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Despite their status as a small market team, the Minnesota Twins have been one of the most consistently good teams in Major League Baseball over the past decade. They've won the AL Central division six of the past ten years, including the last two in a row. Last year they won an impressive 94 games, but fell to the New York Yankees in the first round of the playoffs for the second consecutive season. As always, expectations are high in the Twin Cities heading into 2011.
The Twins play their home games in Minneapolis, Minnesota at the newly constructed Target Field. The stadium, which replaced the Hubert H. Metrodome as the Twins home in 2010, offers a gorgeous view of downtown Minneapolis. Rod Gardenhire's squad is very deep, and headlined by hometown hero Joe Mauer. Justin Morneau, who missed much of last year with a concussion, is back and healthy, and his Triple Crown contending bat will provide plenty of protection for Mauer and company. The pitching staff is fronted by Francisco Liriano and Carl Pavano. The 2011 MLB Season is a wide-open race, and the Minnesota Twins, who are searching for their first appearance in the World Series since 1991, are once again serious contenders.
For the second consecutive season the Minnesota Twins won the AL Central and earned a spot in the playoffs. And for the second straight year, they were swept in the American League Divisional Series by the New York Yankees. With a winning record in nine of their past 10 seasons, expectations are still high in Minnesota for 2011, despite their recent struggles in the playoffs.
Hometown hero Joe Mauer is still behind the plate, and he'll be accompanied in the lineup by mainstays Delmon Young, Denard Span, and Michael Cuddyer. For the Twins to truly be successful, though, they'll slugging first baseman Justin Morneau to return fully recovered from the concussion issues that caused him to miss the end of last season. The pitching staff figures to be a strong suit, with elite ace Francisco Liriano headlining an experienced group of hurlers.
What was the record of the Minnesota Twins last year? 63 wins and 99 losses
The home stadium for the Minnesota Twins is? Target Field
What Hall of Famers were members of the Minnesota Twins? Bert Blyleven, Rod Carew and Harmon Killebrew
What division are the Minnesota Twins a part of? Central Division
How many World Series titles have the Minnesota Twins won? 3