I've been writing about the Twins since March of 2005 when TwinsGeek set up the original Twins post-centered fan community, Twins Territory. Since November of 2005, TwinkieTown's inception, I've been the administrator and chief contributor for this community.
I have a great passion for baseball and for the Twins specifically, and this site is the perfect outlet for me. With all the members involved and all the different perspectives it's impossible to not learn something new on a regular basis, and I love the constant flow of input and ideas.
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The Twins took advantage when John Lackey opened the door, as Minnesota takes three of four from the Red Sox in Boston.
The Twins have a chance to take two of three from the Red Sox tonight, but they'll have to go through slack-jawed John Lackey to do it. Twinkie Town has him scouted.
After being the guy called upon as a stop gap outfield solution, the young Oswaldo Arcia has played himself into an everyday role by being productive. When players get healthy, he deserves to stick around.
When Mike Pelfrey gave Miguel Cabrera an easy take for ball four in the bottom of the sixth, Cabrera gave Pelfrey a bit of lip. It was a bit of attitude, and as satisfying as it would be to think...
Correia goes eight strong innings and Morneau goes yard as the Twins split the four-game set with the Rangers with a 5-0 win Sunday afternoon.
Twins miss out on a scoring opportunity in the eighth and drop game one of a long weekend set to the Rangers.
On a chilly evening at Target Field, both Vance Worley and Nick Tepesch are looking to better their seasons.
With the Twins in a push just to be competitive in 2013, franchise cornerstones Justin Morneau and Joe Mauer have been leading the team onto the field every single day.
Here's what you need to know about the Twins victory over the Marlins in the first half of today's double header.
Scott Diamond was much better on Sunday afternoon than he was in his first outing back on April 13th. Here's why.
Remember seeing your favorite player get beaned, then wanting him to take the pitcher yard in his next at-bat? Miguel Sano didn't have to wait that long.
If you're a Twins fan, you see good things in the future for this organization. And those good vibes all start with Minnesota's farm system. How could the Twins populate their roster in 2015 based solely off internal options?