Jose Miranda vaults into the RotoProspects Top 300 at #264 on the heels of a 23-for-46 stretch with 5 homers for Double-A Wichita. The Twins’ third-base prospect now has a triple-slash of .348/.415/.591 with 12 homers and 4 steals on the season. Miranda is known as a free-swinger with an excellent feel for contact but not much raw power, but he’s obviously making big strides there. He was the 73rd pick in the 2016 draft out of Puerto Rico who had put up decent numbers before this year’s explosion. The 22-year-old could make his way to Minnesota by the end of this season and as a bat-first prospect is worth keeping an eye on for fantasy owners.
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