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Hopefully Simmons "issues" are not like Romero...

Minnesota Twins Talk Today, 07:54 AM
Per multiple sources, new Minnesota Twins shortstop Andrelton Simmons has been delayed to the team's camp by visa issues. The exact detai...
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Timeline for Top Prospects: 2021 Edition

Twins Minor League Talk Yesterday, 10:49 PM
The Minnesota Twins will enter 2021 as one of the best teams in baseball, and whether they’re projected to win the AL Central or not, a f...
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Cord cutters dilema 2021

Minnesota Twins Talk Yesterday, 06:21 PM
So I hate to be this guy every year, but once again the MLB makes it a huge pain to watch the Twins if you're in a blackout market. In 20...
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Spring Training Games Thread 2021

Minnesota Twins Talk Yesterday, 03:03 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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Reusse: Modern Game Unkind to Dozier, Plouffe

Minnesota Twins Talk Yesterday, 12:03 PM
I thought thatPatrick Reusse wrote an interesting article, something I know I have been thinking for the last few years.    htt...
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Twins 2021 Position Analysis: First Base

Finally arriving at camp unhindered by controversy or constraint, Miguel Sanó seeks to fulfill his prodigious potential as a prototypical power bat at first base. Can he finally put it all together?

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3 Things to Watch as José Berríos Makes His Spring Debut

Though not the Twins’ projected ace for 2021, José Berríos remains a pivotal pitcher for a team aspiring to a deep run in October. After his uneven 2020, here’s what to look for in his televised spring debut Wednesday.

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Report from The Fort: Spring Training Live

FORT MYERS - You had questions. We had answers. Seth, Nick, Ted, David, Matt and the Twins Daily community peppered John with questions on Tuesday night about every Twins spring training topic under the sun. Now you can watch it all.

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Projecting the Twins Opening Day Roster: Version 2.0

Spring training is underway, and the Twins are relatively healthy <knock on wood>. If the season started this week, here are the players fans can expect on the Opening Day roster.

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Do the Twins Already Have the Next Brian Dozier?

Brian Dozier was a late round draft pick that took time to develop through the Twins farm system. Minnesota might have another player in their organization that can follow Dozier’s path as a late bloomer.

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Notebook: Long Ball Powers Twins to Win in Port Charlotte

The Twins win again, a Sire of Fort Myers update, and there's a new reporter on the Twins beat. That and more in today's edition of the Offseason Notebook!

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Interview with Ethan Moore, New Member of Twins Baseball Research Department

Ever wondered what it would be like to look for a position in a baseball front office? Twins Daily recently got to pick the brain of someone who did just that.

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Taylor Rogers' Slider is Back, Baby

How much can we learn from five pitches thrown in the first exhibition game of spring training, before the calendar even flips to March? In the case of Taylor Rogers’ slider, the answer is: plenty. And the news is awfully good.

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Report from The Fort: Lewis Thorpe’s Hype Train Stays on Track

PORT CHARLOTTE - The Twins defeated the Rays 6-5 in a road game that featured a number of Twins’ players’ 2021 debuts. We saw Lewis Thorpe (and maybe as importantly, Lewis Thorpe’s velocity), Luis Arraez and Brent Rooker for the first time this spring. The results were encouraging.

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Minnesota’s 5 Best Players Under 25

Last week, Twins Daily wrapped up the countdown of the organization’s 20 best prospects, but that doesn’t tell the whole story. What big-league players would join the prospects in a list of the team’s five best players under 25 years old?

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Twins 2021 Position Analysis: Catcher

With spring training officially underway and a new season rapidly approaching, it's time to kick off my annual position-by-position analysis of the Minnesota Twins roster. Today, we break down the team's very strong outlook behind the plate.

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Gleeman & The Geek, Ep 515: Fully Torn ACLs and Partially Filled Ballparks

Aaron and John talk about Royce Lewis' knee injury, the Twins' first spring training game and the presence of fans at the ballpark, Alex Kirilloff's chances of being on the Opening Day roster, Lewis Thorpe's improved outlook, and why Jake Odorizzi is still unsigned. You can listen by downloading us from iTunes, Spotify, Stitcher, iHeartRadio or find it at GleemanAndTheGeek.com. Or just click this link.