1. Minnesota Twins: Out-There Mid-Season Trade Scenarios to Consider in 2013

    As we all take our guesses on whether or not the Minnesota Twins will improve on their back-to-back last place finishes in the American League Central, the 2013 Twins already look very different from the team that took the field in 2012...

    Jimmy Mohler Written by Jimmy Mohler about almost 2 years ago 1,394 reads 2 comments

  2. Ron Gardenhire: 4 Things He Must Do in 2013 to Keep His Job with Minnesota Twins

    Earlier this week I took a look at the job security of Twins ' first baseman Justin Morneau. Entering the last year of his contract in Minnesota, he has some things to prove to remain there long term...

    Jimmy Mohler Written by Jimmy Mohler about almost 2 years ago 936 reads 10 comments

  3. Minnesota Twins: Could They Get Fair Value in a Justin Morneau Trade?

    Entering the last year of Justin Morneau 's six-year, $80 million contract, the Minnesota Twins have a decision to make regarding his job security. At age 31, Morneau is an interesting case for such discussions...

    Jimmy Mohler Written by Jimmy Mohler about almost 2 years ago 2,557 reads 5 comments

  4. Minnesota Twins Should Take a Chance on Joe Saunders: 4 Reasons

    Despite the additions of Kevin Correia , Mike Pelfrey and Rich Harden, the Minnesota Twins have done little to bolster their pitching depth through free agency...

    Jimmy Mohler Written by Jimmy Mohler about almost 2 years ago 2,180 reads 9 comments

  5. Minnesota Twins: 4 Free Agents Who Would Immediately Improve the Team

    Minnesota Twins ' GM Terry Ryan may be happy with the current roster heading into 2013, but that doesn't mean the team is out of the hunt for the remaining free-agent crop...

    Jimmy Mohler Written by Jimmy Mohler about almost 2 years ago 2,330 reads 4 comments

  6. Ranking the Minnesota Twins Among the American League Central Pitching Staffs

    2012 was a bit of a bummer for just about anybody taking the mound for the Minnesota Twins . The pitching staff struggled at best—putting up a cumulative 4.77 ERA (5.40 for starters)...

    Jimmy Mohler Written by Jimmy Mohler about almost 2 years ago 1,302 reads 13 comments

  7. Minnesota Twins' Anthony Slama Deserves a Shot at the Bigs

    It's a travesty. It's a downright shame. Why is minor league closer Anthony Slama still just that—a minor leaguer ? In six seasons spanning from rookie ball to Triple-A Rochester, Slama has put up a ridiculous 1...

    Jimmy Mohler Written by Jimmy Mohler about almost 2 years ago 1,104 reads 3 comments

  8. 6 Minnesota Twins Poised for a Breakout Season in 2013

    The Minnesota Twins ' crop of young players in 2013 is much more exciting than years prior simply because they won't be filling in for injured or ineffective big leaguers ...

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  9. Encouraging Signs for the Minnesota Twins Heading into 2013

    Earlier this week, I took a look at the Minnesota Twins ' biggest weaknesses heading into the 2013 season. I think most are aware of the recent pitching woes and the struggle this team has endured...

    Jimmy Mohler Written by Jimmy Mohler about almost 2 years ago 4,134 reads 3 comments

  10. Minnesota Twins' Biggest Weaknesses Entering the 2013 Season

    The Minnesota Twins have found themselves in the bottom of baseball's weakest division for the last two seasons. Although a 2013 turnaround seems unlikely, the Twins have already had the busiest offseason in recent memory...

    Jimmy Mohler Written by Jimmy Mohler about almost 2 years ago 3,128 reads 3 comments

  11. The 2012 Minnesota Twins: Dissecting the Roster and Building for the Future

    All of the Minnesota faithful has been in next-year mode for well over a month, and now it's time to talk 2012...

    Jimmy Mohler Written by Jimmy Mohler about 3 years ago 2,401 reads 14 comments

  12. 2010 MLB Hot Stove Rumors: Four Players The Minnesota Twins Should Pursue

    It's been a relatively uneventful offseason for the Twins, albeit only on the major league side. The Twins have landed a slew of relievers for their minor league system, as well as a few promising young prospects...

    Jimmy Mohler Written by Jimmy Mohler about almost 4 years ago 1,716 reads 2 comments

  13. Carl Pavano, Zack Greinke and Players Who Would Benefit the 2011 Minnesota Twins

    Coming into the 2011 season, the Twins have a lot of questions marks: Relief Pitching has been the main concern. After losing Matt Guerrier and Jesse Crain out of free agency, only a few bullpen locks remain...

