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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...

Article: TOR 7, MIN 4: Rosario Homers Twice as Twins Drop...

Minnesota Twins Talk Today, 08:44 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...

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 17

Posted by Matt Johnson , 17 May 2017 · 1,182 views
bob allison, hank aaron and 3 more...
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May 17, 1963
Allison Has Twins' First 3-HR Game

Bob Allison became the first Minnesota Twin to hit three home runs in a game in an 11-4 Twins win in Cleveland. He was 3-for-5 on the day with six RBI. His batting average at the end of the day was .330. He would finish his All-Star ‘63 season with a .271 AVG, 35 HRs, and 91 RBI.

Harmon Killebrew and...


The Twins Almanac for May 16

Posted by Matt Johnson , 15 May 2017 · 1,276 views
jack morris, billy martin and 1 more...
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May 16
Happy 62nd Birthday, Jack Morris

It’s the birthday of 1973 Highland Park High School graduate Jack Morris, born in St. Paul in 1951. Morris was selected in the Fifth Round of the '76 Draft out of Brigham Young. The Tigers had drafted Alan Trammell in the 2nd Round, and Lou Whitaker in the 5th Round a year earlier. All three would make their...


The Twins Almanac for May 15

Posted by Matt Johnson , 14 May 2017 · 1,501 views
justin morneau, walt moryn and 3 more...
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May 15
Happy 36th Birthday, Justin Morneau!

It’s the birthday of 2006 American League Most Valuable Player Justin Morneau, born in New Westminster, British Columbia in 1981. The Twins drafted the 6’4” Canadian in the 3rd round in 1999, behind B.J. Garbe and Rob Bowen, neither of whom made it to the majors. Morneau hit cleanup in his MLB debut on Ju...


The Twins Almanac: Weekend Edition

Posted by Matt Johnson , 12 May 2017 · 2,576 views
kirby puckett, joe crede and 3 more...
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May 13, 1989
Kirby Puckett Hits Four Doubles

Kirby Puckett hit a team record four doubles as the Twins beat the Blue Jays 10-8 at the Metrodome. Kirby, who was 4-for-5 with three RBI and a run scored, hit two doubles each off of 7x All-Star Dave Stieb and '87 AL saves leader Tom Henke.

May 13, 2009
Crede Hits Walk-Off Grand Slam

Down 7-9...


The Twins Almanac for May 9-12

Posted by Matt Johnson , 08 May 2017 · 1,169 views

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May 9, 1877
Lew Drill Born in Browerville, MN

It’s the birthdate of former major leaguer Lew Drill, born in Browerville, Minnesota in 1877. Drill graduated from Hamline in 1897, and received a law degree from Georgetown, from where the catcher was signed by the Washington Senators in 1902. Drill played 293 major league games over four seasons for t...