Steve Huls played five seasons in the Minnesota Twins' minor league system, spanning from 1996 to 2000. Huls was first drafted by the Los Angeles Dodgers in the 56th round of the 1993 MLB Draft, but turned the opportunity down to play college baseball at the University of Minnesota. In 1996, Huls was drafted by the Twins in the 15th round of the MLB Draft. Reaching as high as the Triple-A level, the infielder appeared in 365 games in his career, holding a batting average of .208, while scoring 114 runs and driving in 79 runs.
Huls is currently tied with Eric Loxtercamp for the highest batting average (.506 in 1992) in a single season in Rocori history. He is first in hits (41 in 1992), tied for fifth in RBI (28 in 1992) and tied for eighth in stolen bases (14 in 1992).