The Minnesota Twins wrapped up their first half of the season on Sunday with a 10-4 win over the New York Yankees. The victory capped off one of the more positive moments for the team in what has been classified as a rebuilding year, but they still sit in fourth place of the American League Central with a 39-53 record.
As a team, the Twins enter the second half cold, despite their first series victory in New York since 2001. An admirable first half came to a halt when the team dropped 12 of their last 15 games before the break.
While some players are performing well for the Twins, others are struggling to produce for a team that desperately needs it, and that can lead to changes down the road.