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.
This community has grown by leaps and bounds since it's debut, and I encourage anyone and everyone who stops by to participate in the discussion. Thanks for reading, and enjoy TwinkieTown 3.0!
Twins take the series from the Tigers with a late offensive push and a strong performance from their bullpen.
Could you possibly find a better baseball game in the history of the Twins organization than Game 7 of the 1991 World Series? No, you could not.
Justin Verlander blanks the Twins over five innings, striking out seven as he leads Detroit to an Opening Day win.
In the final round of Twinkie Town's prospect voting for 2013, readers have the opportunity to cast a vote for one of seven candidates. Who will you choose?
In a surprise confirmation from Ron Gardenhire this morning, it was announced that Joe Mauer will indeed hit second in the Minnesota Twins batting order.
With the last few cuts made and everyone else in camp hurt, the Twins pretty much have their Opening Day roster set. Tune into Twinkie Town to get the full breakdown.
Don't call it a comeback? Okay, maybe you should. Former Twin Kevin Slowey has made Miami's starting rotation.
As Vance Worley gets the nod for Opening Day, Twinkie Town thinks over the credentials of that position and also lists past Opening Day starters for the Twins.
Looking forward, the Twins still have some decent prospects for the community list even though we're now ranking the 20s.
With Luke Bard off the board, another 2012 draft selection take his place on Twinkie Town's prospect list for this season. Who's coming off the board next?
Ever wonder about park factors for minor league teams in the Twins organization? Look no further, friends. Details for the top for teams in the system are right here.
Twinkie Town adds a pair of recent first round picks to the ballot in Levi Michael and Alex Wimmers.
As forgettable as 2012 was for the Twins, Cole De Vries turned in a decent performance amongst a group of starters who were unexpectedly thrust into the Minnesota rotation. Does he have a chance at being one of the five out of spring training?
The ballot moves to five players: Luke Bard, Mason Melotakis, Hudson Boyd, Niko Goodrum and Adam Walker.
With two prospects in a smackdown position for number 13, Twinkie Town looks ahead to the 15th spot on their community prospect list.
Voters were split on the 13th-best prospect in the Minnesota farm system. Who takes home the non-existent trophy? YOU DECIDE.