Using baseball lingo, the Minnesota Twins this season hit its new “Gate 34 Experience” out of the ballpark, according to both team officials and local business owners.
Something is going on with the MLB product, and yes, it’s affecting the game.
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.
Conclusion a two-part column Despite its overall paucity of Blacks on the field, baseball has shown a significant increase in racial hiring off the field. According to the 2018 MLB Racial and Gender Report Card by The Institute for Diversity and Ethics in Sport (TIDES), nearly 34 percent of MLB Central Office professional staff are […]
MLB Commissioner Robert Manfred, Jr. was in town last week as part of the Minnesota Twins’ “Diversity Week.” He first spoke to a small group of reporters, including the MSR, then later before a reported 600 people who’d RSVP’d to the “Imagine if . . .” Diversity Celebration at the Twins Stadium’s Carew Atrium.
The Twins have truly struggled to this point despite winning nine of 11 at home going into the All-Star break hot.