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In Some Depth: Weeks Out For Months

Ryan Eisner

Ryan Eisner

Ryan has been writing for Rotowire since 2007. He currently writes about baseball and covers the White Sox.

Another week, another tour around the league's depth charts. The lineups continue to churn as injuries provide opportunities, Biogenesis continues to ripple, and sinking teams begin to give at-bats to the next generation.

Twins RF

Starter: Chris Colabello
Next: Clete Thomas, Oswaldo Arcia, Chris Hermann
Injured: Ryan Doumit

Chris Colabello killed it at Triple-A Rochester this season to the tune of 24 home runs and a .432 OBP in 85 games. You might expect those kind of numbers from a 29-year-old at Triple-A, but it is worth remembering Colabello was bouncing around the Canadian-American Association from 2005-2011 until finally signing an MLB-affiliated minor league team in 2012. Chris Parmelee, who started 57 games in right prior to his demotion to Triple-A Rochester, should be back with the Twins in September. His overall line since joining the club July 19 is not that impressive, but he has a .404 OBP and three home runs in 39 at

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