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Front Page: Dealing with Wheeler Gets Minnesota an Ace

Minnesota Twins Talk Today, 08:00 AM
This offseason the Minnesota Twins chief focus is going to be on acquiring impact pitching. The front office has suggested as much, and w...

Front Page: The Defensive Future of Royce Lewis

Minnesota Twins Talk Today, 07:56 AM
Royce Lewis has been lighting up the Arizona Fall League with a 1.066 OPS which ranks second in the league. He helped the East to win the...

Front Page: Excellent Plate Discipline Emphasizes Why Lui...

Minnesota Twins Talk Today, 07:55 AM
In a season where records were set with the long ball, Luis Arraez made a name for himself with his discipline at the plate and contact h...

Front Page: A Relief Ace Rotation, Part 2: What Does A Re...

Minnesota Twins Talk Today, 07:52 AM
Yesterday, we looked at some of the Twins’ best relievers’ struggles with zero days rest. Is it time to consider scheduling the Twins' ac...

Yankees Post-season FAILURES

Other Baseball Today, 07:13 AM
This has been rehashed time and time again so I won't get into the Twins failures against the Yankees. Instead, this is about the Yankees...

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Should We Be Upset With Yasiel Puig?

Posted by Patrick Wozniak , 07 September 2019 · 3,684 views
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Should We Be Upset With Yasiel Puig? In tonight’s twin over the Cleveland Indians, Yasiel Puig hit a comebacker to Jake Odorrizi in the fourth inning and immediately turned and went back to the dugout. Puig had no chance of reaching first safely on the play and Odorrizi ran the ball to first himself while looking back at Puig with a somewhat surprised expression on his face. The Target Field...


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Is Max Kepler Becoming the Next Christian Yelich?

Posted by Patrick Wozniak , 04 September 2019 · 3,808 views
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Is Max Kepler Becoming the Next Christian Yelich? 2019 has been a breakout year for Max Kepler. Kepler’s talent and upside has been on display since his days in the minor leagues but he has seemingly put it all together this season. In the year of the home run, Kepler has been no exception as he has led the best home run-hitting team in baseball with 36 long balls. His previous career high was 20, which...


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A Look at the Twins Hitters Who Have Set Career-high HR Totals in 2019, and Who is Still to Come

Posted by Patrick Wozniak , 29 August 2019 · 1,621 views
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A Look at the Twins Hitters Who Have Set Career-high HR Totals in 2019, and Who is Still to Come With the Minnesota Twins on the verge of setting the all-time MLB home run record, they have gotten many great individual home run efforts from their players. Max Kepler and Nelson Cruz have paved the way with 35 and 33 long-balls while Eddie Rosario and Miguel Sano are closing in on 30 homers as well. Jorge Polanco’s next dinger will allow the Twins to s...


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Could Jake Cave Bite into Eddie Rosario’s Playing Time (This Year and Beyond)?

Posted by Patrick Wozniak , 25 August 2019 · 3,862 views
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Could Jake Cave Bite into Eddie Rosario’s Playing Time (This Year and Beyond)? With injuries to Byron Buxton and the more recent hamstring injury to Eddie Rosario, Jake Cave has had an extended opportunity with the Minnesota Twins and has made the most of it. After hitting two home runs in the opener against the Detroit Tigers he came back in Saturday's game and hit another dinger, with a double to boot. Buxton is off to a short reh...


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Did the Twins Miss Out On Zac Gallen?

Posted by Patrick Wozniak , 11 August 2019 · 2,346 views
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Did the Twins Miss Out On Zac Gallen? During the run-up to the MLB Trade Deadline the Minnesota Twins were linked to several big-name starting pitchers. We heard rumors about the Twins potentially landing someone like Noah Syndergaard, Marcus Stroman, Madison Bumgarner, or even Trevor Bauer. When the dust settled, Minnesota was either unable or unwilling to meet the demands for those pitchers...