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  • Braves' Fried injures ankle chasing bunt, leaves
    on September 24, 2020 at 3:30 am

    Braves ace and Cy Young Award contender Max Fried injured his ankle fielding a bunt and was forced to leave his final start of the regular season after just one inning.

  • MLB tabs independent Atlantic as 'partner league'
    on September 24, 2020 at 3:30 am

    Major League Baseball is making the independent Atlantic League its first "partner league," a distinction awarded as the expiration nears for MLB's agreement with the affiliated National Association of Professional Baseball Leagues.

  • Rays wrap up first AL East crown since 2010
    on September 24, 2020 at 3:30 am

    Randy Arozarena homered twice, and the Tampa Bay Rays clinched their first AL East title in 10 years with an 8-5 victory over the New York Mets on Wednesday.

  • Dodgers claim NL's top seed, another division title
    on September 24, 2020 at 3:30 am

    The Los Angeles Dodgers clinched the National League's top postseason seed and eighth straight division title with a 7-2 victory over the Oakland Athletics on Tuesday.

  • Francona set to join Indians' postseason bubble
    on September 24, 2020 at 3:30 am

    Cleveland Indians manager Terry Francona will not return to the dugout during the regular season but is slated to join the team's postseason bubble, president of baseball operations Chris Antonetti said Wednesday.

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History of Franchise
League: American League
Division: Central Division

Front office
Owner(s)Jim Pohlad
ManagerRocco Baldelli
General ManagerThad Levine
President of Baseball OperationsDerek Falvey

Arena/Stadium: Target Field

Major league titles
World Series titles: (3)
1924 1987 1991
AL Pennants: (6)
1924 1925 1933 1965 1987 1991
Central Division titles: (7)
2002 2003 2004 2006 2009 2010 2019
West Division titles: (4)
1969 1970 1987 1991
Wild card berths: (1) 2017


Minnesota Twins Podcasts
  • 9/20/20: Inside Twins
    on September 21, 2020 at 2:22 am

    The Minnesota Twins have clinched their 2020 Postseason bid and we asses this unique season with President of Baseball Operations Derek Falvey. With still more to accomplish this year, Derek breaks down how the Postseason Rosters, Taxi Squad and Bubble will work over the next couple of weeks. We also hear the Front Office’s take on Josh Donaldson’s interesting week as well as how a few Twins coming back from injury could make an impact in the Postseason.

  • 9/13/20: Inside Twins
    on September 13, 2020 at 8:44 pm

    There are just two weeks remaining in this very unique season, and Twins’ General Manager Thad Levine stops by “Inside Twins” to look at the sprint to the finish. The Twins have been one of the best teams at home this season, Thad discusses the Target Field advantage – even with no fans. With the team on track for the postseason, what will the playoffs look like logistically? He dives into the layers of the bubble scenario. That and more on this week’s program.

  • 9/6/20: Inside Twins
    on September 6, 2020 at 6:06 pm

    Mike Bell knew there would be a learning curve for himself, the players and the staff, when he became the Twins bench coach this season. He joins Kris Atteberry for this week’s “Inside Twins” to discuss the fit, and how this season’s team is more than just “Bomba’s”. The Twins will see Cincinnati in a couple of weeks, which means a reunion of the Bell brothers, as David is the Reds’ skipper. What happened the last time the two of them were on the field together? Find out on this week’s show!

  • 8/30/20: Inside Twins
    on August 30, 2020 at 4:58 pm

    It’s a trade deadline edition of “Inside Twins” when General Manager Thad Levine joins Cory Provus. With the deadline set for 3pm central on Monday, Thad discusses the multiple layers going into possible deals, including the impact of the extended playoff format this season. He says the team is set to receive a big boost – but in the form of guys like Donaldson, Buxton and Odorizzi returning from the injured list. Thad also reflects on the decision by the team to not play last Thursday as a way to push for racial and equality.

  • 8/23/20: Inside Twins
    on August 23, 2020 at 5:30 pm

    A tough ending to the week, with a ton of roster moves and guys landing on the injured list. Twins’ President of Baseball Operations Derek Falvey joins Kris Atteberry on “Inside Twins” to discuss the various moves and provide updates on the injured players including Homer Bailey and Josh Donaldson. Derek likes the depth his team has beyond the 28 guys on the active roster, and the promotion and success of Ryan Jeffers is a prime example. Plus, the trade deadline is approaching at the end of the month, and Falvey looks at several variables which will be in play this season.

Minnesota Twins All Time Home Runs

1. Harmon Killebrew 559
2. Kent Hrbek 293
3. Bob Allison 256
4. Justin Morneau 221
5. Tony Oliva 220
6. Torii Hunter 214
7. Kirby Puckett 207
8. Gary Gaetti 201
9. Roy Sievers 180
10. Brian Dozier 167

Minnesota Twins All Time Runs Batted In

1. Harmon Killebrew 1540
2. Kent Hrbek 1086
3. Kirby Puckett 1085
4. Sam Rice 1044
5. Mickey Vernon 1026
6. Joe Judge 1001
7. Tony Oliva 947
8. Goose Goslin 932
9. Joe Mauer 923
10. Justin Morneau 860

Minnesota Twins All Time Batting Average

1. Rod Carew .334
2. Heinie Manush .328
3. Goose Goslin .323
Sam Rice .323
5. Lyman Bostock .318
Kirby Puckett .318
7. John Stone .317
8. Cecil Travis .314
9. Paul Molitor .312
10. Shane Mack .309

Minnesota Twins All Time Wins

1. Walter Johnson 417
2. Jim Kaat 190
3. Bert Blyleven 149
4. Brad Radke 148
5. Camilo Pascual 145
6. Jim Perry 128
7. Dutch Leonard 118
8. Firpo Marberry 117
9. Frank Viola 112
10. Casey Patten 106

Minnesota Twins All Time Strikeouts

1. Walter Johnson 3509
2. Bert Blyleven 2035
3. Camilo Pascual 1885
4. Jim Kaat 1851
5. Brad Radke 1467
6. Johan Santana 1381
7. Frank Viola 1214
8. Jim Perry 1025
9. Dave Goltz 887
10. Tom Hughes 884

Minnesota Twins All Time Earned Run Average

1. Walter Johnson 2.17
2. Doc Ayers 2.64
3. Dean Chance 2.67
4. Cy Falkenberg 2.69
5. Harry Harper 2.75
6. Charlie Smith 2.77
7. Bert Gallia 2.83
8. Joe Boehling 2.86
9. Stan Coveleski 2.98
10. Tom Hughes 3.02

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