The Twins left Fort Myers, Florida with a group of 25 players but no one in their right mind can say this is the most talented team the Twins could field.  Shane Robinson, Jordan Schaefer, Blaine Boyer, are just a few names of players the Twins shouldn't depend on.  The roster should look more like this:

Catchers:  Josmil Pinto  (needs to work on his defense but can really hit)
First Base:  Joe Mauer
2nd Base:  Brian Dozier
Shortstop: Danny Santana
3rd Base:  Miguel Sano  (will struggle at first but has unlimited power potential)
Left Field: Oswaldo Arcia
Center Field: Byron Buxton (baseball's top prospect and tremendous talent)
Right Field: Torii Hunter
DH: Kennys Vargas

Bench:
C, Kurt Suzuki, 3B, Trevor Plouffe, Utility Eduardo Escobar, OF Jordan Schaefer and Eddie Rosario.

Starting Pitchers:
Phil Hughes, Alex Meyer, Kyle Gibson, Jose Berrios, Tommy Milone

Relief Pitchers:
Glen Perkins, Casey Fien, Brian Duensing, Trevor May, Michael Tonkin, JR Graham

The Ricky Nolasco/Mike Pelfrey experiments are exhausted and it's time to go young.  In this scenario the Twins would call up Alex Meyer and Eddie Rosario from Triple-A and Miguel Sano, Byron Buxton and Jose Berrios from Double-A.  This Twins team won't win the American League Central but they would be a lot more exciting than the one that is currently being run out there.

I want to see this lineup ASAP but I'd guess Terry Ryan and management will wait until 2016.  I'm hoping they come to their senses a little earlier.