Twins Prospect Aaron Sabato on Mashing (and Hopefully Not DH-ing)


went in the first round of the MLB Draft last summer because of his bat. As Eric Longenhagen wrote, "teams were about as sure of Sabato’s hitting ability as they were of any player’s in the 2020 draft." An accomplished slugger at the University of North Carolina, the 21-year-old first baseman is a masher with an admirable offensive ceiling. (FanGraphs)

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