Twins Prospect Power Rankings v.1

Martin takes the top spot in the first rankings.

Here is the first installment of Twins Prospect Power Rankings. In this, we look at the top-25 performers for the Twins farm system this season. This is not a ranking of the best prospects in the system, but rather who is performing the best right now.

Rank Name Team Comments PREV
1 Dustin Martin ROC Martin has gotten off to a fast start in his first stint in AAA, and is batting .400 through six games.  He has scored seven times already. NA
         
2 Yohan Pino NBR Pino has been lights out from the Rock Cats' bullpen, as he has yet to allow an earned run through five innings of work.  He looks like the Pino of old. NA
         
3 Cole Devries NBR Devries looked good in his first start for New Britain, scattering three hits over 5.1 innings of work.  His 1.69 ERA is fifth in the organization. NA
         
4 Jon Waltenbury BEL This kid can mash, and he is currently tearing up the Midwest League.  He is batting .353, and already has four runs batted in. NA
         
5 Anthony Slama NBR Slama has taken a liking to the Eastern League, and is already dominating.  It might be a short stay in Connecticut for the right-hander. NA
         
6 Deibinson Romero FTM The Florida State League has not messed with Romero's swing, as he is currently second on the farm with a .444 batting average.  He has scored five times in four games. NA
         
7 Joe Testa BEL Testa has been fantastic out of the Beloit bullpen, and the left-hander has been counted on often in the early going.  He has yet to allow an earned run in 4.2 innings. NA
         
8 Ramon Santana BEL The Beloit shortstop has been hitting the ball consistently this season, as his .438 batting average is third in the system.  He also has a home run, and two RBI> NA
         
9 Matt Macri ROC Macri has been the most consistent hitter for the Rochester Red Wings so far, and leads the organization with a .474 average through six games.  He has scored eight times. NA
         
10 Armando Gabino ROC Gabino has been great for the Red Wings, posting a 1.93 earned run average in 4.2 innings this season.  He also has won a game. NA
         
11 Robert Delaney NBR Delaney has once again dominated a level early on, as he has been fantastic for the Rock Cats in the early going.  He and Slama could be in Rochester very soon. NA
         
12 Trevor Plouffe ROC The reigning TCD Player of the Week, Plouffe has gotten off to a fast start for the Wings, posting a .333 batting average early on, with one home run. NA
         
13 Chris Parmelee FTM Parmelee has shown a good power stroke so far in the Florida State League, as he already has two home runs on the season. NA
         
14 Wilson Ramos NBR The top catching prospect shook off a slow start, and has been mashing the past few games.  He has his batting average up to .320, and is second in the system with five RBI. NA
         
15 Zach Ward NBR Ward has been worked from the Rock Cats bullpen in 2009, and the results have been great.  He has a 1.93 earned run average in 4.2 innings of relief, and has one strikeout. NA
         
16 Brian Dinkelman NBR Dinkelman is back in New Britain in 2009, and he is back hitting, as he is batting .333 in the early going.  The young infielder also has three RBI, and has scored twice. NA
         
17 Joe Benson FTM Benson, if he can stay healthy, could be a top prospect by the end of the season.  He is currently batting .412 in the FSL, and has four RBI in four games. NA
         
18 David Winfree ROC Winfree has been hitting the gaps well in the early going for Rochester, and has a high slugging percentage.  He is also batting .333, and has a home run. NA
         
19 Henry Reyes BEL Reyes has been steady on the bump for the Snappers this season, posting a 2.45 earned run average in the early going.  He has been one of only a few Snappers arms to do well thus far. NA
         
20 Kyle Waldrop FTM Waldrop was once considered one of the top arms in the system, and 2009 may be the year he reclaims those accolades.  He has yet to allow an earned run in 3.2 innings of work. NA

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