The Minnesota Twins formally invited 18 gamers on minor-league contracts to 2021 spring coaching in Fort Myers, Fla., the group introduced Monday.
A pair former first-round picks are included on the record — outfielder Trevor Larnach (chosen in 2018) and shortstop Royce Lewis (2017).
Of the 18 gamers, the Twins invited 9 pitchers, three catchers, three infielders and three outfielders. Eleven of the 18 non-roster invitees have earlier MLB expertise, together with outfielder Keon Broxton, infielder Tzu-Wei Lin and catcher Tomas Telis.
As well as, the Twins invited 15 gamers to take part in camp as minor-league depth gamers, together with 2020 first-round choose Aaron Sabato and right-handed pitcher Matt Canterino, ranked by MLB.com because the group’s No. 8 and No. 11-ranked prospects.
Minnesota’s first full-squad exercise is scheduled for Feb. 23. Pitchers and catchers report back to camp Friday.
2021 Twins non-roster invitees
2021 Twins spring coaching minor league depth gamers