This article has in the title “Who Will See Time in the Majors in 2013”, but right now a lot of fans are just wishing we’d just see any baseball being played at Target Field. What was supposed to be a six-game homestand with three against the New York Mets and three against the Los Angeles Angels quickly turned to two against each.
The Twins turn their attention to a weekend series in Chicago against the White Sox, after being swept by the Mets and sweeping the Angels in these abbreviated series. The Mets game that was a rainout or a cold out or a just plain we-are-sick-of-this-weather out has been rescheduled for August 19. The Twins will need some minor league reinforcements then.
The makeup date takes out one of the only three off-days the Twins have on the schedule in August. This means the Twins will play 17 games in 17 days between August 8 and August 25 before their second off-day of the month. It’s quite a crucial month with only five games in the whole month not being against an American League Central opponent.
So let’s take a look at what current minor leagues will be having an impact on the major league level sometime this season. Then again I should say probably having an impact on the major league level this season; I’m like a weatherman—I should never be trusted.