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2011 Minnesota Twins season

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

2011 Minnesota Twins
Minnesota Twins Insignia.svg
Major League affiliations
Location
Results
Record63–99 (.389)
Divisional place5th
Other information
Owner(s)Jim Pohlad
General manager(s)Bill Smith
Manager(s)Ron Gardenhire
Local televisionFox Sports North
(Dick Bremer, Bert Blyleven)
Local radio1500 AM ESPN Radio Twin Cities (KSTP-AM)
(John Gordon, Dan Gladden, Jack Morris, Kris Atteberry, Ted Robinson, Bob Kurtz)
StatsESPN.com
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The 2011 Minnesota Twins season was the 51st season for the franchise in Minnesota, and the 111th overall in the American League. The team drew 3,168,107 fans during the year. The Twins had a poor season, falling from first place the year before to last in 2011.

Regular season

Longtime Twins pitcher and broadcaster Bert Blyleven was elected to the Hall of Fame on January 5, and inducted on July 24.

On May 3, on a 42-degree Chicago Tuesday night, Francisco Liriano hurled the Twins' fifth no-hitter, closing down the White Sox. He struck out two and walked six on 123 pitches, but won 1-0.[1] Liriano's gem follows previous no-hitters by Jack Kralick (1962), Dean Chance (1967), Scott Erickson (1994) and Eric Milton (1999). To date, the Twins have been no-hit four times in their history.

The Twins opened their June 21 game against the San Francisco Giants and Madison Bumgarner with four singles and four doubles.[2] The eight consecutive hits to open a game tied a major league record. After Ben Revere collected his second hit of the inning, Bumgarner was lifted.

Only Michael Cuddyer represented the Twins at the All-Star Game. As a reserve outfielder, he was inserted at first base for two innings and went 0 for 1.[3]

Slugger Jim Thome belted career homers number 599 and 600 on August 15.[4] He was just the eighth player in history to reach 600. Six days later at Target Field, Thome on the diamond with New York's Alex Rodriguez marked the first time since July 17, 1973 that two 600-home-run club members squared off—on that date it was Willie Mays and Hank Aaron.

A Twins first happened on September 6, when Chris Parmelee, Joe Benson and Liam Hendriks each made their major league debut in the same game. Starting pitcher Hendriks took the loss, striking out 4 but giving up four hits and all three Chicago White Sox runs. Parmelee's 2-for-4 night topped Benson's 0-for 3.[5]

At season's end, closer Joe Nathan finished with 260 Minnesota saves, topping Rick Aguilera's club record of 254. Nathan signed as a free agent with the Texas Rangers in November.

Season standings

AL Central W L Pct. GB Home Road
Detroit Tigers 95 67 0.586 50–31 45–36
Cleveland Indians 80 82 0.494 15 44–37 36–45
Chicago White Sox 79 83 0.488 16 36–45 43–38
Kansas City Royals 71 91 0.438 24 40–41 31–50
Minnesota Twins 63 99 0.389 32 33–48 30–51


Record vs opponents

Team BAL BOS CWS CLE DET KC LAA MIN NYY OAK SEA TB TEX TOR NL
Baltimore 8–10 4–4 2–5 5–5 5–4 3–6 6–2 5–13 4–5 4–2 9–9 1–5 6–12 7–11
Boston 10–8 2–4 4–6 5–1 5–3 6–2 5–2 12–6 6–2 5–4 6–12 4–6 10–8 10–8
Chicago 4–4 4–2 11–7 5–13 7–11 2–6 9–9 2–6 6–4 7–2 4–4 4–4 3–4 11–7
Cleveland 5–2 6–4 7–11 6–12 12–6 3–6 11–7 3–4 5–2 5–4 2–4 1–9 3–4 11–7
Detroit 5–5 1–5 13–5 12–6 11–7 3–4 14–4 4–3 5–5 4–6 6–1 6–3 4–2 7–11
Kansas City 4–5 3–5 11–7 6–12 7–11 7–3 8–10 3–3 4–5 5–3 2–5 2–6 4–3 5–13
Los Angeles 6–3 2–6 6–2 6–3 4–3 3–7 6–3 4–5 8–11 12–7 4–4 7–12 5–5 13–5
Minnesota 2–6 2–5 9–9 7–11 4–14 10–8 3–6 2–6 4–4 3–5 3–7 5–3 1–5 8–10
New York 13–5 6–12 6–2 4–3 3–4 3–3 5–4 6–2 6–3 5–4 9–9 7–2 11–7 13–5
Oakland 5–4 2–6 4–6 2–5 5–5 5–4 11–8 4–4 3–6 9–10 5–2 6–13 5–5 8–10
Seattle 2–4 4–5 2–7 4–5 6–4 3–5 7–12 5–3 4–5 10–9 4–6 4–15 3–6 9–9
Tampa Bay 9–9 12–6 4–4 4–2 1–6 5–2 4–4 7–3 9–9 2–5 6–4 4–5 12–6 12–6
Texas 5–1 6–4 4–4 9–1 3–6 6–2 12–7 3–5 2–7 13–6 15–4 5–4 4–6 9–9
Toronto 12–6 8–10 4–3 4–3 2–4 3–4 5–5 5–1 7–11 5–5 6–3 6–12 6–4 8–10


