Brian Dozier: A Bright Spot For The Minnesota Twins
As the 2014 MLB season is set to begin soon, the new-look Minnesota Twins will seek to put a dismal 2013 season behind them and hope to fight for an American League Central Division crown. Minnesota’s 2013 campaign produced only 66 […]
Minnesota Twins Rumors: Team Still Interested in Ervin Santana
The last of this offseason’s top free agents, Ervin Santana, still does not have a home for the 2014 season. Santana is reportedly weighing favored one-year deals from the Baltimore Orioles and Toronto Blue Jays worth roughly $13-14 million, but […]
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Brian Dozier Will be an All-Star in 2014
In the history of the Minnesota Twins dating back to the Washington Senators, there have been some pretty big-name players that have graced the infield at second base. Hall of Fame players such as Bucky Harris and Rod Carew, All-Stars […]
2014 Minnesota Twins Look to Improve in Down AL Central
For the Minnesota Twins, Spring Training has officially begun. Friday afternoon the Twins took down the defending World Series Champion Red Sox, 8-2 in their spring opener. Baseball is back, and the 2014 MLB season is just around the corner. […]
Minnesota Twins Rumors: Alex Presley’s Role In 2014
The Minnesota Twins will enter the 2014 season with an abundance of outfielders. Josh Willingham and Oswaldo Arcia will likely be named the starting corner outfielders for Minnesota, but the status of center field is still fairly uncertain. Joe Mauer’s […]
Minnesota Twins Rumors: Will 2014 Be Josh Willingham’s Last Season With Team?
On Dec. 15, 2011, the Minnesota Twins agreed to sign Josh Willingham to a three-year deal worth $21 million, which at that time made him the largest free agent signing in Twins history. That milestone was surpassed by both Ricky […]
Odds Stacked Against Ron Gardenhire and the 2014 Minnesota Twins
Flashback to October of 2010, and you’d find the Minnesota Twins finishing up a 94 win regular season worthy of claiming the team’s second straight American League Central Division Championship. Ron Gardenhire, the 2010 AL manager of the year, was […]