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The Twins have been terrible at more then one thing this season. Hitting, staying healthy, defense, etc. The starting pitching hasn't been an exception.
The starting staff has struggled since the first inning of the first game when Carl Pavano gave up four runs to the Toronto Blue Jays to start the season.
They have struggled to go deep into games, and to find the strike zone at times.
The Twins currently are ranked 27th in ERA at 4.64. This can be linked to the very un-Twins like 108 free passes they have given up this year.
This is in direct contrast to a team that led the majors with the fewest walks in 2010, with only 383 for the entire season.
However, since April showers led to May... well... more showers, the Twins have a 3.09 ERA and a 3-1 record.
The turn around has been led by a rejuvenated Scott Baker, and a change-up chucking, Johan Santana impersonating, no-hit throwing, Francisco Liriano.