Trevor Larnach
23-Year-Old OutfielderOF
Minnesota Twins AA
2020 Fantasy Outlook
He has not put up jaw-dropping counting stats, but Larnach has been consistently dominant at every full-season stop. In 2018, he logged a 149 wRC+ at Low-A and followed that up with a 148 wRC+ at High-A and Double-A (48% better than a league-average hitter). He has had an Oppo% over 30% and a GB% under 49% at every stop and owns a 10.6 BB% against full-season pitching. The skill set seemed incredibly stable until he struck out 27.6% of the time at Double-A, up from 20.5% at High-A. For a 22-year-old who is a near lock to get double-digit starts at designated hitter every year, Larnach needs to have a pretty airtight offensive profile to be a real asset. The left-handed slugger has plus raw power but has not been able to get to it consistently in games. Given the Twins' organizational depth chart, Larnach is unlikely to reach the majors this year unless he dominates in the upper levels. Read Past Outlooks
$Signed a contract with the Twins in July of 2018 that includes a $2.55 million signing bonus.
Hits second spring homer
OFMinnesota Twins  AA
February 27, 2020
Larnach went 1-for-2 with his second spring training home run Wednesday. He's been limited to DH so far this spring due to a sore right throwing shoulder, the Minneapolis Star Tribune reports. "I had a funky throwing motion last year," Larnach said. "Through a full season, that's probably what hurt it. Just progressing slowly. I'm up to 200 feet now, it's feeling good."
Larnach made his debut at the Double-A level in 2019, hitting .295/.387/.455 with seven home runs across 43 games with Double-A Pensacola. He could reach the majors this season if the Twins have an opening in the outfield or first base, but the sore shoulder could limit his ability to play in the field early in the season.
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2019 Fantasy Outlook
Where a player gets drafted is part of the story, but often just a small part when it comes to dynasty-league value. Case in point: Larnach, an Oregon State outfielder the Twins selected with the No. 20 pick in the 2018 draft, might be the best fantasy asset from that class. He projects as a fringe-average defender in an outfield corner, but his bat has a chance to be special. Larnach handled the Appy League with ease (139 wRC+), lacing balls to all fields while walking almost as much as he struck out. He didn't slow down after a promotion to Low-A, notching a 0.65 BB/K, .209 ISO and 149 wRC+ -- marks that would have ranked in the top seven in the Midwest League among qualified hitters. Despite standing 6-foot-4, 210 pounds, Larnach covers the entire plate with a beautiful left-handed swing, displaying easy plus power. He won't be much of a threat on the bases by the time he reaches the majors, but could hit .300 with 30-plus homers in his peak seasons.
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Invited to major-league camp
OFMinnesota Twins  AA
February 3, 2020
Larnach was invited to the Twins' major-league spring training Monday.
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Moves up to Double-A
OFMinnesota Twins  AA
July 16, 2019
Larnach was promoted to Double-A Pensacola on Tuesday, Brandon Warne of reports.
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Opening year at High-A
OFMinnesota Twins  AA
April 1, 2019
Larnach will begin the 2019 season at High-A Fort Myers.
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Promoted to Low-A
OFMinnesota Twins  AA
August 7, 2018
Larnach has been promoted to Low-A Cedar Rapids, Mike Berardino of the St. Paul Pioneer Press reports.
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Taken 20th overall by Twins
OFMinnesota Twins  AA
June 4, 2018
The Twins have selected Larnach with the 20th overall pick in the 2018 first-year player draft.
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