The Twins took two outfielders in rounds 12 and 13, selecting Kevin Harrington
from Royal High School in California, and Aaron Senne from Rochester Mayo High School in Minneapolis. Harrington came back from a broke left arm to bat .227 during his senior year at Royal. He smacked one home run, drove in 15, and scored 18 times in 22 games. His arm is back to 100% now, and those numbers will definitely go up.
Aaron Senne is a nice young outfielder, who seems to make all the plays. He has a strong left arm, and from his scouting video, appears to have a solid left-handed stroke at the plate. Hopefully we can get both players to sign, as the Twins continue to bolster their position player depth in the 2006 draft.
In the 14th round, the Twins selected Jeffrey Manship out of the University of Notre Dame. Manship had Tommy John surgery before he even could pitch for the Fighting Irish but he has come back healthy. He was a main pitcher on the staff as a junior, and has one of the best curveballs in College Baseball.
The Twins took two outfielders and a pitcher during rounds 12-14, picking up some good talent. Kevin Harrington and Aaron Senne were the 12th and 13th round selections, and both are high school outfielders. Notre Dame righty Jeffrey Manship was a main pitcher for the Irish in 2006, as he has battled back from Tommy John surgery.
Notre Dame righty Manship could be a find.