In Detail: Minnesota Twins

This is my 2nd post in my MLB In Detail pot series this April.  The Twins are going to stink, honestly.  If hey have any chance, it requires the Twins’ new acquisitions to do well.  Torii Hunter should definitely help out the Twins.  Ervin Santana will be a great rotation addition for the Twins.  Phil Hughes might still have something in him.  The old stars like Joe Mauer, Brian Dozier and Kurt Suzuki.  But, that’s all the Twins have.  A good team needs contribution from everybody on the team.  The Twins don’t have many guys contributing.  That’s why I can’t have high hopes for the Twins.  The Twins are ready for a rebuild.  Not completely, but a partial rebuild.  Feed on any good free agent you can get.  They can’t do that until the off season though.  There’s really not much else to it.  The Twins have a decent rotation, and some of their hitters contribute, but that’s not enough to be an effectively good team.  It’s definitely time for a rebuild. That’s it.  Wait, I forgot to include my Twins predictions. My prediction for the Twins is 5th place in the AL Central, having a 65-97 record being ranked 29th overall yet again  They were higher, but now I think the Astros and Padres will be a little better than I thought before, so itwent from 27th to 29th.  I mean, think about new acquisitions for the Astros and Padres.  The Astros have Matt Dominguez and Colby Rasmus and the Padres got James Shields, Wil Myers and Matt Kemp.  The Twins are not going to do much this season.

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