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  14. Why Jesse Crain Should Be the Closer for the 2011 Minnesota Twins

    It’s obvious Jesse Crain wants to close. He’s wanted to since his tenure in the minors. But Joe Nathan, you say? Let’s be realistic...

    Jimmy Mohler Written by Jimmy Mohler about almost 5 years ago 609 reads 6 comments

  15. Minnesota Twins: Four Crazy Predictions for the Second Half

    If I had more title space, I would have called this the "Twins Edition." With the Twins turning the tide at the beginning of the second half, it's time to look at some of Minnesota's big guns and the effect they may have on the American League...

    Jimmy Mohler Written by Jimmy Mohler about over 4 years ago 824 reads 0 comments

  16. Minnesota Finds an Ace: Carl Pavano Continues His Mustache Ride in 2010

    A couple weeks ago, the Twins were looking to the trade market to find their ace. Today, there is no question that the rotation savior (saviour for you British cats) is none other than Carl Pavano...

    Jimmy Mohler Written by Jimmy Mohler about over 4 years ago 286 reads 2 comments

  17. Minnesota Twins Falter Before Break: How Will They Turn the Season Around?

    Let's face it: The AL Central is the Minnesota Twins' division to lose, and they did just about everything they could to lose it in the last month or so before the All-Star break. The starting pitching was atrocious and the offense faltered...

    Jimmy Mohler Written by Jimmy Mohler about over 4 years ago 463 reads 9 comments

  18. Nick Blackburn's Stuff Disappears: Is He Done in 2010?

    Nick Blackburn has always been tough to figure out. Finishing the last couple seasons with a "well-rounded" total of 11-11, he looks to be skidding into similar figures towards the end of June...

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  19. Cliff Lee, Kevin Kouzmanoff Should Be on Twins' Trade Deadline Radar

    With the trade deadline looming over the next month-and-a-half of baseball, it's about time for teams to get serious trade fever. The Minnesota Twins have a few trade chips and are definitely in need...

    Jimmy Mohler Written by Jimmy Mohler about over 4 years ago 1,341 reads 12 comments

  20. Twins-Red Sox: Guess Who's Back? Francisco Liriano Torches Boston

    Today may have been the most important start for the Twins yet this season. There were a lot of question marks surrounding Minnesota's rotation before the 2010 campaign. Before today's game, I was very optimistic...

    Jimmy Mohler Written by Jimmy Mohler about over 4 years ago 370 reads 2 comments

  21. Why the Minnesota Twins Will Win the AL Central Outright

    The Meat of the Article Even after an astonishing finish to the 2009 season, owning the best player in baseball as well as a young but talented pitching core, and making some key offseason acquisitions, the Twins still seem to slip under the radar...

    Jimmy Mohler Written by Jimmy Mohler about over 4 years ago 718 reads 7 comments

  22. Twins Add Orlando Hudson, Complete the Puzzle in Minnesota

    The Twins have had a great offseason, adding pieces to fit the puzzle in Minnesota. After the additions of Jim Thome, J.J. Hardy, Clay Condrey, and Orlando Hudson, the Twins should have no problem obliterating the AL Central in 2010...

    Jimmy Mohler Written by Jimmy Mohler about almost 5 years ago 561 reads 2 comments

  23. Minnesota Twins: 2010 Recipe For Success

    The Minnesota Twins have won five AL Central Division Titles in the last eight years, and most are confident they will repeat that success in the 2010 season...

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  24. The Minnesota Twins Are For Real, Tigers Beware!

    It seems everything has gone the Twins' way as of late. After being pummeled by the Royals and countered by the resilient Twins, the AL Central-leading Detroit Tigers find themselves only two games ahead of the field...

    Jimmy Mohler Written by Jimmy Mohler about 5 years ago 85 reads 0 comments

  25. How Sweet It Would Be: The Twins Chances Of Winning The AL Central

    I've taken a few weeks to step back and take a look at the 2009 Minnesota Twins. In that time, I've seen everything: a good winning streak, a frustrating losing streak, a convincing win against Roy Halladay, and a head-scratching series loss to Cleveland.

    Jimmy Mohler Written by Jimmy Mohler about 5 years ago 263 reads 7 comments