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Opening Series Breakdown 2020: Minnesota Twins @ Oakland...

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 Twins Sheet.pdf   201.7KB   5 downloads Preface As some of you may have seen on my profile, I have been runnin...
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36 Minutes of Twins BOMBAS!

Minnesota Twins Talk Yesterday, 08:36 PM
Looking to kill some time? Here's the ultimate bomba squad highlight reel. Enjoy!  
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Helfand: “early June start appears out of picture”

Minnesota Twins Talk Yesterday, 07:01 PM
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Live Baseball: Right now!

Twins Minor League Talk Yesterday, 06:14 PM
Hey all,   We're live streaming last year's Opening Day game over on the Blue Wahoos Facebook page. Come join us, watch Jorge Alcala...
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Knuckleballers - gone the way of the sacrifice bunt (and...

Minnesota Twins Talk Yesterday, 07:01 PM
All:   With all the free time due to not having a new MLB season to follow, I was thinking back to baseball past. Things like the sa...
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Twins Hitters, the Pitchers They Crush, and Beer in the Morning

This article is the byproduct of a little experiment I ran. You see, I don’t drink much these days, but the combination of strange times and available beer in the fridge led me to crack an a.m. beer. The cool, crisp and refreshing taste of cheap Thai beer inexplicably led me to Baseball Reference (I know how to party!) which in turn led to this article. Good times…now let’s talk about Twins hitters and the pitchers they’ve murdered!


Twins All-Decade Team, the '60s (The Hitters)

Over the coming weeks at Twins Daily, I will be digging into the history of the Minnesota Twins and presenting for you Twins teams of the decades. Tonight, we will start with my choices for the Hitters of the 1960s Twins. Tomorrow, I'll post the pitchers of that decade (five starters, five relievers).Finally, on Thursday night, I'll post a fun interview/podcast with someone who is very familiar with the Twins of the 1960s. Hopefully you are as interested in the Twins 60-year history and will discuss the players and the list.


Twins Stockpiled for a Crazy 2020 Season

Here’s the deal, we have no baseball right now and it’s not good. Eventually we will have baseball and it will be good. When we have baseball, it will probably be the goofiest season in Major League history. A shortened schedule probably hurts the Twins, but maybe a condensed version helps them.


Twins Flashback: Seattle Sinks, Casilla Delivers Finishing Blow in Walk-Off Win (4/7/2009)

The Twins had to fight to the finish to earn their first win of the 2009 season, overcoming a 5-3 deficit despite being down to their final out. Three-consecutive walks followed by singles from Denard Span and Alexi Casilla gave the Twins a walk-off win.


I Ate Like the Minnesota Twins For a Day

Like most of the world, I’ve been spending the majority of my time on the internet. Recently, I’ve been watching a lot of Youtube videos where average people like myself attempt a celebrity or athlete’s diet for a day.


5 Questions with Twins Pitcher Randy Dobnak

Randy Dobnak started a playoff game for the Twins last season at Yankee Stadium. With an improved pitching staff, Dobnak entered spring training knowing he’d be fighting for a spot in the rotation. Spring training got cut short, routines change, and Dobnak is still preparing to impact the 2020 Twins. Here are five questions with the Twins pitcher as he prepares for the upcoming season.


Will the Twins' Single-Season RBI Record Ever Be Broken?

Anytime you’re asked whether a sports record will ever fall, it’s a good idea to bet that it will. In this case, though, it’s a lot more complicated than that.


Twins Flashback Recap: Oliva Becomes First DH to HR, Blyleven Goes the Distance on 22nd Birthday (4/6/1973)

The defending World Series champion Oakland Athletics and ace pitcher Catfish Hunter had their Opening Day spoiled by the Minnesota Twins. Bert Blyleven, who was celebrating his 22nd birthday, held the A’s offense to three runs, two earned, in a complete game effort.


Now and Then: For the Minnesota Twins, Quality Coaches Matter

In 2019 the Minnesota Twins won 101 games and saw great success in part due to the quality coaches they had in the clubhouse. The 1965 season wasn't much different, as Billy Martin and Johnny Sain gave a great boost to that club as well.


Gleeman and the Geek, Ep 473: Alternate Realities

Aaron and John talk about actual Twins roster moves (sort of), a new view of the Buxton-for-Syndergaard rumors, a baseball season possibly starting soon in South Korea, and Aaron's stint as the Twins' baseball manager. You can listen by downloading us from iTunes, Spotify, Stitcher, iHeartRadio or find it at GleemanAndTheGeek.com. Or just click this link.


Ranking the 5 MVP Seasons From Minnesota Twins History

Since moving to Minnesota and becoming the Twins in 1961, the Minnesota Twins have produced five American League MVP winners. How do those five MVP seasons rank and who had the best MVP season in Twins history?


The Show Must Go On: Checking In at the Quarter Point

With 40 games in the books, we're almost exactly one-fourth of the way through our interactive simulated 2020 Twins season. Let's zoom out to take a look at how everyone's performing, and where we can improve as we try to chase down the world-beating Cleveland Indians in the standings.