Roster

2011 Minnesota Twins
Roster
Pitchers Catchers

Infielders

Outfielders

Designated hitters

Manager

Coaches

Game log

Legend
Twins Win Twins Loss Postponed
2011 Game Log
April (9–17)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
1 April 1 @ Blue Jays 13–3 Romero (1–0) Pavano (0–1) 47,984 0–1
2 April 2 @ Blue Jays 6–1 Drabek (1–0) Liriano (0–1) 27,194 0–2
3 April 3 @ Blue Jays 4–3 Blackburn (1–0) Cecil (0–1) Nathan (1) 35,505 1–2
4 April 4 @ Yankees 4–3 Nova (1–0) Baker (0–1) Rivera (3) 40,311 1–3
5 April 5 @ Yankees 5–4 (10) Capps (1–0) Logan (0–1) Nathan (2) 40,267 2–3
April 6 @ Yankees Postponed (rain); Makeup: 9/19
6 April 7 @ Yankees 4–3 Burnett (2–0) Liriano (0–2) Rivera (4) 41,512 2–4
7 April 8 Athletics 2–1 Pavano (1–1) Anderson (0–1) Nathan (3) 40,714 3–4
8 April 9 Athletics 1–0 Gonzalez (2–0) Blackburn (1–1) Fuentes (2) 39,936 3–5
9 April 10 Athletics 5–3 McCarthy (1–0) Baker (0–2) Fuentes (3) 38,484 3–6
10 April 12 Royals 4–3 (10) Hughes (1–0) Tejeda (0–1) 38,154 4–6
11 April 13 Royals 10–5 Davies (1–0) Liriano (0–3) Jeffress (1) 36,286 4–7
12 April 14 @ Rays 4–3 (10) Farnsworth (1–0) Capps (1–1) 10,042 4–8
13 April 15 @ Rays 5–2 Davis (1–2) Blackburn (1–2) Farnsworth (3) 15,342 4–9
14 April 16 @ Rays 4–3 Cruz (1–0) Nathan (0–1) 16,428 4–10
15 April 17 @ Rays 4–2 Duensing (1–0) Hellickson (1–2) Capps (1) 22,426 5–10
16 April 18 @ Orioles 5 – 3 Liriano (1–3) Tillman (0–2) Capps (2) 13,138 6–10
17 April 19 @ Orioles 11–0 Arrieta (2–1) Pavano (1–2) 12,045 6–11
18 April 20 @ Orioles 5–4 Britton (3–1) Blackburn (1–3) Gregg (2) 13,825 6–12
19 April 21 @ Orioles 3–1 Baker (1–2) Guthrie (1–3) Capps (3) 16,769 7–12
April 22 Indians Postponed (rain); Makeup: 7/18
20 April 23 Indians 10–3 Duensing (2–0) Carmona (1–3) 39,459 8–12
21 April 24 Indians 4–3 Pavano (2–2) Pérez (2–1) Capps (4) 39,388 9–12
April 26 Rays Postponed (rain); Makeup: 4/28
22 April 27 Rays 8–3 Davis (3–2) Liriano (1–4) 36,714 9–13
23 April 28 Rays 15–3 Hellickson (2–2) Blackburn (1–4) 38,215 9–14
24 April 28 Rays 6–1 Niemann (1–3) Swarzak (0–1) 36,456 9–15
25 April 29 @ Royals 4–3 Wood (1–0) Burnett (0–1) Soria (6) 31,407 9–16
26 April 30 @ Royals 11–2 Adcock (1–0) Duensing (2–1) 22,099 9–17
May (8–19)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
27 May 1 @ Royals 10–3 Hochevar (3–3) Pavano (2–3) 18,108 9–18
28 May 3 @ White Sox 1–0 Liriano (2–4) Jackson (2–4) 20,901 10–18
29 May 4 @ White Sox 3–2 Blackburn (2–4) Danks (0–5) Capps (5) 18,028 11–18
30 May 6 @ Red Sox 9–2 Baker (2–2) Wakefield (0–1) 37,798 12–18
31 May 7 @ Red Sox 4–0 Buchholz (3–3) Duensing (2–2) 37,234 12–19
32 May 8 @ Red Sox 9–5 Matsuzaka (3–3) Pavano (2–4) 37,526 12–20
33 May 9 @ Red Sox 2–1 Okajima (1–0) Hoey (0–1) 37,276 12–21
34 May 10 Tigers 10–2 Porcello (3–2) Liriano (2–5) 38,949 12–22
