Although the Twins won the Central in their first season playing at Target Field, the open-air ballpark exposed a significant weakness: outfield defense. Balls that soared into the seats in the Metrodome stayed in play in the larger park—Target had the fewest home runs per game of any stadium in the major leagues—and Minnesota's outfielders were not adept at getting to them. Among AL teams, the Twins allowed the second-highest total of doubles and triples during the regular season (tied with the Angels), and they gave up seven more to the Yankees while being swept in a miserable Division Series. At some point Minnesota is going to have to give centerfield prospect Ben Revere, 22, a chance to remedy this problem. The team's No. 1 pick in 2007, Revere has speed and leadoff skills (his minor league OBP is a sparkling .389), both of which would come in handy for a club that bookends two poor defensive corner outfielders, Delmon Young and Michael Cuddyer, around the merely adequate Denard Span.