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Meet the 2023 Minnesota Twins: A veteran roster of familiar faces and fresh talent
Two things that were needed after the struggles of last year: More experience and increased versatility. Combine that with the healthy return of several players and the result is a very different roster.
Baseball brings its dramatic new look: Faster games, more action, kill off the 'dead time'
"Part of our job is to adapt to change, and to do it well," Twins manager Rocco Baldelli said. "That's never been more true than this year."
Clock ticking as pitchers find ways to work with, around baseball's new speed-up rules
Baseball's new rules will limit the time between pitches. So Twins pitchers have been adjusting during spring training — and countering by finding some novel ways to buy a few extra seconds.
Banning defensive shifts makes batters feel better. But will they really hit better?
New rules limiting where infielders can position themselves are being cheered by many players. But one former Twins star thinks the change could have more impact on their attitude than their statistics.
Baseball's new defensive rules favor athletic ability — and knowing your place on the field
The Twins used assorted shifts, which are now illegal, more often than most other teams. During the offseason, adding players with first-rate defensive skills became a priority. New rules are a big reason why.
American League power rankings: Astros pitching makes them team to beat
The defending World Series champions have a power-laden batting order as well as they prepare to defend their title.
National League power rankings: Can Mets still thrive without closer Edwin Diaz?
With Justin Verlander and Max Scherzer at the top of the rotation, New York should have the key ingredient to a great season.
Why will the Twins win 90-plus games in 2023? Start with who is not on the roster
After a busy offseason, the team has better players, top to bottom. Pitching and defense will be the Twins strength this summer as they contend in the American League.
Ninety wins for Twins? Here's why not: Weak lineup and average arms
Being at spring training can make a ballwriter giddy with optimism, but stuck in cold Minnesota, one is more realistic.
Two things Twins need to do less in 2023: Calling the bullpen, limping to training room
Early hooks on the mound and the constant injuries in the lineup took the life out of the Twins last summer. Fans should hope they won't be seeing a repeat this season.