35 May 11 Tigers 9–7 Benoit (1–2) Capps (1–2) Valverde (8) 38,938 12–23
36 May 13 Blue Jays 2–0 Romero (3–4) Burnett (0–2) Francisco (3) 38,809 12–24
37 May 14 Blue Jays 9–3 (11) Rauch (2–2) Perkins (0–1) 39,934 12–25
38 May 15 Blue Jays 11–3 Morrow (2–2) Duensing (2–3) 39,301 12–26
39 May 16 @ Mariners 5–2 Pineda (5–2) Baker (2–3) 14,859 12–27
40 May 17 @ Mariners 2–1 Liriano (3–5) Hernández (4–4) Capps (6) 16,015 13–27
41 May 18 @ Athletics 4–3 (10) Nathan (1–1) Fuentes (1–4) Capps (7) 15,355 14–27
42 May 19 @ Athletics 11–1 Blackburn (3–4) Ross (3–3) 22,320 15–27
43 May 20 @ Diamondbacks 8–7 Kennedy (5–1) Duensing (2–4) Paterson (1) 27,450 15–28
44 May 21 @ Diamondbacks 9–6 Heilman (3–0) Capps (1–3) Putz (11) 39,776 15–29
45 May 22 @ Diamondbacks 3–2 Hudson (5–5) Burnett (0–3) Putz (12) 31,017 15–30
46 May 23 Mariners 8–7 (10) Wright (1–1) Swarzak (0–2) League (11) 37,498 15–31
47 May 24 Mariners 4–2 Blackburn (4–4) Fister (2–5) 37,691 16–31
48 May 25 Mariners 3–0 Bédard (3–4) Duensing (2–5) League (12) 38,860 16–32
49 May 27 Angels 6–5 Downs (3–1) Hoey (0–2) Walden (11) 38,976 16–33
50 May 28 Angels 1–0 (10) Burnett (1–3) Takahashi (1–1) 39,824 17–33
51 May 29 Angels 6–5 Haren (5–3) Pavano (2–5) Walden (12) 39,867 17–34
52 May 30 @ Tigers 6–5 Alburquerque (2–1) Burnett (1–4) Valverde (13) 30,198 17–35
53 May 31 @ Tigers 8–7 Alburquerque (3–1) Dumatrait (0–1) Benoit (2) 22,649 17-36
June (17–9)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
54 June 1 @ Tigers 4–2 Porcello (5–3) Baker (2–4) Valverde (14) 24,363 17–37
55 June 2 @ Royals 8–2 Swarzak (1–2) O'Sullivan (2–5) 14,584 18–37
56 June 3 @ Royals 5–2 Pavano (3–5) Duffy (0–1) 32,443 19–37
57 June 4 @ Royals 7–2 Blackburn (5–4) Hochevar (3–6) 27,861 20–37
58 June 5 @ Royals 6–0 Duensing (3–5) Francis (2–6) 21,704 21–37
59 June 6 @ Indians 6–4 Baker (3–4) Tomlin (7–3) Capps (8) 15,278 22–37
60 June 7 @ Indians 1–0 Carrasco (5–3) Liriano (3–6) C. Perez (15) 15,498 22–38
61 June 8 @ Indians 3–2 (10) Capps (2–3) C. Perez (2–2) Dumatrait (1) 15,849 23–38
62 June 9 Rangers 5–4 Hoey (1–2) Lowe (1–1) 38,761 24–38
63 June 10 Rangers 9–3 Wilson (7–3) Duensing (3–6) 38,907 24–39
64 June 11 Rangers 8–1 Baker (4–4) Lewis (5–7) 40,420 25–39
65 June 12 Rangers 6–1 Liriano (4–6) Harrison (5–6) 39,281 26–39
June 14 White Sox Postponed (rain); Makeup: 9/5
66 June 15 White Sox 4–1 Pavano (4–5) Floyd (6–6) 37,437 27–39
67 June 16 White Sox 1–0 Blackburn (6–4) Buehrle (6–5) Capps (9) 39,484 28–39
68 June 17 Padres 6–5 Duensing (4–6) Richard (2–9) Capps (10) 39,205 29–39
69 June 18 Padres 1–0 Baker (5–4) Stauffer (2–5) Capps (11) 40,225 30–39
70 June 19 Padres 5–4 Burnett (2–4) Qualls (3–3) 40,655 31–39
71 June 21 @ Giants 9–2 Pavano (5–5) Bumgarner (3–9) 41,958 32–39
72 June 22 @ Giants 5–1 Vogelsong (5–1) Blackburn (6–5) 41,886 32–40
