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Minnesota Twins Talk Today, 09:08 PM
After three encouraging starts to open the season, Michael Pineda was pounded in his fourth start today. He gave up as many runs in the f...

Buxton Stolen Base Streak

Minnesota Twins Talk Today, 08:46 PM
Back on May 23, 2017 in Baltimore, Byron Buxton led off the third inning with a walk off of Dylan Bundy. After a foul bunt pop-up out (c...

So....Time to make a call to Kimbrel?

Minnesota Twins Talk Today, 08:40 PM
I know it’s being discussed in the game thread but figured why not give it one of its own. Prety sure there haven’t been any prior thread...

Game Thread: Twins vs Tigers, 4/18 @ 12:10pm CT

Minnesota Twins Talk Today, 08:39 PM
Since I have too much time on my hands of late, I thought I'd get this game thread started early. Once there's a lineup, it's game thread...

Where are they now? Ex-Twins in 2019

Minnesota Twins Talk Today, 08:38 PM
I had fun with the "Ex-Twins in the Box Scores" post last year. I know, it's too early for any games at this point in the year, but I hav...

The Twins Almanac


The Twins Almanac for May 8

Posted by Matt Johnson , 07 May 2017 · 1,800 views
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May 8, 1967
Rookie Carew Has Twins' First 5-Hit Game

Rookie Rod Carew became the first Twin to collect five hits in a single game in a 7-4 Twins loss to the Senators at home in Bloomington. Rodney was 5-for-5 on the day with a double, an RBI, and run scored. The Twins had 11 hits in total, but no other Twin had more than one.

Kirby Puckett set a...


The Twins Almanac for May 7

Posted by Matt Johnson , 06 May 2017 · 1,118 views
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May 7, 1965
Twins Commit Seven Errors

The Twins committed seven errors in a 13-5 loss to the White Sox on their home turf in Bloomington. Shortstop Zoilo Versalles and third baseman Rich Rollins each committed two errors, while Harmon Killebrew, Earl Battey and St. Paul native Jerry Kindall added one each. Every infielder plus the catcher committed an...


The Twins Almanac for April 30-May 6

Posted by Matt Johnson , 30 April 2017 · 2,409 views

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April 30, 1961
Killebrew’s First HR as a Twin

Trailing the White Sox 5-2 in the bottom of the 11th in Bloomington, Harmon Killebrew hit his first home run in a Twins uniform. The White Sox held on to win 5-3 with Bob Shaw pitching all 11 innings.

All told Harmon Killebrew would hit 573 home runs, fifth-most in baseball history at the time he retir...


The Twins Almanac for April 23-29

Posted by Matt Johnson , 22 April 2017 · 872 views

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April 23, 1961
Pitcher Kralick Delivers Twins' Only RBI

In the final game of the Twins' first ever home series, Jack Kralick pitched a complete game, four-hit shutout in a 1-0 Twins win versus the expansion Senators. Kralick's bat provided the Twins' only run, driving in Billy Gardner with a fifth-inning single. With the win the Twins improved to 7-2 o...


The Twins Almanac for April 16-22

Posted by Matt Johnson , 16 April 2017 · 3,285 views

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April 16, 1961
First Grand Slam in Twins History

Bob Allison hit the first grand slam in Twins history in the top of the first in the first game of a doubleheader in Baltimore. The Orioles’ Chuck Estrada, who had tied for the league lead with 18 wins the previous season and would win 15 in 1961, walked three straight to start the game, filling the...