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Article: Sano Going To Let It Eat

Minnesota Twins Talk Today, 01:59 PM
With big expectations, there's big responsibilities. It's fair to say that since signing with the Minnesota Twins as a teenager, Miguel S...

Article: Twins Acquire Jake Odorizzi From Rays For Jermai...

Minnesota Twins Talk Today, 01:50 PM
According to multiple reports, the Twins have acquired RHP Jake Odorizzi from the Tampa Bay Rays in exchange for shortstop prospect Jerma...

Fangraphs (and other national publications) on the Twins

Minnesota Twins Talk Today, 01:50 PM
I'm just going to post here whenever they do an article on the Twins.   Today, they have one on Trevor May (noting some changes in s...

2017-18 non-Twins MLB Off-Season Transactions Thread

Other Baseball Today, 01:34 PM
I thought I'd get this going now (and pin it), even though we still have a few weeks to go. Please use this thread to track MLB NON-TWINS...

Article: Twins Daily 2018 Top Prospects: #2 Fernando Romero

Twins Minor League Talk Today, 12:57 PM
Fernando Romero was Twins Daily’s top prospect last season, but it was easy to predict that he’d be unseated. Even a year ago at this tim...

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Thoughts on Brian Dozier

Posted by stringer bell , 05 September 2016 · 1,794 views
power, second base, trade target and 2 more...
Community Blog Post
Let me preface what will undoubtedly be a long entry by saying I am a Dozier fan. I have spoken to him at Spring Training a couple of times and like the young man. I believe he has been the Twins MVP for each of the last four seasons (counting this one) and I have no doubt that he is the team's best player at this point. Certainly, he isn't flawless, but...


All-Star Break Thoughts

Posted by stringer bell , 12 July 2016 · 1,023 views
lineup, power, rotation, bullpen and 1 more...
Community Blog Post
At the All-Star break, the Twins sit with a terrible 32-56 record and it is only that good because they've won the last three series against three AL West clubs. For most of the season, the Twins have scored the fewest runs in the AL while allowing the most. I wasn't totally surprised that the Twins pitching staff was bad, but it just doesn't seem right t...


Twins Problems Start and End on the Mound

Posted by stringer bell , 04 July 2016 · 809 views
last in the league, bullpen and 3 more...
Community Blog Post
Yep, the Twins are bad. They almost certainly will lose 100 games and finish last in the AL Central. Management has been trashed regularly on Twins Daily and has deserved the scorn of the fan base. Articles have been written and several threads have discussed trading just about every veteran on the roster. I submit to everyone that the position players ar...


My Visit to Yankee Stadium

Posted by stringer bell , 25 June 2016 · 558 views
bronxseats, twins, weather
Community Blog Post
Well I saw the new Yankee Stadium last night. It was determined before we got to New York, that we would see Lions vs. Christians er Yankees vs. Twins on Friday night. My son, serving as tour guide/babysitter had us heading for the Bronx by 5 PM. After spending all afternoon in a museum, I was ready to go. We got to a subway station and headed towards the...


Anatomy of a Big Inning (or two)

Posted by stringer bell , 19 June 2016 · 518 views
june 18, passed ball, jepsen
Community Blog Post
Yesterday, Ricky Nolasco and the Twins were cruising to a victory against the weakened, but still hated, New York Yankees. A funny thing happened on the way to the winner's circle--the Twins gave up seven runs in innings 7, 8, and 9 and were beaten despite getting two homers against Chapman in the ninth.

Here are some of the culprits: Kevin Jepsen entere...