The new "partner league" relationship brings up some red flags.
The pieces already on the team will dictate much of the future strategy though.
Seems like this should have already happened, doesn’t it?
Many players were cut from major league rosters this past week and I found there were many surprising names that entered free agency. Why are teams willingly letting these players go?
If last year is any indication, Miguel Sano is not cut out for the job.
Believe it or not, this list is not just "Willians Astudillo".
The Twins somehow managed to exceed and disappoint, the Red Sox dominated, and analytics started to rub me the wrong way
Baseball isn’t being played how it was a decade ago and some people can’t handle that. Stop.
The front office has plans in place to make sure their wayward third baseman stays on track this winter.
Paul Molitor’s dismissal inspires definite idea from St. Paul man.
Cleveland is leading the AL Central, but they aren’t even that good. Should the Twins tried to catch them?