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Astros vs Twins, Game 1, 9/28 1pm Central

Minnesota Twins Talk Today, 02:58 PM
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2020 Twins Transactions

Minnesota Twins Talk Today, 12:44 PM
There haven't been many yet, but I'll start this today...   The Twins just announced that Zack Littell (hamstring) has been placed o...

LT contracts for current star position players

Other Baseball Today, 09:27 AM
I see that Yelich is still effected by a broken kneecap from last year and has a longterm contract now through 2028. It always raised an...

A (pretty accurate) look at the seedings

Minnesota Twins Talk Today, 07:29 AM
Going into the final weekend of the season, the eight-team AL field is nearly set, though no team is locked into its seed. Here's what I...

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All-in for relief: A look back at trades for relievers

Posted by Martin Schlegel , 30 August 2020 · 978 views
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Let’s face it, trading for a high-leverage reliever is risky business. Not to mention, it comes with a high price tag.
The trade rumors have swirled for some time in Milwaukee regarding Brewers closer Josh Hader. Earlier in the week, MLB Network discussed a fake trade in which the Minnesota Twins would send Royce Lewis, Ryan Jeffers and Brent Rooker to th...


Perfecting his swing: A look at Max Kepler's start to 2020

Posted by Martin Schlegel , 04 August 2020 · 1,474 views
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After his two-homer game to begin the season, Max Kepler said he wanted to be more aggressive at the plate. On Tuesday, in an extremely rare 1 p.m. game, Kepler showed a patient side to his approach, drawing four walks in five plate appearances but no at-bats.
Normally 10 to 12 games into the season, there’s at least some pause as to whether we’ve seen en...