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    renabanena

    ...and last week. Back by popular demand, this local Twins fan (internet lurker) is bringing you another edition of what your favorite current and former Twins did this week in the off-season. You thought that the Twins were going to disappear from your lives until next year? Think again. Contrary to popular belief, your favorite players don’t retreat into a Jake cave until spring training.

    Image courtesy of Denny Medley, USA TODAY Sports

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    Fall/Halloween Roundup 
    Baseball players, they’re just like us, posing in pumpkin patches and dressing up in adorable Halloween costumes. Here’s is a roundup of all of our fall favorites: 

    Cody Stashak is Enjoying the Offseason with his Family and the Cutest Little Pumpkin

    Kyle Gibson and the Chocolate Factory

    Josh Donaldson has the Cutest Unicorn Family 

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    The Twins’ Uniform is Looking Different Nowadays 

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    Byron Buxton watched the Braves in the World Series 

    And spoiler alert, they won! 

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    Brent Rooker shared our Daylight Savings woes. Baseball players, they’re just like us 

    And same….

     

    Welcome to Minnesota, Jayce Tingler and David Popkins 

    Jayce Tingler and David Popkins will bring their impressive resumes to Minnesota next season as the Twins’ new bench coach and hitting coach, respectively. They will be replacing the late Mike Bell and Edgar Varela. 

    Tingler comes to Minnesota from the San Diego Padres, where he spent two seasons as their manager. Prior to San Diego, he spent some time as a coach for the Texas Rangers. Popkins comes from the Dodgers organization, where two years coaching for the Arizona Dodgers and the Great Lakes Loons. 

    Check out Aaron & John’s reaction on their latest episode of Gleeman & the Geek.

    Cody Laweryson is a Fall Star

    This 22-year-old has had a great Fall League thus far, and he was the sole Twin named on the Fall Star game roster today. In his 13 innings pitched this fall, he has struck out 17 while allowing just one home run. Congrats Cody! Check out the remaining Fall Star game roster below: 

     

     

     

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