Minnesota Twins

  • Washington Nationals / Senators (1901-1960)
  • Kansas City Blues (1894-1900)

  

  • American League (since 1901) Western Division (1969-1993)
  • Central Division (since 1994)
  • World Series (3): 1924, 1987, 1991
  • American League titles (6): 1924, 1925, 1933, 1965, 1987, 1991
  • Central Division titles ( 6): 1924, 1925, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2006, 2009, 2010
  • West division title (4): 1969, 1970, 1987, 1991

The Minnesota Twins are a Major League Baseball team from Minneapolis, Minnesota. They play in the Central Division of the American League. The team is owned by the resident of Minnesota businessman Jim Pohlad, who in January 2009, the business took over after the death of his father, Carl Pohlad, including the Twins. Their home games discharged from the Twins from 2010 in Target Field in Minneapolis.

As Kansas City Blues in 1894, the team moved in 1900 to Washington, DC to and became the Washington Senators until they relocated to Minneapolis in 1961 and assumed its present name. In addition to three World Series titles (1924, 1987, 1991 ), they were six times best team in the American League ( last time in 1991 ) and won ten division titles (most recently 2010).

  • 4.1 Current
  • 4.2 Stadium History
  • 5.1 Players
  • 5.2 Manager
  • 5.3 functionary
  • 8.1 Official team name
  • 8.2 Nicknames

Standings from the last few years

The colored cells describe their own performance in the AL Central, the numbers in parentheses are the distances to the other teams at the end of the season. WC = Wild Card reaches ALDS = AL Division Series, ALCS reached = AL Championship Series AL = AL Pennant ( lost World Series ), WSC = World Series Champion

Name

The name " Minnesota Twins " instead of " Minneapolis ", where the team actually plays stems from the fact that the team intends to use the two twin cities (English: "twin cities" ) Minneapolis and St. Paul ( and thereby the throughout the American state of Minnesota) to represent. The name "Twins " is derived from the "Twin Cities" from ( Minneapolis and St. Paul are only separated by the Mississippi River). This is symbolized in the form of the stylized letters logos "TC" ( Twin Cities ) on the home baseball caps.

Awards

MVP 's

Most Valuable Player winners

Cy Young winner

World Series MVP

League Championship Series MVP

All-Star Game MVP

Manager of the Year

Rookie of the Year

Batting Champions

Silver Slugger winners

Triple Crown winners

Gold Glove winner

Fireman of the Year

Reliever of the Year

  • 2005 - Joe Nathan (divided)

Stadium

Current

Target Field (from 2010)

  • Capacity: 000000000040000.000000000040.000
  • Dimensions:
  • Surface: Grass

Stadium history

In Washington, D.C.

In Minnesota

Members of the Baseball Hall of Fame

Player

Manager

Functionary

Jersey numbers that are no longer awarded

Minor league teams of the Minnesota Twins

  • AAA Rochester Red Wings, Rochester, New York
  • AA: New Britain skirt Cats, New Britain, Connecticut
  • Advanced A: Ft. Myers Miracle, Fort Myers, Florida
  • A: Beloit Snappers, Beloit, Wisconsin
  • Rookie: Elizabethton Twins, Elizabethton, Tennessee
  • Rookie: Gulf Coast Twins, Fort Myers, Florida
  • Rookie: Venezuelan Summer League Twins, Venezuela

Team name

Official team name

Nicknames

In Washington, D.C.

  • Washington
  • Washington Americans
  • Nats
  • Senators (1905-1955)

In Minnesota

  • Twinkies