The Minnesota Twins' process of rebuilding their farm system will take another giant step next week when Major League Baseball conducts it's annual June amateur entry draft.
A year ago, the Twins hit on many of their picks as Byron Buxton, Adam Brett Walker and D.J. Baxendale have had tremendous seasons in the lower levels of the Twins' system.
In order for the team to turn around its fortunes at the major league level, it will need to have a similar draft to provide hope and depth at several positions of need.
To do that, the Twins will explore several options at the fourth overall pick and hopefully land a similar impact player like they did by drafting Buxton second overall a season ago.