Meet new 2011 Twins number 87, Lester Oliveros.
You're going to see the hated Yankees play the Twins this weekend. Do you boo? Do you sit on your hands? We have your answers.
Taking a look at Mauer's recent success at the plate and searching for the source of that success. Here's a hit: balls in play.
Looking into Tsuyoshi Nishioka, who's coming along as a left-handed hitter...and still struggling from the other side.
Alexi Casilla had a miserable start to the season, but from the end of May through the All-Star Break, he's been one of the hottest hitting middle infielders in the game.
Michael Cuddyer will be heavily discussed in trade talks this summer and free agent rumors this offseason. We look at Cuddyer's dramatic platoon splits, which have him hitting like Albert Pujols against southpaws and like Alberto Callaspo against right-handers.
Kubel's accomplishments this season have been astounding, particularly in light of how terrible Minnesota's offense has been. But yesterday's heroics were even more impressive because they came off southpaw pitchers.
Over the last few seasons, Rene Tosoni hasn't been the sexy name of Twins outfield prospects. But he's been a good one all the same.