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Article: A Refreshing Shift in Twins Territory

Minnesota Twins Talk Yesterday, 11:55 PM
The Minnesota Twins will embark upon the 2019 major league baseball season with plenty of areas to improve. After a season in which expec...
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Article: 5 Things the Twins Absolutely Must Accomplish Th...

Minnesota Twins Talk Yesterday, 11:55 PM
A little over one week remains in the 2018 campaign. I think we're all about ready to move on and forget about this one. So let's look ah...
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What's a Blue Wahoo? Might Want to Find Out

Twins Minor League Talk Yesterday, 09:47 PM
Hearing from multiple sources that the Twins have had discussions with Pensacola about a possible AA agreement, though Pensacola (of whic...
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Max Kepler: Trade or Keep?

Minnesota Twins Talk Yesterday, 09:46 PM
Kepler was a popular trade piece in our hypothetical offers to acquire better talent over the last year or so. People in the industry lik...
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Article: Twins Daily Roundtable: Biggest Off-Season Need

Minnesota Twins Talk Yesterday, 09:35 PM
Twins Daily Roundtable is a weekly series. As part of this series, a question will be posed to the site’s writers and they will respond i...
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MIN 6, DET 1: Stewart Impresses, Rosario Exits Due to Injury

Kohl Stewart not only had his best outing so far with the Twins, but one of the better performances of any Twins rookie pitcher this season. Over his six innings of work, Stewart only gave up an unearned run on three hits and three walks. He recorded five strikeouts.

Eddie Rosario was forced to leave this game after aggravating the quad injury he suffered in late August.


Gleeman & The Geek, Ep 390: Interview with Twins GM Thad Levine

Twins general manager Thad Levine sat down with Aaron for an extended interview as part of Baseball Prospectus Night at Target Field, followed by a Q&A session with the audience. You can download it here.


Twins Dailys Touch-Em-All Pub Crawl Next Saturday

It’s pub crawl time! Twins Daily’s annual Touch ‘Em All Pub Crawl will be next Saturday, Sept 29th, and will be the biggest one so far. Today we can provide two big announcements: we’ll start our crawl at the new pour-your-own-beer First Draft Taproom and Kitchen and the price will be minus five dollars*.


Week in Review: A Grand Finale?

As all-time Minnesota Twins great Joe Mauer signals that his playing career may be reaching its end, many of us are savoring what could be the final chance to watch him on the field.

Last week, he gave us a grand show.


MIN 9, KC 6: Twins Swat Four Homers, Avoid Sweep

The Twins managed to end their series in Kansas City on a high note, combining to score nine runs on 18 hits in a victory that avoided a four-game sweep. Both Jorge Polanco and Johnny field collected four hits and were also contributors to the Twins slugging a season-high four home runs.


2018 Killebrew Award Winner - Jake Reed (Rochester Red Wings)

Hall of Famer Harmon Killebrew is generally considered the greatest Twins player in their 58-year history in Minnesota. He was an imposing figure on the field, capable of altering a game with one swing of his mighty bat. Off the field, Killebrew was said to be one of the most genuinely compassionate men, respectful and helpful.

Following the Hall of Famer’s death in 2011, the Twins announced the initiation of the Harmon Killebrew Award for Community Service. One player from each of the four Twins full-season affiliates would be presented with the award in recognition of their work in their community.

Over the coming days, we’ll share with you the four 2018 recipients of the Harmon Killebrew Award for Community Service.


KC 10, MIN 3: It’s a Hard Road

The road woes continued for the Twins Saturday night as they stumbled through a sloppy game and took a beating from the Royals. The Twins are 43-31 in home games this season, but this loss dropped their road record to 24-50. They’re also now 4-10 so far in September.


Ballpark Review: Cleveland's Progressive Field

Cleveland's Progressive Field opened in 1994, one of the first wave of new ballparks in MLB, and fueled a dynasty that dominated the AL Central throughout the 90s. The only time I'd visited was shortly thereafter, so I'm way past due to see it again. I found a great park, especially impressive given its age. Want to visit with me? Great. Let's see what we find


Twins 2018 Minor League Starting Pitcher Of The Year

The Twins, and probably every organization in baseball, need and want more pitching. Even with the “opener” concept starting to take root in the game, development of starting pitchers will always be a top priority for baseball executives and coaches. Today, we announce the Twins Daily Minor League Starting Pitcher of the Year. There were some good choices again in 2018.

Previous 2018 Awards

Short-Season Minor League Pitcher of the Year: Andrew Cabezas
Short-Season Minor League Hitter of the Year: Chris Williams
Minor League Relief Pitcher of the Year: Andrew Vasquez
Today: Minor League Starting Pitcher of the Year: Tyler Wells
Coming Soon: Minor League Hitter of the Year:

Previous Twins Daily Minor League Starting Pitchers of the Year:

2012 - BJ Hermsen
2013 - Taylor Rogers
2014 - Jose Berrios
2015 - Jose Berrios
2016 - Stephen Gonsalves
2017 - Stephen Gonsalves
2018 - Keep Reading



Trevor Hildenberger had a disaster of a game Friday night in Kansas City. He was entrusted to protect a one-run lead in the ninth, but ended up giving up four hits, including a walk-off grand slam to Salvador Perez.


KC 6, MIN 4: Coming Down is the Hardest Thing

What a high the Twins were on. They beat up on the Yankees 10-5 Tuesday night thanks to a Joe Mauer grand slam, then bested them again Wednesday night 3-1 behind a near no-hit effort from Jake Oddorizzi in what may have been their best-played game all season.

Heading to Kansas City was going to be a piece of cake, right? Wrong. Let’s just say this one will not be mentioned among their better performances of the season.


Learning Leadership from Chris Gimenez

The Minnesota Twins have watched their 2018 season of promise turn towards a different direction, and now ramble on towards a close. Over the course of the year adversity has been a common theme, and in dealing with it, a monumental struggle. When building out a 25-man roster talent obviously reigns supreme, but the addition of personalities able to influence the human element in the optimal way is of the utmost importance as well.