Newcomer and nary-a-game-played-in-the-organization-guy Lewin Diaz beat out Adrian Salcedo by three votes to win spot number 29 in our 2014 Top 30 prospects list. And now we're down to the final, ultimate, last place. Which is still something to be proud of, really, if you're the 30th-best prospect in an entire organization.
Players up in Round 27: Taylor Rogers, Adrian Salcedo, Dalton Hicks, Tyler Jones, Logan Darnell
Darnell's appearance on this list is due in no small part to his proximity to the Majors. The lefty is probably as ready as he'll be to face big league hitters, and the front office must have agreed because they added him to the 40-man roster in December. He'll start the year in the Red Wings' bullpen, but as a left-handed pitcher will probably have an opportunity to contribute to the Twins at some point this summer. Does he have the stuff to face Major League lineups two and three times in a single game? Even if he doesn't, he could still carve out a career for himself as a bullpen arm. We all know those southpaw guys can find jobs and pitch forever.