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Kirilloff In, Donaldson Out - Twins Wild Card Series Roster

We have wondered if there would be any surprise additions to the Twins playoff roster. Well, were you expecting to see OF Alex Kirilloffon it? And, who isn’t on the roster, making room for Kirilloff? The answer, unfortunately, is that Josh Donaldson will not be on the Twins roster for this series.

Jake Odorizzi and Willians Astudillo are also on the Twins playoff roster for this series while Rich Hill and Jorge Alcala are not.

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Rich Hill’s Role As a Wildcard

David Youngs recently wrote about the importance of playoff veterans in the current Twins manifestation, and unsurprisingly Rich Hill was the first player mentioned. His time spent with the Dodgers gave him plenty of experience, but with Kenta Maeda, Jose Berrios and Michael Pineda scheduled to take the three Twins Wildcard Round starts, what role might Hill play?

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Twins Notebook 9/29: Bring on the Astros

In just a blink of an eye the 2020 MLB regular season has come and gone, with the Minnesota Twins finishing the season as the American League Central Champions for the second consecutive year. Now, the Twins set their sights on the Houston Astros, who they will face in a three-game Wild Card Series taking place at Target Field.

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Join Us After The Game For A Postgame Pint

During this pandemic, we won’t be able to gather the way we usually can at games, with friends, or at our favorite watering holes. So join us immediately after the last out after the game, and (provided we don’t run out of room) you’ll immediately be able to join our live virtual audience at the Postgame Pint. The link is below.

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Twins To Promote Alex Kirilloff for Playoffs

No question, the biggest surprise on the Twins AL Wild Card series roster when it gets announced on Tuesday morning will be outfielder Alex Kirllloff.

The Star-Tribune’s Phil Miller tweeted that the “Twins may have a surprise in store on tomorrow’s playoff roster: They are discussing promoting former first-rounder Alex Kirilloff for this series.”

Twins Daily has confirmed that Kirilloff did receive The Call late on Monday night.

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Kenta Maeda Has Been A Good Change For The Twins

The Minnesota Twins' Wild Card Series Game 1 starter doesn’t have a 100 mile an hour fastball and, even if he did have one, he probably wouldn’t throw it either.

Kenta Maeda doesn’t need it.

His specialty in 2020 has been a one-two punch from his slider and his split-changeup, keeping hitters twisted in knots as the ball bends in any direction, in any place, at any time.

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Astros-Twins ALDS Preview: Which Lineup Has the Edge?

Everyone is aware of what happened to the Astros this off-season and now the Twins get the chance to knockout a team that has been a perennial favorite in the American League. Both lineups have struggled through different parts of the 2020 season, so which team has an edge heading into their three-game series? The answer may surprise you.

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Astros-Twins ALDS Preview: Which Bullpen Has the Edge?

All season the Minnesota Twins reaped success from a bullpen chock-full of depth and high end talent alike. As the Twins head into the Wild Card round of the MLB playoffs, how does their bullpen compare to the relief corps out of the Houston Astros?


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Astros-Twins ALDS Preview: Which Starting Rotation Has the Edge?

Had these two teams met a year ago, the Astros would have held a huge advantage in the starting rotation. Things have changed. The Twins have a clear edge, though it might be smaller than you think.

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5 Reasons Why This Twins Team is Different

At this point, the story of the Minnesota Twins Postseason failures have become all too repetitive. Dating back to 2004, the Twins have a Postseason losing streak of 16 games, with 13 of those losses coming at the hands of the New York Yankees, though you probably knew that already.

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Week in Review: Stealing the Central

They got plenty of help from a White Sox team that fell flat on its face, but the Minnesota Twins did their part as well, posting a winning week to rally from behind and secure their second consecutive AL Central title.

Up next: a postseason matchup against the Houston Astros at Target Field.