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The Minnesota Twins’ Spring Training is now in full swing, with the team beginning to set it’s roster and giving more innings to key players. With that in mind, it’s time to bring back the Sunday Wrap-Up with the first edition of 2021.

Like we did last year, we’ll go over the week Stitched Minnesota Twins Jerseys that was in Twins baseball, talking about who’s started hot, who hasn’t, and predictions for what will come next for the last two weeks of Spring Training.

Minnesota Twins Minor-League Signings start off Spring Training Right
When a player signs a minor-league deal, the expectation is that they’ll compete for a roster spot and use Spring Training to try and land a spot on the roster. This Spring Training for the Twins has been no different as Tzu-Wei Lin, J.T. Riddle, Keon Broxton, Rob Refsnyder, Drew Maggi, Tomas Telis, and Andrew Romine all joined the squad with those hopes.

Some of those players have started off extremely well this spring. Broxton has been incredible this spring, leading the team in batting average, on-base percentage, second in runs, second in runs batted in, and fifth in slugging percentage. For a player with just 39 career homers, Broxton’s first homer of Spring Training was a fun one:

Keon Broxton 419 ft, 110.1 mph home run season

— Sarah Langs (@SlangsOnSports) March 7, 2021

Broxton has played in more games than almost everyone on the team and has seen more at-bats, a clear sign that the team is giving him every shot to take Jake Cave’s fourth outfielder spot. Tzu-Wei Lin, Luke Farrell, and Drew Maggi are all also performing well.

Lin has excellent numbers as well (.400/.538/1.138), working hard to join Luis Arraez as another depth infielder. Luke Farrell has pitched in 3 games and struck-out 5, Drew Maggi has hit .250 and been solid.

Unfortunately, it hasn’t worked as well for other players. Rob Refsnyder, J.T. Riddle, Tomas Telis, and Andrew Romine have all been very disappointing and would require a massive improvement to make the roster.

Overall, the depth of this roster will change with the performance of these players over the last few weeks. They will continue to fight with prospects like Nick Gordon and Travis Blankenhorn for the rest of the spring.

Around the Twins: Minnesota Twins Prospects and Performances so Far
The Minnesota Twins are currently 6-6-1, sitting right in the middle of the Grapefruit league. While this doesn’t seem like much, the Twins have finished around .500 in each of the seasons from the past few years. If that’s any indication, the Twins are in for a good year.
While Aaron Sabato hasn’t played well this Spring Training, it’s still nice to see him in a uniform. It’s good to see the future of the franchise so early.
Matt Canterino looked GREAT in his one inning, which is probably why he’s sticking around longer than Jhoan Duran, Jordan Balazovic, and Bailey Ober. While there are still concerns about his arm long-term, he looks EXCELLENT right now. Check out the interview he did with us last year.

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Minnesota ace Randy Dobnak looked like his usual self from the bump on Friday as he struck out five — and allowed just one hit in 3.1 innings pitched Stitched Minnesota Twins Jerseys — but couldn’t help ignite the Twins’ bats in their 4-2 loss to Atlanta.

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Minnesota pinned just four hits on the Braves bullpen on an afternoon that featured very little offensive excitement. The Twins scored two runs in the top-half of the fifth courtesy of a Brent Rooker double to left-center and a right-field single by Tomas Telis.

Atlanta was mostly held in check, offensively, as well, but managed to rally and score two go-ahead runs in the seventh.

Twins’ pitchers Juan Minaya, Matt Canterino, Robinson Leyer and Caleb Thielbar fanned seven batters combined but also walked eight.

Stunningly, none of Minnesota’s eight players swinging from the first four spots in the lineup recorded a hit.

The defeat drops the Twins record in the Grapefruit League to 6-10-1. Minnesota next plays Tampa Bay at 5:05 p.m. on Saturday. The game will be televised by FOX Sports North.

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On Friday we learned that Devin Smeltzer was already sent to the minor league side of camp while several other fringe starters and Wholesale Minnesota Twins Jerseys relievers remain with the big league club. What does it mean? What does his future hold?

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Devin Smeltzer is one of my favorite Twins. His debut in 2019 was electric, he’s interactive with the fan base, and his story is one of the best you’ll find. Smeltzer however is nearing a point where he needs to find his role at the Major League level or risk getting passed up.

Smeltzer’s being sent down already doesn’t necessarily mean he’s fallen out of favor with the Twins. Afterall, newly acquired Shaun Anderson was simultaneously sent down who Wes Johnson has been raving about. The issue is that it goes to show that Smeltzer is firmly behind his two competitors for a swingman/rotation role in Dobnak and Thorpe despite all three finishing 2020 in the minors. There’s little doubt in my mind that we see the soft tossing lefty back in the majors this season, but at this point it looks as if it may require at least 3 injuries for it to be in a starting role.

Smeltzer spent his 2020 at the MLB level as a bullpen arm which rounded out to be kind of odd. By actual performance standards, Smeltzer put up an ugly season with a 6.75 ERA. All the while, his indicators suggested he pitched better than his impressive debut in 2019 with a 4.07 FIP and 4.13 xERA. Regardless, it was hard to argue that Smeltzer was a necessity in the bullpen by years end with left handers Caleb Thielbar and Taylor Rogers available.

All of this leaves Smeltzer in a difficult spot. It’s been made clear that his spot on the depth chart lies behind much if not all of his competition in the rotation as well as almost all of his competition in the bullpen. Meanwhile the young group of arms in the Twins system continues to creep closer to the Major League Level. Where can Smeltzer go from here?

At this point it’s difficult to imagine Smeltzer settling into a rotation role. Pairing the Twins current and upcoming rotation options with Smeltzer’s sub 90 mph fastball just doesn’t make him an obvious fit. While there’s a realistic chance he could make a spot start or two this year, I’m hoping to see the Twins make a dedicated effort to integrate Smeltzer into a bullpen role even without an immediate spot to fill.

Smeltzer does exactly what a soft tossing lefty should do by leading his pitch mix with a changeup to equalize right handed hitters that may be sitting on his fastball. With a .310 slugging allowed on the pitch paired with a 26% whiff rate he has the #1 tool to make it in short stints as more than just a lefty specialist.

Unlike most lefties, Smeltzer’s biggest enemy in his career has been left handed hitters so far. This led to him developing a slider which he threw almost 17% of the time last season. He got unlucky but the 27% whiff rate is encouraging for his first season featuring the pitch. Going into 2021 Smeltzer may just have a strong go to option for hitters on each side of the plate.

If Smeltzer’s performance on his offspeed pitches holds, his fastball would be the final piece to the puzzle, as opponents have slugged around .550 against the pitch in his career. Luckily the Twins have shown an affinity for such a problem, as they often target pitchers with a similar profile and have shown success in fixing it.

Many fans grew underwhelmed by Smeltzer by the end of 2020, but he’s likely to get at least a few shots in 2021. Target Field may not be on their feet for a 100 mph fastball at any point for the left hander, but Devin Smeltzer’s development so far along with his being left handed could mean that his best days are still ahead of him in a Twins uniform.