73 June 23 @ Giants 2–1 Lincecum (6–6) Duensing (4–7) Wilson (21) 42,481 32–41
74 June 24 @ Brewers 4–3 Wolf (6–4) Baker (5–5) Axford (20) 39,819 32–42
75 June 25 @ Brewers 11–1 Gallardo (9–4) Liriano (4–7) 43,980 32–43
76 June 26 @ Brewers 6–2 Narveson (5–5) Pavano (5–6) 41,624 32–44
77 June 27 Dodgers 15–0 Billingsley (7–6) Blackburn (6–6) 39,487 32–45
78 June 28 Dodgers 6–4 Duensing (5–7) Lilly (5–8) Capps (12) 39,755 33–45
79 June 29 Dodgers 1–0 Baker (6–5) De La Rosa (3–3) Capps (13) 39,655 34–45
July (15–13)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
80 July 1 Brewers 6–4 Liriano (5–7) Gallardo (9–5) 40,812 35–45
81 July 2 Brewers 8–7 Saito (1–1) Capps (2–4) Axford (21) 41,378 35–46
82 July 3 Brewers 9–7 Dumatrait (1–1) Loe (2–7) Perkins (1) 41,195 36–46
83 July 4 Rays 7–0 Duensing (6–7) Price (8–7) 39,528 37–46
84 July 5 Rays 3–2 Baker (7–5) Shields (8–6) Perkins (2) 38,613 38–46
85 July 6 Rays 12–5 Howell (2–1) Burnett (2–5) 39,841 38–47
86 July 7 @ White Sox 6–2 Pavano (6–6) Humber (8–5) 26,395 39–47
87 July 8 @ White Sox 8–5 Blackburn (7–6) Floyd (6–9) Capps (14) 27,737 40–47
88 July 9 @ White Sox 4–3 Crain (5–2) Mijares (0–1) 30,055 40–48
89 July 10 @ White Sox 6–3 Swarzak (2–2) Peavy (4–3) Capps (15) 30,042 41–48
All-Star Break: National League defeats American League 5–1.
90 July 14 Royals 8–4 Liriano (6–7) Chen (5–3) 39,584 42–48
91 July 15 Royals 2–1 Collins (4–4) Capps (2–5) Soria (16) 39,177 42–49
92 July 16 Royals 4–3 Perkins (1–1) Francis (3–11) Nathan (4) 41,295 43–49
93 July 17 Royals 4–3 Duensing (7–7) Paulino (1–3) Nathan (5) 38,786 44–49
94 July 18 Indians 5–2 Huff (1–0) Swarzak (2–3) Pestano (2) 39,768 44–50
95 July 18 Indians 6–3 Carmona (5–10) Diamond (0–1) 38,491 44–51
96 July 19 Indians 2–1 Perkins (2–1) Perez (2–5) 38,473 45–51
97 July 20 Indians 7–5 Capps (3–5) Sipp (4–2) Nathan (6) 39,167 46–51
98 July 21 Tigers 6–2 Verlander (13–5) Pavano (6–7) 40,149 46–52
99 July 22 Tigers 8–2 Scherzer (11–5) Duensing (7–8) 40,691 46–53
100 July 23 Tigers 4–1 Baker (8–5) Penny (7–7) Nathan (7) 40,764 47–53
101 July 24 Tigers 5–2 Porcello (10–6) Liriano (6–8) Valverde (26) 40,789 47–54
102 July 25 @ Rangers 20–6 Holland (9–4) Blackburn (7–7) 35,573 47–55
103 July 26 @ Rangers 9–8 Perkins (3–1) Feliz (0–2) Nathan (8) 30,581 48–55
104 July 27 @ Rangers 7–2 Duensing (8–8) Lewis (10–8) 35,950 49–55
105 July 28 @ Rangers 4–1 Harrison (9–7) Baker (8–6) Feliz (21) 30,406 49–56
106 July 29 @ Athletics 9–5 Liriano (7–8) Gonzalez (9–8) 25,656 50–56
107 July 30 @ Athletics 8–3 Moscoso (4–5) Blackburn (7–8) 19,605 50–57
108 July 31 @ Athletics 7–3 McCarthy (4–5) Pavano (6–8) 22,452 50–58
August (7–21)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
109 August 2 @ Angels 5–1 Santana (7–8) Duensing (8–9) 37,565 50–59
110 August 3 @ Angels 11–4 Swarzak (3–3) Piñeiro (5–6) 35,555 51–59
