Forget 1982, when the Minnesota Twins scraped together just 60 wins on the season, losing 102 games: 2016 was a dismal year for the team, which finished with a record of 59-103—the worst in franchise history since the move to Minnesota in 1961.

Now, with well-regarded executives Derek Falvey and Thad Levine at the helm—Terry Ryan was fired in July—the Twins are looking to right the ship.

As we approach the 2017 season, we’re previewing what’s ahead for each of the 30 MLB teams. The Minnesota Twins are next:

Up-and-coming player to watch

The Twins have heaps of raw young talent at their disposal, including several young players still searching for a breakout but no longer considered up-and-coming—think Miguel Sano, who is entering his third season in the big leagues.

Stephen Gonsalves, a fourth-round draft pick in 2013, is one young player fans should expect to see called up later this summer. Ranked the Twins' No. 2 prospect by Baseball America, the left-hander has shown himself well in spring training. Gonsalves went 8-1 with a 1.82 ERA in 13 starts for the Twins’ double-A affiliate, the Chattanooga Lookouts, last year. Minnesota, a team desperately in need of decent pitching, will hope he continues to develop—and avoids the injury bug after missing three weeks in the Arizona Fall League due to a shoulder strain last year.