Playoff Bubble, New Rules Create Interesting Wrinkle for Twins
By Brandon Warne - Sep 18, 2020
The good news is that the Minnesota Twins are going to the playoffs. They haven’t officially clinched it yet — like the Chicago White Sox did in […]
The 2020 White Sox Look a Lot Like the 2019 Twins
By Brandon Warne - Sep 16, 2020
We’ve definitely seen this movie before: There’s a team with a very good offense, a pretty good rotation and a bullpen that’s sneaky-good, but they just can’t […]
The Twins Must Exorcise the Demons of 2018 as They Begin Their Home Stretch
By Brandon Warne - Sep 11, 2020
Everything seemed to be falling in place for the Minnesota Twins two years ago. But we all know what happened, and the 2020 Twins have to prevent […]
Even with Buxton and Donaldson Back, Injuries Continue to Hamper the Minnesota Twins
By Brandon Warne - Sep 4, 2020
The beginning of this week was supposed to bring so much hope to the Minnesota Twins. Byron Buxton returned on Tuesday and played a pivotal role in […]
The Minnesota Twins Stand Pat on a Mostly Quiet Trade Deadline for the AL Central
By Brandon Warne - Aug 31, 2020
It’s probably not too far-fetched to call the American League Central the most competitive division in MLB this season. Sure, the Kansas City Royals have fallen back […]
2020 Deadline Primer: Who Could the Minnesota Twins Target?
By Brandon Warne - Aug 27, 2020
Nothing about the 2020 MLB season has been conventional. But at this point, we’re already more than halfway home. So far, so good if you’re the Minnesota […]
9 Things You Might Not Have Realized About the 2020 Minnesota Twins
By Brandon Warne - Aug 25, 2020
The Minnesota Twins are 20-10 after Monday night’s win over the Cleveland Indians. That pushed their lead to 2 and 1/2 games in the American League Central, […]
How Depth Has Set the Minnesota Twins Apart in the AL Central Race
By Brandon Warne - Aug 21, 2020
A 60-game season was bound to be zany. So far, so good for the Minnesota Twins. Really any MLB season has the potential to be wild, though. […]
Kenta Maeda Had a No-Hitter Through the 8th Inning. Should He Have Pitched the 9th?
By Brandon Warne - Aug 19, 2020
The Minnesota Twins won a 4-3 thriller on Tuesday night at Target Field, but needed 12 innings and the benefit of the new “runner-on-second-base” rule to scratch […]
Kenta Maeda Has Changed His Approach Against Lefties and is Off to a Strong Start with the Minnesota Twins
By Brandon Warne - Aug 14, 2020
Kenta Maeda didn’t come into the 2020 season with the most hype among Minnesota Twins starters. Jose Berrios did. Maeda hasn’t been the biggest surprise among Twins […]
In Defense of Rocco Baldelli’s Bullpen Management
By Brandon Warne - Aug 11, 2020
The Minnesota Twins dropped four straight games to the Pittsburgh Pirates and Kansas City Royals late last week, and it wasn’t hard to find blame from fans. […]
The Minnesota Twins Pitching Depth Will be Tested in a 60-Game Season — And That’s Fine
By Brandon Warne - Aug 6, 2020
All winter long, the Minnesota Twins added pitching help in the form of re-signing Jake Odorizzi and Michael Pineda, signing Homer Bailey and Rich Hill and trading […]