Looking past the week's breaking news and transactions, the community provided some analysis and thought-provoking questions about what's next for our Twins.
It took many centuries of human evolution for hecklers to perfect their rhymes; fortunately, the evolution of fan opinion is much faster. Witness My evolving opinion on where the Twins stand by @Mike Sixel, taking a measured approach to the trade deadline and reassessing in its aftermath.
The new pitchers join an impressive group of batters (not broken ladders). @Rosterman ponders the optimal arrangement of our offensive riches in What Should Be The Twins Perfect Line-up? Just about any arrangement looks good when you have the third best offense in the American League.
In addition to new pitchers, we also added a new catcher in Sandy Leon, although starter Gary Sánchez isn't a belly scratcher either: @Brock Beauchamp reports that the pending free agent is starting to grow roots in Minnesota by creating a scholarship for local minorities.
While the trade deadline has passed, the Twins may not be done remaking their pitching staff. @strumdatjag wants an update on potential internal upgrades in What is Current Status of Maeda and Alcala? Kenta has playoff relief experience, and not long ago Jorge was our most promising bullpen arm, so they could still be significant contributors.
Finally, @Hosken Bombo Disco honors Vin Scully, 1927-2022. The legendary announcer's influence reached far beyond the Dodgers, as Scully called Bob Allison's catch in the 1965 World Series, the national radio broadcast of Gene Larkin's hit to end the 1991 World Series, and many more iconic moments.
What iconic moments are still in store for the 2022 Twins? Share your take or ask your question in the forums.