The Twins last month led MLB in extra-base hits and tied for most home runs to right field.
The impressive start has established that the first-place Twins’ plan for 2019 is working.
Chef Gerard Klass and his wife Brittney are the first Black husband-wife duo with a concessions stand at the Minnesota Twins ballpark.
Opening day for Major League Baseball is March 28 at Target Field, believe it or not.
Second-year Batting Coach James Rowson and first-year Pitching Coach Garvin Alston both told the MSR in separate interviews during the team’s last homestand last month that the remaining three and half weeks of games will serve as foundation-building opportunities for 2019.
The Twins have truly struggled to this point despite winning nine of 11 at home going into the All-Star break hot.
At a recent Friday night at the Minnesota Twins ballpark, a Black father and his son attended their first ball game of the summer.
“No regrets,” Alston continued. “The only regret honestly is not being around my family as much. My son [Garvin Jr.] is in college right now, and my daughter [Jayla] is about to go to college. And not around my wife as much, that’s the only regret.”
This year’s Jackie Robinson Day (April 15), annually celebrated with each MLB player, coach and manager wearing Robinson’s number 42, was snowed out locally. However, the fact is, baseball doesn’t look that much different now than when Robinson played over seven decades ago, and that remains a concern. Nine days before his death in October […]
The two people I first met who made me feel welcomed when I became a Minnesota Twins beat writer in 2001 were Ray Cook, a longtime guard outside the home team’s clubhouse, and Margaret Imhoff, who worked in the press box. Cook retired a few years ago shortly after the team moved into its present […]