As the Twins head into the winter there are some questions that need to be answered.
Among them, who will be the starting outfield for the second season in Target Field?
Will Michael Cuddyer return to right field, pushing Jason Kubel to a backup role?
Perhaps Joe Mauer will move to left field in order to save the wear tear of catching an entire season, and Delmon Young would move to right.
Is Denard Span better suited as a platoon player? As the everyday center fielder this past season he had the lowest batting average and slugging percentage in his short three year career.
I compared the outfield for every Twins team since they moved to Bloomington in 1961.
Here are the top 10 outfields in Minnesota history.
The ranking is based on fielding percent, total errors, and assists.
Home runs and RBI were included because, especially for corner outfielders, these are typically considered power positions.
The total wins for each team was included to break any ties.