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2020 MLB (non-Twins) Postseason Discussion Thread

Other Baseball Today, 09:52 PM
Feel free to chime in here about any of the (non-Twins) 2020 MLB postseason games!

Target Field Tax Status

Minnesota Twins Talk Today, 09:05 PM
Been reading about all the losses (alleged or not) that MLB has (and maybe will again) taken with the pandemic, and wondered how the tax...

MLB Sees Local TV And Streaming Viewership Up Over 4% For...

Other Baseball Today, 08:25 PM
Twins local viewership up 9%.   Link to the article at Forbes:   https://www.forbes.c...0/#36bd03b33dac

Nelson Cruz wants 2 years

Minnesota Twins Talk Today, 08:16 PM
https://www.mlbtrade...-year-deal.html

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Falvey and Levine's Farm System

Posted by menthmike , 24 February 2018 · 2,253 views
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Of all the things that I love about the MLB, the farm systems are near the top. Following baseball is so much fun because even in the lowest years there is that optimism that comes with building up a minor league program. Honestly, I would rather be at that bottom than treading water in the middle. Now, it goes without saying but I’ll say it anyways, a...


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One Trade and One Free Agent

Posted by menthmike , 13 July 2017 · 2,648 views
gordon, buxton, prospect, twins
Community Blog Post
The Twins Farm System is stacked, it's not Buxton and Sano stacked, but come on! Is there an ace pitcher or other top end pitching talent? No. Is there another bomber barreling towards Target Field? No. Is there top ten minor league talent waiting in the wings? Not yet. How then is our farm stacked?
We have these guys:

Engelb Vielma – 22 years old...


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Luis Castillo Trade Tree

Posted by menthmike , 23 May 2017 · 3,707 views
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MNTwins Trade Trees -- Luis Castillo

Before the 2005 season, the Twins traded a pair of prospects for Luis Castillo. Castillo was a veteran second baseman coming from the Florida Marlins. For a team that was looking to make a deep run in the postseason, Castillo was a welcomed addition. Hitting at or near the top of the order and filling a void at sec...