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Post Season Rotation

Minnesota Twins Talk Today, 10:34 AM
Listened to Gleeman&Geek podcast. They agreed on Maeda, Berrios & Pineda as the 1st round rotation I'm fine with that. My questio...
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It’s Time to Call Up Alex Kirilloff

Minnesota Twins Talk Today, 10:22 AM
Catching up on the Twins news this weekend... Sucks to read about Rooker’s season ending injury, and Rosario’s elbow injury. Even before...
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Retirement of O'Conner just the beginning

Other Baseball Today, 10:34 AM
For those who missed the news today, Pat O'Conner, the President and CEO of Minor League Baseball, announced his retirement. He had been...
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Gardy announces retirement

Other Baseball Today, 10:10 AM
This is an AP article lifted from the StarTribune web site.DETROIT — Tigers manager Ron Gardenhire announced his immediate retirement bar...
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Where are they now? Ex-Twins in 2020

Minnesota Twins Talk Today, 10:02 AM
I said in the 2019 thread that I would start this forum thread...    Let's start populating it. How many former Twins are on ro...
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Week in Review: Bumps in the Road

The final road trip of the season was an ugly one for the Twins, as they dropped four of seven and saw their hopes for a second straight AL Central title grow dim.

However, they also officially clinched a trip to the playoffs, where Minnesota will likely face the Yankees in the first round. The remaining question – and a pertinent one in light of their noticeably worse play away from home – is: where?


Gleeman & The Geek, Ep 493:Playoff Possibilities

Aaron and John talk about the Twins' best and worst potential playoff matchups, if avoiding New York is the only thing that matters, Mitch Garver's return creating a catching debate, Josh Donaldson getting ejected after a homer, and the state of the rotation heading into the final week. You can listen by downloading us from iTunes, Spotify, Stitcher, iHeartRadio or find it at GleemanAndTheGeek.com. Or just click this link.


MIN 4, CHC 0: Twins Down Darvish, Shutout Cubs

The Twins beat one of the leading candidates for the National League Cy Young Award in their first Sunday Night Baseball appearance in 10 years. José Berríos pitched six shutout innings and the Twins lineup became the first team to score four runs off Yu Darvish this season.


Twins Notebook 9/20: Sunday Night Baseball!

The Twins and Cubs will face off for Sunday Night Baseball and both teams are bringing out their ace. The game will have a playoff feel as Darvish and Berrios battle for the win. Who will come out on top?


Beneath the Dugout: Twins Ball Boy 'Tark' Ericksen

Going to the ballpark is a ritual for youth in the state of Minnesota. Whether it be Target Field, The Metrodome, or Met Stadium, people of all ages can reminisce of the smell of popcorn, fresh Dome Dogs, and the tradition of Twins baseball that graced their childhood. For Mark 'Tark' Ericksen, it was more than just a memory, it was his life.


MIN 8, CHC 1: Big Inning Sparks Twins Win

The Minnesota Twins were in need of a big inning and a comfortable victory. They checked both boxes Saturday night at Wrigley Field. This was another nail-biter until the Twins tallied five runs in the seventh inning, then cruised to a victory that clinched a spot in the playoffs.


José Berríos and the Human Element in Baseball

This is something that I’ve wanted to talk about for awhile. In fact, I was so inspired to write this that I completely ignored the article I was halfway through finishing. Whoops. Anyways, I wanted to talk about why I love watching José Berríos pitch.


Max Disappointment

Max Kepler was coming off a career year in 2019 that inspired the imaginations of Twins Territory. The “next step” was discussed all offseason as well as dreams of the next Christian Yelich. 2020 has been far from what we’d hoped for Max Kepler however, and his performance as a whole is reason for concern.


Ron Gardenhire Retires, Twins Legacy Lives On

For 13 years, Ron Gardenhire was at the helm of the Minnesota Twins. He would win six division titles and finish his Twins tenure with the second most wins in franchise history. On Saturday, he announced his retirement from baseball, but his legacy will be long lasting in Twins Territory.


What does the Twins Playoff Rotation Look Like?

With MLB announcing their postseason schedule, questions surrounding Jake Odorizzi’s health, and the option of Randy Dobnak the Twins find themselves in a precarious spot 10 days before their first playoff game. Who should the Twins rely and how should they manage the condensed postseason schedule?


Notebook 9/19: Time for Twins to Support Their Starters

The Twins have lost two in a row and four of their last five. They’ll look to get on track Saturday against the Cubs right-hander Alec Mills, who is coming off a no-hitter.


Untapped Ivy: The Brief History of the Minnesota Twins at Wrigley Field

There are few things that widen the eyes of a baseball fan more than the essence of the Friendly Confines. And while some of the most notorious games in baseball history have taken place on the corner of W Addison Street, very few of those have involved the Minnesota Twins. As the Twins head to the North Side of town this weekend let’s look at the club’s brief history at one of the game’s last treasures.