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Here’s what happening for Twins fans this season.
Bargains at Target Field
The Twins aren't conceding the 2014 season. Instead, Minnesota has cobbled together a roster of what some might call bargain basement players. These “moneyball” moves may not reap immediate success, but they certainly won’t tie up lots of money or roster spots for hot prospects in the Twins’ farm system. Former Yankee Phil Hughes has emerged as an ace for an otherwise underwhelming pitching staff. Brain Dozier and Trevor Plouffe have also been smart free agent acquisitions for the Twins. Dozier and Plouffe both hit for power and amount to much of Minnesota’s offensive threat.
Need More Mauers
For the Twins to get back to winning ways, the team will need to produce young stars through their farm system. Joe Mauer, from St Paul, Minnesota, was an excellent example of the Twins drafting a prospect and developing him through the minor leagues. The allure of quick fixes through free agency left Minnesota’s minor league cupboard bare for a while, but the Twins have started to once again focus on hot prospects.
Byron Buxton was the second overall pick in 2012. Baseball America ranked the center fielder the top prospect in all of baseball. Pitcher Alex Meyer is also a highly regarded minor leaguer in the Twins’ system. Players like Buxton and Meyer might get a chance to contribute this season for Minnesota. While they likely won’t fix the franchise immediately, these young stars will be the building blocks for a bright future in the Twin Cities.
Seeing a Game
Opened in 2010, Target Field offers outdoor baseball in Minnesota after 28 years of the Twins playing in the Metrodome. The stadium is cozy, with eccentric nooks and crannies in the outfield that mimic older ballparks. Located in downtown Minneapolis, getting to the game via public transportation is easy and the stadium is surrounded by bars and restaurants suited to any taste.
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