6. Minnesota Twins
Dillon Tate, RHP, UC-Santa Barbara
Tate, who was a reliever prior to this season, has been solid as a starter despite more than doubling his innings pitched from his sophomore year. He has struggled a bit down the stretch, but that is probably due the amount of innings he has pitched this season. Tate has the potential to be a starter in the big leagues, but if he is unable to handle the workload, he will be a future closer.