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LEN III breaking some news - no DL in NL

Other Baseball Today, 08:14 PM
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Wolfson: Twins Scouting Yoshinobu Yamamoto

Minnesota Twins Talk Today, 12:59 PM
  Doogie Wolfson tweeted that the Twins are going to be scouting 22-year-old RHP Yoshinobu Yamamoto, "one of the premier young pitc...

Re-Load vs. Re-Tool vs. Re-Build for 2021

Minnesota Twins Talk Today, 05:24 PM
The Twins certainly have options this winter now that the core has been here long enough to make some tough calls. Which is the best rout...

2020 MLB (non-Twins) Postseason Discussion Thread

Other Baseball Today, 05:24 PM
Feel free to chime in here about any of the (non-Twins) 2020 MLB postseason games!

Not to add more doom and gloom

Minnesota Twins Talk Yesterday, 11:34 AM
This is interesting and sort of concerning. Article snippet comes from the incomparable Jayson Stark of The Athletic (Which is must read...

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69 Billion to One: The True Futility of the Twins Postseason

Posted by TwinkiePower , 01 October 2020 · 1,531 views
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69 Billion to One: The True Futility of the Twins Postseason Yes, the number in the title is not an exaggeration. The true odds of the moment we find ourselves in at the close of the Twins 2020 postseason campaign, brief as it was, comes to one in 69 billion. Somewhere in the galaxy, Zaphod Beeblebrox fired up the Improbability drive and Minnesota got caught in the wake.

Let's do some math, shall we?

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Pitch Framing: A sabermetric based analysis of Twins play-by-play broadcaster Dick Bremer

Posted by TwinkiePower , 19 April 2019 · 2,255 views
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Pitch Framing: A sabermetric based analysis of Twins play-by-play broadcaster Dick Bremer Over the past decade, pitch framing has become a hot topic, not only in how we've begun to identify its value, but also in finding methods to quantify it, and coming to grips with its influence on the game. However, I contend that our focus has been far too narrow, and we must look beyond the catcher- in fact, past the backstop, into the stands, up to the...