Miguel Sano (Tommy John surgery) won't be in the majors until 2016, according to Twins' GM Terry Ryan. Sano has been hitting, throwing and fielding grounders at Minnesota's spring training complex.
The power hitting prospect missed the 2014 season after undergoing Tommy John surgery so he will be playing catch up next year. If he is able to produce at a high level, it is possible that he could be a late season call-up, but it seems more logical that the Twins will hold back his clock as long as they can. Though he underwent serious arm surgery, he is still considered to be a top prospect and has a very good shot at panning out when it's all said and done.
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