The Twins have had some great closers in recent years.
Rick Aguilera, Eddie Guardado, and, of course, Joe Nathan all come to mind.
This offseason, Nathan signed with the Texas Rangers, leaving the Twins bullpen in even more disarray than it was last season.
Nathan was the best closer in the team’s history—look at what he did in his time with the Twins.
Four time All-Star, 2009 AL Rolaids Relief Man Award, holder of the Twins' single-season saves record (47), and the franchise's all-time saves leader (255).
It’s obvious that the Twins are really going to miss Nathan.