Minnesota Twins Depth Chart 2022 Twins Depth Chart

78-84, 3rd in AL Central

MIN 10 @ CHW 1

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Minnesota has been one of the top offenses in baseball over the last few seasons with plenty of power bats. They have a strong offense ready to go in 2022, and they added to it with Josh Donaldson. It was a bit of a surprise, but Donaldson got his big contract and will be in the Twin Cities over the next four seasons. They also have big power names like Nelson Cruz, who has been one of the more consistent bats in the last few seasons. Miguel Sano will shift to first base from third, and overall this offense is just loaded. The rotation added Kenta Maeda in the offseason, and while they lost Kyle Gibson, they are still in the same boat as last season. One more quality starting pitcher would really set this team apart and push them to the next level. The Twins will be a tough team to beat still in the AL Central.

Minnesota Twins Depth Chart

Center Field CF
Gilberto Celestino G. Celestino (1)
Right Field RF
Gilberto Celestino G. Celestino (3)
2nd Base 2B
Jose Miranda J. Miranda (3)
3rd Base 3B
Jose Miranda J. Miranda (2)
1st Base 1B
Jose Miranda J. Miranda (1)
Center Field CF
Gilberto Celestino G. Celestino (1)
Right Field RF
Gilberto Celestino G. Celestino (3)
3rd Base 3B
Jose Miranda J. Miranda (2)
1st Base 1B
Jose Miranda J. Miranda (1)
Position POS
Catcher C
1st Base 1B
2nd Base 2B
Shortstop SS
3rd Base 3B
Left Field LF
Center Field CF
Right Field RF
Rotation SP
Position
Catcher
1st Base
2nd Base
Shortstop
3rd Base
Left Field
Center Field
Right Field
Designated Hitter
Rotation
Closer