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For 2021, The Twins are facing an aging team. Nelson Cruz is currently 41 years old while Rich Hill is 40. Both players might agree to a one year contract. The Twins farm system remains strong with Alex Kirilloff being a possible starter if called to play in 2021. For this team, it's more about staying the course, and replacing their aging players with great up-and-coming young players looking like strong replacements.
2020 Twins Play Great Baseball All Season
In 2020, the Twins began the shortened season by winning their first ten of twelve games. The team was the American League leader for nearly the entire season. Their final regular season record was 34-26. As the playoffs took shape, the Twins fans were excited. Would this be the year that the team makes it to the World Series? A Wild Card playoff spot against the Houston Astros did not pan out. The team was swept out of the playoffs in short order. What can we say about the season? Kenta Maeda topped his best ERA numbers, Jose Berrios is a close second to Kenta, throwing great stuff for almost every game. Nelson Cruz remains a top level hitter in the league. He finished 2020 with a .303 average, and he hit 16 home runs.
The Minnesota Twins finally found their way out of the wilderness in 2019. The team found themelves winning the division for the first time since 2010. They came very close to leading the division from start to finish. They won 101 games and set the Major League record for most home runs in a season with 307. Indeed it was a special season for the Twins, but that season came to an end in the postseason when the Yankees swept them out in the divisional round. While the team had “hot bats” their pitching became a concernt. So what did they do this offseason to fix it?
In November they added a slew of players on minor league contracts. New to the team includd catcher Tomas Telis, right-handed pitcher Jonathan Cheshire, left-handed pitcher Blaine Hardy, catcher Juan Graterol, and right-handed pitcher Ryan Garton. December is when they began to fix their pitching. They added right-handed pitchers Tyler Clippard and Sergio Romo (Perhaps the best setup man of his generation) on one-year contracts to boost their bullpen. They added infielder Ehire Adrianza and right-handed pitcher Matt Wisler on one-year contracts. Then they added right-handed pitcher Homer Bailey and left-handed pitcher Rich Hill on one-year contracts to boost their rotation.
In January they settled arbitration with outfielder Eddie Rosario, left-handed pitcher Taylor Rogers, right-handed pitcher Trevor May, and right-handed pitcher Tyler Duffey. They made their big offseason move when they added former American League MVP third baseman Josh Donaldson on a four-year contract. Next, they made some more minor league contract signings including right-handed pitchers Austin Adams and Alec Asher. They finished their offseason taking part in that big trade that brought the house down, acquiring right-handed pitcher Kenta Maeda for pitching prospect Brusdar Graterol. The Minnesota Twins own the American League Central, and with the proper direction, they hope to stay that way.
Twins fall short in 2018
The Twins finished their 2018 record at 78-84, 13 games behind the the division leaders. Although they finished strong, with a 7-3 record in their final ten games, it wasn't enough to catch up to the Indians. Road games is where they fell short, winning just 29 of their 81 games. They were six games behind the Wild Card winners, dashing all hopes for the team to make it to the post season. Hopes are high in 2019, and the season is new.
Twins End With Winning Record for 2015
The Minnesota Twins ended the 2015 regular season with a record of 83-79, twelve games behind their division rivals. Sadly, they missed the playoffs. It didn't help that the team lost six of their first seven games, but they were just two games under .500 by the end of April. In may, the team won 20 of their 27 games that month, and looked pretty solid going into June. Sadly, the team flipped back into losing mode, with a June record of 12 wins and 17 losses. The team was hammered by the Royals, losing three straight before facing the Rangers. They lost a pair to Texas the following series. For the second half of the season, the team coasted with a record that sat just a few games above .500. Can they find a way to move ahead in 2016? We sure hope so.
The Twins struggled a bit in 2013. Finishing near the bottom of the American League Central Standings, the team found it hard to compete with their weak bullpen. Their offensive players also found it hard to put together runs. It was thought that picking up players such as Vance Worley, and Kevin Correia would solve the pitching issue.
Correia's ERA for 2013 was 4.49, and that's just not going to cut it in MLB. Correia signed a two year deal at the beginning of last season.
To address the issue on offense, the Twins signed minor league player Wilkin Ramirez in November of 2012. The next spring, he was called up to play, and started on April 1. Sadly, He managed just one home run and eleven RBI's during the 2013 season at Minnesota.
