The Minnesota Twins have always prided themselves on the amount of talent available in their minor league system. The organization has also always been known for developing their players at a conservative pace.

Current Twins third baseman Danny Valencia spent a full four seasons in the minor leagues before getting the call to the majors this past season.

He made the best of his opportunity, solidifying his place as the team’s starting third baseman for the remainder of the season, and will likely remain there for the foreseeable future.

After seeing Valencia succeed at baseball’s highest level, who else might have a chance to make Minneapolis home in 2011?

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