6:12 AM EDT, Sat October 20, 2018
Minneapolis Star-Tribune 10 hours ago

Derek Shelton impresses Twins in their managerial search

The bench coach is one of the finalists to replace Paul Molitor.
Puckett's Pond 14 hours ago

Minnesota Twins announce 2018 season team awards

The Minnesota Twins have announced who will be receiving team awards such as Player of the Year, Best Pitcher, among other awards on Thursday. The Minnesota Twins announced Thursday the results of the franchise’s season awards as voted on by the Twin Cities chapter of the Baseball Writers Association of America. The award winners announced […] Minnesota Twins announce 2018 season team awards - Pucketts Pond - Pucketts Pond - A Minnesota Twins Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Twinkie Town 21 hours ago
What we know about these dark horse Twins managerial candidates

What we know about these dark horse Twins managerial candidates

There’s been a lot of analysis of names like Rocco Baldelli and James Rowson. There’s been less of these. Many names have been floated for the Twins managerial opening. And while there’s been plenty of discussion about in-house candidates like James Rowson or former major leaguers like David Ross and Rocco Baldelli, some other names have received scant attention. Twinkie Town looks at the dark horse candidates and weighs their pros and cons. NAME: Gritty CURRENT OCCUPATION: Mascot, Philadelphia Flyers. PROS: High visibility, very popular on social media, hates birds. CONS: A monster...

Eddie Rosario named Twins' MVP by Minnesota baseball writers; Jose Berrios, Joe Mauer also honored

Leading the Twins in a batch of offensive categories resulted in left fielder Eddie Rosario being named the team’s most valuable player by the local chapter of the Baseball Writers Association of America.
Twinkie Town Oct 18, 2018
Thursday Twins: Looking at the future of the pitching staff

Thursday Twins: Looking at the future of the pitching staff

The Twins will have money to spend, but should they spend it on a starter? Lets use some links to piece together the answer Derek Wetmore scribbled some numbers on the back of an envelope, and came up with the Twins having roughly $70 million to spend on free agents this off season. One place the Twins may or may not have to spend that money is starting pitching. Matthew Lenz at Zone Coverage looked at who could be in the starting rotation for the Twins next season. Do you think they need some free agent help, or should they roll with their current options? One of the long shots for the...