Sano is one of the MLB’s quickest stars on the rise.
After only appearing in 80 games of his rookie campaign last season he managed to hit 18 homeruns and drive in 52 runs. He does strikeout at a high rate, but he is also still very young and never got to play a game in Triple-A. Although Sano is a high-risk high-reward player, he knows how to get on base and is about to make his rise as one of the top players in baseball.
You can rest easy if you pass on the top names and choose to go with Sano as your starting right fielder.
The downside is that he is not surrounded by a lot of offense in that Twins lineup, but I would not be surprised if he manages to elevate himself into the 30 home run 100 RBI club by the end of the season.