The last three seasons for the Minnesota Twins have been about as up and down as they could be. In 2015 they emerged from a five-year rebuild, finishing the season 83-79, just missing the second Wild Card spot. In 2016, they took a massive step back, starting the season 0-9, and finishing with the worst record in the league at 59-103. In 2017, they got back to business, finishing the season 85-77, good for the second Wild Card spot, becoming the first team to make the playoffs after losing 100 games the year before in baseball history. The Twins offseason priorities are very simple and easy to understand, pitching, pitching, pitching. They have already signed Michael Pineda and are in on all of the big pitchers on the market from Jake Arrieta to Yu Darvish. They aren’t done this offseason.
A Brief History Of Twins Baseball
For Twins fans, who can forget the 1991 World Series, where four games were decided on the last out. On top of that, the entire series was a "nail biter" for either team. The Braves had managed to take care of business at Turner Field, but that was just three of seven. For the Twins, they won all four of their games at home and that was the difference. Minnesota and Atlanta were scoreless after nine innings in game seven, and it would take just one pitch from Gladden to Gene Larkin to end the game with a hit into left-center field, allowing Pena to touch home plate.
It had been 39 years since a World Series game had ended with such a low score. It had also been one of the few World Series games that went to extra innings. Sadly, the team saw just one more winning season, going nine more years before coming back into playoff contention. That would be the 2001 season, where the Twins finished with a 85-77 record, winning sixteen more games than they did the year before.
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The Minnesota Twins entered 2018 with high expectations, but injuries and weight issues regarding Miguel Sano caused them to fall short of those expectations, as they finished 78-84, good for second place in the American League Central but nowhere near the postseason. At the end of 2018, the Twins said goodbye to longtime franchise player and fan favorite Joe Mauer, who called it a career after 15 Major League seasons.
This offseason, the first move for the franchise was a trio of minor league signings. The team took care of signing third baseman Randy Cesar, right-handed pitchers Preston Guilmet and Zack Weiss. Their next move was to sign Joe Mauer’s replacement, first basemen C.J. Cron, to a one-year contract, off waivers from the Rays. Once Miguel Sano is ready, he is probably going to take over as the first baseman. Their next move was to add infielder Ehire Adrianza on a one year contract. Their only two moves of December were to add infielders Jonathan Schoop and Ronald Torreyes on one-year contracts. Schoop is expected to be their second baseman this season. They began January by adding designated hitter Nelson Cruz for one season to help these young hitters. Cruz has been in a lot of big games so his experience helps. Next, they settled arbitration with outfielder Byron Buxton, right-handed pitcher Kyle Gibson, outfielder Max Kepler, right-handed pitcher Trevor May, right-handed pitcher Jake Odorizzi, left-handed pitcher Taylor Rogers, outfielder Eddie Rosario, and third/first baseman Miguel Sano.
They also added left-handed pitcher Martin Perez on a one-year contract and left-handed pitcher Dario Alverez, catcher Thomas Telis, third basemen Mike Olt, and right-handed pitcher D.J. Baxendale on minor league deals. In February they added more seven more players on minor league deals- second baseman Jordany Valdespin, first baseman Wilin Rosario, left-handed pitcher Pat Dean and right-handed pitcher Kevin Comer, right-handed pitcher Adam Atkins, first baseman Lucas Duda, and infielder Adam Rosales. They finished their offseason by extending a pair of their young talents, shortstop Jorge Polanco and outfielder Max Kepler to five-year contracts. We really don’t know who the real Twins are right now. Maybe in 2019 we will find out.
The Minnesota Twins finally found their way out of the wilderness in 2019, winning the division for the first time since 2010, nearly leading the division start to finish. They won 101 games and set the Major League record for most home runs in a season with 307. We’re looking for great things from the Twins in 2020.
In November they added a slew of players on minor league contracts- catcher Tomas Telis, right-handed pitcher Jonathan Cheshire, left-handed pitcher Blaine Hardy, catcher Juan Graterol, and right-handed pitcher Ryan Garton. December is when they began to fix their pitching. They added right-handed pitchers Tyler Clippard and Sergio Romo(Perhaps the best setup man of his generation) on one-year contracts to boost their bullpen. They added infielder Ehire Adrianza and right-handed pitcher Matt Wisler on one-year contracts. Then they added right-handed pitcher Homer Bailey and left-handed pitcher Rich Hill on one-year contracts to boost their rotation. In January they settled arbitration with outfielder Eddie Rosario, left-handed pitcher Taylor Rogers, right-handed pitcher Trevor May, and right-handed pitcher Tyler Duffey. They made their big offseason move when they added former American League MVP third baseman Josh Donaldson on a four-year contract. Next, they made some more minor league contract signings including right-handed pitchers Austin Adams and Alec Asher. They finished their offseason taking part in that big trade that brought the house down, acquiring right-handed pitcher Kenta Maeda for pitching prospect Brusdar Graterol.