Second-year infielder Luis Arraez could bat leadoff and says he wants to reach double digits in home runs this season for the Twins. Last season, he made his debut on May 18 and a month later was on the team for good.
The Twins won 101 games last year, and they are a much better team right now than they were last January, or even last July.
The Twins could be more potent than last year's offense that set an MLB record with 307 home runs. But which projected starting position player has the most to prove?
Last spring, ESPN had 31 experts across their baseball departments pick who they thought would win the AL Central, and only three picked the Twins while the remaining 28 picked the Indians.
The Twins' incumbent left fielder is getting used to feeling slighted, but he's also good at channeling any frustration into his game.
If you want to be known as a family game, you have to have prices that appeal to families. The Twins are doing just that.
Brusdar Graterol's world-class velocity has made him the Twins' top pitching prospect for the past couple of years. The Twins have decided how to use him, for now.
Justin Morneau, who won an American League MVP award for the Twins in 2006 and almost won another two years later, is the newest member of the team's Hall of Fame.
All nine players projected to be in the Opening Day starting lineup had an on-base-plus-slugging (OPS) number above the American League average in 2019.
Fred Guerrero continues to spot, develop talent in the Dominican Republic and Latin America.
Marwin Gonzalez was a key member of the 2017 Astros, the team at the heart of baseball's sign-stealing scandal. And other ex-Twins could have felt an impact from what happened.
Chiefs QB Patrick Mahomes and 49ers coach Kyle Shanahan were born here when their dads were working for the Twins and Gophers.
Josh Donaldson, who owns the highest batting average, on-base percentage and slugging percentage of any Twins opponent, signed the largest free-agent contract in team history.
Josh Donaldson has a .373 batting average, .464 on-base percentage and .819 slugging percentage with 10 homers in 22 games at Target Field
The Twins signed 34-year old third baseman Josh Donaldson with the largest free-agent contract in team history at $92 million guaranteed over four seasons.
The potential effects of adding three-time All-Star and former MVP Josh Donaldson to the Twins are almost too numerous to track. Here's a look.
In an interview with an Atlanta TV station, Donaldson offered that one reason he signed with the Twins is that, “Obviously I’ve hit really well there at their stadium.”
Twins general manager Thad Levine said the Twins haven't given up on supplementing the starting rotation, and that the team is looking to "stimulate some more conversations" on the trade market.
Electronic sign stealing will become MLB's new steroids nightmare if what happened in Houston wasn't an isolated instance involving a rogue organization. Baseball's integrity is at stake.
No mere pitching shortage can dent the laid-back serenity of the Twins' manager. Especially since Baldelli doesn't believe that one really exists.