2016 HotStoveMLB.com’s All Star Rosters Voted By Our Readers

Below is the All Star Starting Lineup and full rosters that has been voted by our HotStoveMLB.com readers. American League Starting Lineup P: Chris Sale, CWS C: Salvador Perez, KC … Continue Reading →

HotStoveMLB.com All Star Ballot – 2016 ALL Star Voting For The American And National League

Have you ever wanted to have a say in the All Star selections? Below is an All Star ballot that will be completed by you and other MLB fans that … Continue Reading →

Series Previews: Indians vs Tigers, Red Sox vs Rangers, Dodgers vs Pirates and Twins vs Yankees (videos)

Series Preview: Cleveland Indians vs. Detroit Tigers Series Preview: Boston Red Sox vs Texas Rangers Series Preview: Los Angeles Dodgers vs. Pittsburgh Pirates Series Preview: Minnesota Twins at New York … Continue Reading →

Series Preview: Minnesota Twins at Cleveland Indians

The Minnesota Twins head to Progressive Field to face the Cleveland Indians. Check out the video series preview below…  

Five hitters that are currently slumping

Similar to a hot streak, being on a cold streak is also pretty normal. There is no in between. You’re either on fire or you are ice cold. Okay, that … Continue Reading →

Nolasco is benefiting from tons of run support

How many pitchers have 100 career wins? If you know the answer, please let me know. What I DO know is that Minnesota Twins pitcher Ricky Nolasco is now a … Continue Reading →

Former Giants Prospect Boof Bonser Retires

First rumored by Boston Sports Life in January, Boof Bonser told Twinkie Town that he has retired from baseball, the 33-year-old last played professionally in 2013, when he pitched for … Continue Reading →

A Sample Size Of What The Twins Might Be in 2015

They say you can get an accurate read on well a team is after 30 games. Let’s cut that in half and let the judging begin after 15 on the … Continue Reading →

Best Of The Best: A Look At The Twins Top World Series Performances

The Minnesota Twins past four years felt like college without the fun. Four years of the front office, like parents, boasting about the potential the team/kid possessed. Four years of … Continue Reading →

Hicks’ Development Could Decide Two Positions For Twins

  Generally baseball managers like to build teams ‘up the middle’ with a catcher, middle infield, and centerfielder. For the Minnesota Twins, outside of second base, these positions have yet … Continue Reading →