“See the ball, hit the ball.”
It’s a pretty simple concept for the offensive side of the ball. The other side of the ball is all about the art of illusion.
Frankly, the Minnesota Twins pitching staff hasn’t been very illusive in the past couple years.
They are basically a bunch of magicians who outright tell you how their tricks, or illusions, work. It’s really kind of sad.
The Twins have thrown eight starting pitchers so far in 2013, and who knows how many more might toe the rubber to start some ballgames.
How do the Twins' current starters stack up?
Four starts were required to make the list, which explains the absence of Liam Hendriks from the power rankings.
All stats seen are from the Minnesota Twins page on Baseball-Reference.