The Minnesota Twins have done well for themselves this season. No, really. They have.
At the beginning of the year, this was supposed to be one of the worst teams in Major League Baseball. With question marks all over the lineup and the rotation, it was going to be a stretch whether the Twins could win 60 to 70 games and finish out of last place in the American League Central.
As of June 20, the Twins find themselves with an admirable record of 31-36 and 2.5 games ahead of the last place Chicago White Sox.
It's not a surprise World Series run, but it can be agreed upon that the Twins have done well for themselves heading into the middle stretch of the season.
That doesn't mean the Twins haven't had their share of disappointments.
As with any team, there are several things that the Twins thought would go better, but haven't panned out. While most of them are able to have quick fixes, the potential of the team could be more than it is if some things went their way.