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A 26 man roster is an improvement, but is MLB making a mi...

Minnesota Twins Talk Yesterday, 09:42 PM
The world of sports has changed over the years. As a result, leagues have adapted roster sizes to allow for more active players, reserve...
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Free Agency / Re-Signings 2020-21 Offseason

Other Baseball Yesterday, 06:41 PM
Free agency is likely going to be a really slow burn this year, but I still think it's worth having a thread to discuss signings. ...
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Spring Training Games Thread 2021

Minnesota Twins Talk Yesterday, 06:32 PM
One thread to rule them all...   Er. Sorry. Got a bit ahead of myself. (Power does tend to go to one's head.)   Anyway, seein'...
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Jake Odorizzi, What's going on w/ him?

Minnesota Twins Talk Yesterday, 02:48 PM
Since the beginning there was a lot of FA talk surrounding Jake &thattherewas a lot of interest from various teams. Thought he'd be g...
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American League Power Rankings, by O/U

Other Baseball Yesterday, 02:13 PM
With spring training in full swing, who are the favorites in the A.L.?15. Baltimore OriolesBetOnline O/U - 63.5 winsThe Orioles are bruta...
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Latest News


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Report from The Fort: Byron Buxton Talking Contract Extension?

FORT MYERS - Today, Byron Buxton revealed his agent discussed a contract extension with the Twins earlier this week. What would a deal with Buxton look like and can it make sense for both sides?

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Who's the Twins 2021 Fireman?

Some bullpens are starting to informally appoint a “fireman” who can pitch at any point in the game, typically against the best part of the lineup whether they’re right or left handed. Who could be the Twins fireman in 2021?

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What a José Berríos Contract Extension Could Look Like

Though yet to pitch to his front-of-the-rotation potential over a full season, José Berríos has shown more than flashes of that talent level. He’s two years from free agency. Here’s what a contract extension to make him a Twins fixture could look like.

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Report from The Fort: MItch Garver and Fastballs

FORT MYERS - There are some positive signs for Mitch Garver this spring.

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Notebook: Andrelton Simmons Arrives

The Twins lost their fourth spring training game in a row today, but keep your hand off the panic button. Also, Andrelton Simmons made it to Florida.

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American League Power Rankings, by O/U

With spring training in full swing, who are the favorites in the A.L.?

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What a Byron Buxton Contract Extension Would Look Like

Byron Buxton is the Twins’ most entertaining, high-upside player. He’s slated to become a free agent after the 2022 season. What would a contract extension to keep him around beyond that year look like? We do have some relevant precedents to consider.

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Losing Streak Helps Local Overreactor Find Regular Season Form

As the Twins dropped their third consecutive game in Grapefruit League action, one fan took the opportunity to get in his panic reps.

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Report from The Fort: Underestimating Jorge Polanco

FORT MYERS - Jorge Polanco knows something you don’t know.

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Twins 2021 Position Analysis: Second Base

From 2013-18, Brian Dozier was reliably Minnesota's starting second baseman on Opening Day. Six straight years.

The upcoming season opener will be their third since his departure, and the Twins intend to start a third different player at the position: This time, Dozier's former double-play partner.

Can Jorge Polanco stick?

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Are Twins Top Prospects Destined for Injury?

Royce Lewis’ recent injury news means he is following a long line of top Twins prospects that will miss time in their development process. Is this a trend that can be avoided, or are the players destined for injury?

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Notebook: King Kenta Returns; Lou Gehrig Day

While it wasn’t a two-touchdown beatdown, the Twins dropped their third consecutive spring training loss on Thursday. Still, there were moments of sunshine for the club on a busy day across the league.