1. Power Rankings: Ranking the Minnesota Twins' Best/Worst Teams Since 2002

    Now that the majority of the 2012 season is over, the Minnesota Twins and their fans have a general sense of how this season will finish. Badly, but not as bad as last year...

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  2. Minnesota Twins 2012: 5 Surprising Stats

    Despite a largely unsuccessful 2012 campaign thus far, the Minnesota Twins ' season hasn't been all bad for everyone involved...

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  3. Diamond Suspsension Rebuttal: Why MLB Had It in for the Twins

    Minnesota's lefty sensation, Scott Diamond was recently suspended six games for throwing a ball behind Josh Hamilton 's head in retaliation for Roy Oswalt 's beaning of Joe Mauer ...

    Matt Lindholm Written by Matt Lindholm about almost 2 years ago 865 reads 10 comments

  4. Red Sox-Dodgers Trade: Why LA Is Getting the Steal of the Century

    The L.A. Dodgers are getting one heck of deal for their "mega" trade with the Boston Red Sox . The Dodgers will be getting Carl Crawford , Adrian Gonzalez , Josh Beckett ...

    Matt Lindholm Written by Matt Lindholm about almost 2 years ago 2,641 reads 4 comments

  5. Minnesota Twins: 5 Things to Improve for 2013

    With the majority of the 2012 season in the books, the sub-.500 Minnesota Twins need to start thinking about improving their weaknesses. Traditionally, the Twins were known for top-rate defense, quality pitching and small-ball hitting tactics...

    Matt Lindholm Written by Matt Lindholm about almost 2 years ago 921 reads 52 comments

  6. Predicting the 2013 Starting Rotation for the Minnesota Twins

    Let's face it. The original 2012 starting rotation was the worst in recent Minnesota Twins history. Twins starting pitching was 4-17 (.190 win. pct.), 6.75 ERA, lasting only three innings per outing in the first month of baseball...

    Matt Lindholm Written by Matt Lindholm about almost 2 years ago 1,781 reads 30 comments

  7. 5 Reasons the Minnesota Twins Could Be the Surprise Team of 2013

    The 50-67 Minnesota Twins ' 2012 campaign might look dim, but their future is quite the opposite. Clearly, 2012 is not the year of Minnesota's return to AL Central glory from the 63-99 embarrassment of 2011...

    Matt Lindholm Written by Matt Lindholm about almost 2 years ago 3,153 reads 15 comments

  8. Did the Minnesota Twins Make a Mistake Not Dealing Justin Morneau?

    Big shocker! The Minnesota Twins did little to improve their lineup before the trade deadline . A question on many Twins fans minds is: was it a mistake not dealing Justin Morneau ...

    Matt Lindholm Written by Matt Lindholm about almost 2 years ago 382 reads 10 comments

  9. Minnesota Twins: Ranking the Top 10 Performances in the Olympics

    With the absence of America's pastime in the London 2012 Olympics , baseball fans can't help but reminisce about past Summer Games when baseball was played. Heroic home runs. Dashing pitching performances...

    Matt Lindholm Written by Matt Lindholm about almost 2 years ago 479 reads 2 comments

  10. Ichiro Suzuki to NY Yankees: 5 Highlights of His Tenure with Seattle Mariners

    For over a decade, Ichiro Suzuki has been the face of the Seattle Mariners ' franchise. When he made his debut in a Mariner's uniform over 11 years ago, not only did Seattle fall in love with him, MLB did...

    Matt Lindholm Written by Matt Lindholm about almost 2 years ago 1,058 reads 0 comments

  11. Ranking the Minnesota Twins 5 Most Famous Fans

    Unlike the celebrity-enriched fan bases in the metropolises of New York, Los Angeles, and Chicago, Twins Territory draws a much humbler fan base. Twins games are not laded with the likes of Jay-Z, Jerry Seinfeld, David Beckham, or Eva Longoria...

    Matt Lindholm Written by Matt Lindholm about almost 2 years ago 2,477 reads 26 comments

  12. Minnesota Twins: Most Memorable Moments in Target Field's Young History

    When the Minnesota Twins said goodbye to the Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome in 2009, a new era began—an era of outdoor baseball at Target Field . Despite having only played 2...

    Matt Lindholm Written by Matt Lindholm about almost 2 years ago 615 reads 6 comments

  13. Minnesota Twins: 5 Reasons the Twins Can Play Spoilers for Playoff Contenders

    Currently, the Minnesota Twins are eight games back in a tight wild-card race and 12.5 GB in the AL Central. Consequently, the Twins have a 0.3 chance of making the playoffs...

    Matt Lindholm Written by Matt Lindholm about almost 2 years ago 480 reads 0 comments

  14. 5 MLB Contenders Who Could Trade for Brian Duensing as a Lefty Specialist

    The Minnesota Twins ' Brian Duensing has become known as a "lefty specialist" for incredible effectiveness in key situations against lefties...

    Matt Lindholm Written by Matt Lindholm about 2 years ago 427 reads 4 comments

  15. 2012 Minnesota Twins: How Minnesota's 5 Highest-Paid Players Are Performing

    With the millions of dollars that MLB players earn, fans cannot help but demand the most from top money earners. In other words, fans expect that only top talent is rewarded with top money...

    Matt Lindholm Written by Matt Lindholm about 2 years ago 1,142 reads 6 comments

  16. MLB Trade Rumors: 10 Minnesota Twins Most Likely to Be Dealt in July

    To salvage their 2012 season, the 25-36 Minnesota Twins need to consider dealing some of their players. While their offense and defense still remain solid, the Twins' pitching ...

    Matt Lindholm Written by Matt Lindholm about 2 years ago 1,779 reads 0 comments

  17. Minnesota Twins: 5 Former Players Who Should Be on the Coaching Staff

    The 19-33 Minnesota Twins can help avoid being the AL's worst team two years in a row by replacing the coaching staff with former Twins players. The current staff has led the Twins to a record of 85-132 since 2011...

    Matt Lindholm Written by Matt Lindholm about 2 years ago 832 reads 0 comments

  18. Minnesota Twins 2012: 5 Midseason Moves the Twins Should Consider

    While their current roster is clearly not working, the 14-27 Minnesota Twins should be looking to make a few mid-season moves in 2012...

    Matt Lindholm Written by Matt Lindholm about 2 years ago 4,198 reads 33 comments