In 2016, second baseman Brian Dozier became the thirteenth player to hit at least 30 home runs in a season for the Twins since they became, well, the Twins. Four players did so in the franchise's days as the original Washington Senators - Roy Sievers in 1957 and '58, Jim Lemon in 1959 and '60, and two guys who went on to do it again once the team moved to Minnesota. I'd tell you their names, but this is a quiz and I've already given you one answer.
I've arranged the players in chronological order, listing the year or years they hit 30 homers. They don't need to be answered in order, however, and last names are all that are required. Also, if you're not sure how to spell a player's last name, just give it your best try. I wrote in a number of possible misspellings for each name into the guts of the quiz so, for instance, if you type in "d-o-z-e-i-r" you will still get credit for "Dozier".
Below the quiz there is a poll in which to log your score. Also, when commenting, try to remember to use the spoiler-proofing black bar feature over relevant names in case someone who hasn't taken the quiz yet accidentally skips straight to the comments. Hey, it's happened.