The 2019 Minnesota Twins are ready to take over the American League Central. When the Twins are racking up wins on the road, they’ll suiting up at Target Field. Speaking of suiting up, the Twins will be wearing new uniforms this season! Target Field offers fans breath taking views of the city and it’s hard to imagine, it’s already the tenth season in which the Twins call home.
The 2019 plan is to get back in the postseason and to get there, the Twins have hired Rocco Baldelli as their manager. The additions didn’t stop there, during the offseason, the Twins added some firepower in slugger, Nelson Cruz. Twins fans will get to see one of league’s best home run hitters, as the 38-year-old All-Star is showing no signs of slowing down. Also, new to the Twins infield will be Jonathan Shoop and first baseman, C.J. Cron. However, one player Twins fans won’t see this season is Joe Mauer. Mauer has retired as one of the greatest Twins players of all time.
Back in the mix, outfielder, Eddie Rosario, has quietly become one of the baseball’s best all-around batters. The Twins are hopeful that their young core players such as Byron Buxton, Miguel Sano and Max Kepler get back on track in 2019.
Don’t sleep on the Twins’ pitching staff. Jose Berrios is one of baseball’s future stars. Jake Odorizzi will look to turn things around this season while the Twins also get back Michael Pineda from Tommy John surgery.
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