How former UNC baseball player Aaron Sabato can fit in with Minnesota Twins


For the high-powered Minnesota Twins organization, should fit in nicely. He has shown impressive plate discipline with the consistent ability to turn contact into deep blasts. Sabato is projected to play first base, but could see time as a designated hitter. Minnesota boasts a farm system with a plethora of pitching and a lack of depth at first base. (Daily Tar Heel)

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