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Twins Hire Fmr. Manager Ron Gardenhire As Special Assistant To The GM

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — A familiar face to Twins fans is coming back to Target Field.

Former Twins manager Ron Gardenhire is coming back to the team as a Special Assistant to the General Manager, the team announced Monday. 83 more words


1991 World Series Opponents, The Twins And Braves Have Yet To Win A Game

It is still early in the 2016 baseball season, but now each team has played three series and the opponents in the great 1991 World Series, the Minnesota Twins and Atlanta Braves are still looking for their first win. 118 more words

Winless Twins Striking Out At Historic Rate

MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — The metaphor for the start of this season for the Minnesota Twins is obvious: one big swing and a miss.

The Twins have lost all seven of the games they’ve played, and the leading culprit is their performance at the plate. 569 more words


What's wrong with Twins slugger Miguel Sano?

Is there something wrong with Miguel Sano?

Not only was the Twins slugger held without a home run during the opening series in Baltimore, but he had trouble making contact at  all. 320 more words


American League Central Prediction

I will go with the Detroit Tigers to improve from last year’s disappointing season and win their 5th A.L. Central title in 6 seasons.

The defending world champion, Kansas City Royals will struggle (warning I said that last year as well when they were defending American League champions). 41 more words

American League Central Division Forecast

This year the American League Central race is wide open.

While the defending world champion, Kansas City Royals and the often touted, rarely successful Cleveland Indians are considered co favorites in the division, I give the other three teams a chance. 66 more words

Joe DiMaggio's Unbreakable Hitting Streak

The first of a semi-regular series on “Baseball’s Most Unbreakable Records”.

During the summer of 1941, Joe DiMaggio established the measuring stick for hitting streaks when he achieved the most treasured – and, arguably, unreachable – record in baseball history. 381 more words

Vintage Baseball