With the 20th pick in Monday's MLB Draft, the Minnesota Twins selected Oregon State outfielder Trevor Larnach.
Larnach is a 6-foot-4, 205-pound left-handed hitter who plays right field for No. 2 ranked Oregon State. He's got MLB average power, according to MLB Network and has a good outfield arm.
He's hitting .327 with 17 homers, 65 RBI and a .626 slugging percentage this season.
Interestingly, Minnesotans will get a good look at Larnach this week when the Gophers and Oregon State meeting in a best-of-three series in the NCAA Tournament.
Larnach's teammate, infielder Nick Madrigal, was taken fourth overall in the draft.
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