Sergio Romo is exactly what the Twins bullpen needed. At age 36, he is no longer the splashy name fans were hoping for and, even at his dominant peak, he was never touching triple figures on the radar gun, but … Continue reading Twins Reliever Sergio Romo Unfiltered
In her 12 WNBA seasons, Sylvia Fowles has done just about everything. The Lynx center has tallied six All Star appearances, won two WNBA titles, captured both the Finals MVP and regular season MVP in 2017, and compiled three Defensive … Continue reading Q&A with Lynx Center Sylvia Fowles
As Twins fans have watched their team’s bullpen struggle over the last month, it was fitting the greatest closer in franchise history, Joe Nathan, was inducted into the Twins Hall of Fame last night. A key piece of the teams … Continue reading Joe Nathan Was Great. Really Great.
After posting a batting line of .233/.314/.418 (.732 OPS) while averaging 19 homers in his first three, full big league seasons, Max Kepler has blossomed in 2019. The “Twin from Berlin” has hit .263/.333/.527 (.860 OPS) while smacking 25 long … Continue reading Q&A with Twins OF Max Kepler
With Joe Mauer’s retirement, Kyle Gibson finds himself the senior member of our hometown team. And in a lot of ways, that’s fitting. Gibson’s career has included great promise, devastating injury, a surprising trip back to the minors and an … Continue reading Twins Starter Kyle Gibson Unfiltered
With the Twins at the All Star break and the Vikings weeks away from training camp, it’s a good time to check in with the Lynx. If you’ve lost touch with them since their last championship run in 2017, A … Continue reading Q&A with Lynx Center Alaina Coates
The term “relief ace” used to be reserved for the closer. The guy who entered at the beginning of the 9th inning when his team was winning by three or fewer runs to finish the game and get the save. … Continue reading Q&A with Twins Relief Ace Taylor Rogers