Sano, five other Twins make list of MLB.com's Top 100 prospects

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MLB.com's Jonathan Mayo unveiled his Top 100 prospects in all of baseball Tuesday night. Six Twins prospects made his list.

No. 12: Miguel Sano - 3B - signed as a non-drafted free agent in 2009.

No. 19: Byron Buxton - OF - 2012 first-round pick (#2 overall).

No. 40: Alex Meyer - RHP - acquired in Denard Span trade to Washington.

No. 49: Kyle Gibson - RHP - 2009 first-round pick is hoping to earn spot in the starting rotation.

No. 93: Oswaldo Arcia - OF - signed as a non-drafted free agent in 2007.

No. 98: Aaron Hicks - OF - 2008 first-round pick has a chance to start in center field.

Star Tribune beat writer La Velle Neal III takes a closer look at some of the prospects right here.

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