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  • Birthday 06/25/1975

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    Twins Blogger since May of 2003, frequent contributor on several radio shows around the Upper Midwest, hosted several Twins and Twins minor league related podcasts, TwinsCentric member, author the the annual Minnesota Twins Prospect Handbook, father of a 11-year old daughter.
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    Technical Writer at Marvin Windows and Doors, owner and writer at TwinsDaily.com

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  1. Seth chats with Twins RH RP prospect Ryan Mason about youth ball, going to Cal-Berkeley, striking out Aaron Judge, getting drafted, and his rise up the Twins organizational ladder. He split 2021 between AA Wichita and AAA St. Paul. View full video
  2. Seth chats with Twins RH RP prospect Ryan Mason about youth ball, going to Cal-Berkeley, striking out Aaron Judge, getting drafted, and his rise up the Twins organizational ladder. He split 2021 between AA Wichita and AAA St. Paul.
  3. Seth chats with Minnesota Twins right-handed relief pitching prospect Jordan Gore about his first full-season on the mound, and much more.
  4. Seth chats with Minnesota Twins right-handed relief pitching prospect Jordan Gore about his first full-season on the mound, and much more. View full video
  5. Season 2: Episode 10- Tim Grubbs, broadcaster for the Wichita Wind Surge.
  6. Here is a fantastic article from Mike McFeely in the Fargo Forum about a legendary baseball player in Minnesota who most probably haven't heard of, but he's got a chance to go into the baseball Hall of Fame this weekend when the Early Baseball Era vote is announced. John Donaldson was a left-handed pitcher who never had the chance to pitch in the big leagues. Why not? Because he was a black man who pitched from about 1908-1949. However, he was a legend throughout Minnesota. He would barnstorm around small towns around the state pitching. He is said to have won over 400 games and struck out over 5,000 batters. He spent several years playing for the local team in tiny Bertha, MN. Bertha is a small town with a population of around 500-600 people is west central Minnesota. For more on John Donaldson: The Donaldson Network on Twitter and their website.
  7. The Twins announced today that they have signed right-handed pitcher Dylan Bundy to a one-year contract with an option for 2023. In 2011, Dylan Bundy was the fourth overall draft pick of the Baltimore Orioles from Owasso High School in Oklahoma. Because of his draft status, he immediately became one of the top prospects in baseball. He signed a five-year MLB contract starting in 2012, and received a $4 million signing bonus. He made two late-inning appearances for the Orioles in 2012 and worked 1 2/3 scoreless innings over two games. Unfortunately, at that point injuries derailed his career. He did not return to the big leagues until 2016 when he posted a 4.02 ERA over 109 2/3 innings in 36 games. That season, he split time between the bullpen and rotation. Since 2017, he has been used exclusively as a starter. Now 29, Bundy went 2-9 with a 6.06 ERA and a 1.36 WHIP in 19 starts. In 90 2/3 innings for the Angels, he walked 34 and struck out 84 batters. He ended the season on the 60-Day Injured List with a shoulder injury. It was a tough season following a 2020 season in which he finished ninth in AL Cy Young voting. He went 6-3 with a 3.29 ERA and a 1.04 WHIP over 11 starts and 65 2/3 innings. He also struck out 72 batters and walked just 17. He was in a lot of rumors at that season's trade deadline. The Twins certainly are hoping that he returns to that form. Bundy will make $4 million in 2022. The Twins will also have the option of bringing him back in 2023 for $11 million or buying out that option for $1 million. When he was drafted, he was known for his 100 mph fastball. In 2021, his average fastball velocity was 90.8 mph. Of course, in his successful 2020 season, his fastball velocity was 90.2. Bundy also throws a slider about 21% of the time, and it comes in the low 80s. He also throws a slower curve in the mid-70s and a changeup in the low-80s. As a four-pitch pitcher, he remains intriguing. In 2021, he threw each of his pitches at least 13.8% of the time. It will be interesting to see what Wes Johnson and Pete Maki saw in Bundy that they might be able to tinker with to try to bring out his best performance. Bundy slots into the Twins starting rotation with Bailey Ober and Joe Ryan. Others currently in line for a possible rotation spot include Randy Dobnak, Griffin Jax, Lewis Thorpe and prospects such Jordan Balazovic, Jhoan Duran and Josh Winder. View full article
  8. In 2011, Dylan Bundy was the fourth overall draft pick of the Baltimore Orioles from Owasso High School in Oklahoma. Because of his draft status, he immediately became one of the top prospects in baseball. He signed a five-year MLB contract starting in 2012, and received a $4 million signing bonus. He made two late-inning appearances for the Orioles in 2012 and worked 1 2/3 scoreless innings over two games. Unfortunately, at that point injuries derailed his career. He did not return to the big leagues until 2016 when he posted a 4.02 ERA over 109 2/3 innings in 36 games. That season, he split time between the bullpen and rotation. Since 2017, he has been used exclusively as a starter. Now 29, Bundy went 2-9 with a 6.06 ERA and a 1.36 WHIP in 19 starts. In 90 2/3 innings for the Angels, he walked 34 and struck out 84 batters. He ended the season on the 60-Day Injured List with a shoulder injury. It was a tough season following a 2020 season in which he finished ninth in AL Cy Young voting. He went 6-3 with a 3.29 ERA and a 1.04 WHIP over 11 starts and 65 2/3 innings. He also struck out 72 batters and walked just 17. He was in a lot of rumors at that season's trade deadline. The Twins certainly are hoping that he returns to that form. Bundy will make $4 million in 2022. The Twins will also have the option of bringing him back in 2023 for $11 million or buying out that option for $1 million. When he was drafted, he was known for his 100 mph fastball. In 2021, his average fastball velocity was 90.8 mph. Of course, in his successful 2020 season, his fastball velocity was 90.2. Bundy also throws a slider about 21% of the time, and it comes in the low 80s. He also throws a slower curve in the mid-70s and a changeup in the low-80s. As a four-pitch pitcher, he remains intriguing. In 2021, he threw each of his pitches at least 13.8% of the time. It will be interesting to see what Wes Johnson and Pete Maki saw in Bundy that they might be able to tinker with to try to bring out his best performance. Bundy slots into the Twins starting rotation with Bailey Ober and Joe Ryan. Others currently in line for a possible rotation spot include Randy Dobnak, Griffin Jax, Lewis Thorpe and prospects such Jordan Balazovic, Jhoan Duran and Josh Winder.
  9. Here is the MiLB.com Twins Minor League All Star article: https://www.milb.com/news/2021-minnesota-twins-organization-all-stars-jose-miranda-louie-varland
  10. Seth chatted with Wind Surge broadcaster Tim Grubbs about his broadcasting career, becoming a Twins affiliate, their incredible stadium, and about some pretty impressive prospects that spent time in Wichita. View full video
  11. Seth chatted with Wind Surge broadcaster Tim Grubbs about his broadcasting career, becoming a Twins affiliate, their incredible stadium, and about some pretty impressive prospects that spent time in Wichita.
  12. The Twins have signed 1B/DH Curtis Terry to a minor league contract. He played 13 games in 2021 for the Rangers and went 4-for-45 (.089) with two doubles. The 25-year-old hit .275/.349/.533 (.882) with 24 doubles and 22 homers for Triple-A Round Rock...
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