lone hit he allowed in the outing was a fourth-inning double with one out. The 23-year-old lefty out of Australia has allowed one earned run or fewer in four of his last five starts, pitching increasingly well as the season progresses after an inconsistent start. Thorpe’s 5.46 ERA for the Red Wings is inflated due to his 10 home runs allowed in 12 starts, but he’s continue to miss bats at the Minors’ highest level, racking up 79 strikeouts in 61 innings.
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    https://www.mlb.com/twins/news/top-p...friday-june-14

    Twins: Luis Arraez, SS (No. 17) – 3-for-5, 2B, 2 R (Triple-A Rochester)
    Arraez set the table for success for the Red Wings on Friday night, leading off and scoring twice while getting on base in three of his first four trips to the plate. The 22-year-old got his first taste of The Show earlier this season, spending 10 games with the Twins and posting solid numbers as a Major Leaguer. MLB was his third different level of the season, as he started at the Double-A level and earned an in-season promotion. No matter where he's been, he's raked, as his batting average is at least .340 at every level.
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    https://www.mlb.com/twins/news/top-p...turday-june-22

    Twins: Trevor Larnach, OF (No. 4, No. 94 in MLB) -- 2-for-4, 2B, RBI (Class A Advanced Fort Myers)
    Larnach extended his hitting streak to six games with his second straight multihit performance. The Twins took Larnach 20th overall in last year's Draft in part because of his advanced approach at the plate and it's certainly paid dividends so far in his career. The 22-year-old hit .303 over 42 games in his professional debut and is hitting .318 through 68 games so far this season.
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    https://www.mlb.com/twins/news/prosp...ek-for-week-11

    OF: Brent Rooker, Rochester Red Wings (Triple-A)
    (Twins’ No. 7 prospect)
    7 G, .474/.630/1.263, 7 R, 3 2B, 4 HR, 10 RBI, 6 BB, 5 K, 2 HBP

    The right-handed power that made Rooker the No. 35 overall pick in the 2017 Draft was on full display as he went deep in three straight games to begin the week before adding another on Friday. Overall, he finished second among Top 30 prospects in homers, RBIs and total bases (24). Though the 24-year-old missed two weeks during the second half of May with a left wrist strain, he’s shown no ill effects from the injury in 24 games this month, hitting .394/.551/.704 with five homers, seven doubles and 25 RBIs.

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    Brent Rooker, the #MNTwins No. 6 prospect, put @RocRedWings on the board with a solo homer. Rooker has gone deep on back-to-back days and has nine homers this season.

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    https://www.mlb.com/twins/news/top-p...uesday-june-25

    Twins: LaMonte Wade Jr., OF (No. 22) -- 3-for-3, 2 R, 2B, HR, 2 RBI, BB (Triple-A Rochester)
    With his RBI double in the fourth inning and solo home run in the sixth, Wade's bat proved the difference in Rochester's 10-9 win over Scranton on Tuesday. He reached base in all four trips to the plate, tallying a single and a walk in the contest to go along with his two extra-base hits. The 25-year-old has been hot lately, hitting .423 with twice as many walks (10) as strikeouts (five) over his last nine games -- a stretch during which he's improved his season average from .226 to .248. The 2015 ninth-rounder is faring better in his return to Triple-A this year (.248/.395/.368, 5 HR in 69 games) after posting a .229/.337/.336 line with four homers over 76 games last season in his first exposure at the level. Twins prospects stats »

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    Looks like your Twins are the real deal this year Catman!

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    Looks like it. And there is a lot of talent in the pipeline.
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    Twins: Griffin Jax, RHP (No. 23) -- 6 IP, 4 H, 1 R, 2 BB, 3 K (Double-A Pensacola)
    Jax continued to roll on Saturday as he posed his fourth straight start allowing one earned run or fewer for Pensacola. In doing so, the 24-year-old right-hander lowered his ERA to 1.67, the second-best mark among qualified hurlers in the Southern League. The 2016 third-round pick out of Air Force does not have overpowering stuff, but he knows how to execute and command a three-pitch mix that includes a fastball and changeup that both receive above-average grades from evaluators. Twins prospects stats »

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    https://www.mlb.com/twins/news/top-p...hursday-july-4

    Twins: Luis Rijo, RHP (No. 30) -- 7 IP, 1 H, 0 R, 0 BB, 10 K (Class A Cedar Rapids)
    Rijo retired the final 15 batters and faced one over the minimum, throwing 56 of 71 pitches for strikes in the Kernels' 4-2 win against Burlington. His 10 strikeouts were a new career high, and he also matched a career-best mark by completing seven frames, something he's done three times in four pro seasons. The 20-year-old right-hander has been lights out over his last five turns, allowing only one earned run (0.34 ERA) on nine hits in that span while racking up 28 strikeouts over 26 2/3 innings. Twins prospects stats »

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