A Look at Where the Minnesota Twins' Top Draft Picks from 2010 Are Now

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A Look at Where the Minnesota Twins' Top Draft Picks from 2010 Are Now
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Pitcher Alex Wimmers was the first player the Minnesota Twins took in the 2010 MLB draft. The 24-year-old was chosen No. 21 overall out of The Ohio State University and reached Double-A before undergoing Tommy John surgery.  

The best prospect from the 2010 class, however, is Eddie Rosario, who was drafted No. 135 overall out of Rafael Lopez Landron High School in Puerto Rico. The fourth-round pick is still in High-A, but the second baseman is considered to be a top prospect in the Twins farm system.

In a “Where are they now?” feature, Bleacher Report will look at the top 10 players drafted in the 2010 draft and see if they are on their way to the major leagues.

Players are listed in the order they were drafted.

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