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Potential rule change: require different DH for each pitcher

Other Baseball Today, 01:51 PM
I just read this potential rule change on Twitter and I am intrigued:   https://twitter.com/...4091739136?s=20     For th...
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White Sox make changes

Other Baseball Today, 01:05 PM
Both Manager Rick Rentaria and pitching coach Don Cooper were let go.     Was a bit surprised by this, because the White S...
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Nelson Cruz wants 2 years

Minnesota Twins Talk Today, 10:31 AM
https://www.mlbtrade...-year-deal.html
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Target Field Tax Status

Minnesota Twins Talk Today, 10:35 AM
Been reading about all the losses (alleged or not) that MLB has (and maybe will again) taken with the pandemic, and wondered how the tax...
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What to do with Lewis Thorpe?

Minnesota Twins Talk Today, 01:05 PM
Lewis Thorpe is out of options. The Twins either need to keep him on the MLB team as their 5th starter or as a reliever out of the bullpe...
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VIDEO: 2020 Minnesota Twins Highlights

Things didn’t end the way we would have liked, but the 2020 Minnesota Twins still provided plenty of excitement and, maybe most importantly, distractions. Speaking of which, here’s a highlight package that’ll provide 35 minutes of relief from … everything else.
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When the Twins return to Target Field in 2021 there will be a new banner flying. It was a crazy finish, but when all was said and done the club emerged as American League Central champions once again.

The Twins went 36-24, playing at what would have been a 97-win pace over a 162-game season. That .600 regular season winning percentage ranks behind only the 1965 AL championship team (.630), the 2019 Bomba Squad (.623) and 1970 AL West champs (.605) among the best in Minnesota Twins history.

The sting of being swept out of the postseason still lingers, but there’s still plenty to look back fondly upon. Here’s 35 minutes of highlights from this season, presented in chronological order.



If you’d like to reminisce but don’t have much time to spare, below is a quick rundown of the 10 longest home runs the Twins hit this season. This one’s only 82 seconds long.



Every season ends with the knowledge that this particular group of players will never be together again. The Twins will return most of their core players, sure, but there will be plenty of new faces next season.

I can’t help but feel we didn’t get to see enough of this year’s team, but at the same time I am incredibly grateful we got as much baseball as we did.

The 2020 MLB season will soon be over but that doesn’t stop Twins Daily. We’re going to continue providing coverage and analysis throughout the offseason, as always. So please keep us in your rotation. Go Twins.

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