111 August 4 @ Angels 7–1 Haren (12–6) Liriano (7–9) 40,365 51–60
112 August 5 White Sox 5–3 Buehrle (9–5) Blackburn (7–9) Sale (3) 41,364 51–61
113 August 6 White Sox 6–1 Stewart (1–1) Pavano (6–9) 41,030 51–62
114 August 7 White Sox 7–0 Peavy (5–5) Duensing (8–v10) 39,353 51–63
115 August 8 Red Sox 8–6 Aceves (8–1) Perkins (3–2) Papelbon (25) 40,080 51–64
116 August 9 Red Sox 4–3 Albers (4–3) Capps (3–6) Papelbon (26) 39,974 51–65
117 August 10 Red Sox 5–2 Perkins (4–2) Lester (11–6) Nathan (9) 40,491 52–65
118 August 12 @ Indians 3–2 R. Perez (5–2) Perkins (4–3) C. Perez (24) 31,364 52–66
119 August 13 @ Indians 3–1 Tomlin (12–5) Duensing (8–11) C. Perez (25) 30,619 52–67
August 14 @ Indians Postponed (rain); Makeup: 9/24
120 August 15 @ Tigers 9–6 Liriano (8–9) Porcello (11–8) Nathan (10) 36,211 53–67
121 August 16 @ Tigers 7–1 Verlander (18–5) Blackburn (7–10) 40,589 53–68
122 August 17 @ Tigers 6–5 Capps (4–6) Valverde (2–4) Nathan (11) 34,835 54–68
123 August 18 Yankees 8–4 Sabathia (17–7) Duensing (8–12) 41,126 54–69
124 August 19 Yankees 8–1 Hughes (4–4) Slowey (0–1) 41,328 54–70
125 August 20 Yankees 9–4 Liriano (9–9) Burnett (9–10) 41,254 55–70
126 August 21 Yankees 3–0 Nova (13–4) Dumatrait (1–2) Rivera (33) 41,242 55–71
127 August 22 Orioles 4–1 Britton (7–9) Pavano (6–10) Gregg (18) 38,986 55–72
128 August 23 Orioles 8–1 Simón (4–6) Duensing (8–13) 38,786 55–73
129 August 24 Orioles 6–1 Guthrie (6–16) Slowey (0–2) 37,778 55–74
130 August 25 Orioles 6–1 Reyes (7–10) Swarzak (3–4) 38,406 55–75
131 August 26 Tigers 8–1 Porcello (12–8) Diamond (0–2) 38,918 55–76
132 August 27 Tigers 6–4 Verlander (20–5) Pavano (6–11) Valverde (39) 40,179 55–77
133 August 28 Tigers 11–4 Duensing (9–13) Penny (9–10) 39,130 56–77
134 August 29 @ White Sox 3–0 Buehrle (11–6) Slowey (0–3) Santos (27) 24,120 56–78
135 August 30 @ White Sox 8–6 Ohman (1–3) Swarzak (3–5) Santos (28) 21,632 56–79
136 August 31 @ White Sox 7–6 Diamond (1–2) Peavy (6–7) Nathan (12) 20,346 57–79
September (6–20)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
137 September 2 @ Angels 13–5 Pavano (7–11) Chatwood (6–10) 37,198 58–79
138 September 3 @ Angels 10–6 Weaver (16–7) Dumatrait (1–3) 39,102 58–80
139 September 4 @ Angels 4–1 Piñeiro (6–6) Slowey (0–4) Walden (28) 36,638 58–81
140 September 5 White Sox 2–1 Humber (9–8) Swarzak (3–6) Sale (6) 40,252 58–82
141 September 5 White Sox 4–0 Stewart (2–3) Diamond (1–3) 39,849 58–83
142 September 6 White Sox 3–0 Peavy (7–7) Hendriks (0–1) Santos (29) 36,959 58–84
143 September 7 White Sox 5–4 Pavano (8–11) Danks (6–11) Nathan (13) 38,359 59–84
144 September 9 @ Tigers 8–4 Penny (10–10) Slowey (0–5) 35,996 59–85
145 September 10 @ Tigers 3–2 Alburquerque (6–1) Perkins (4–4) 38,567 59–86
146 September 11 @ Tigers 2–1 Fister (8–13) Diamond (1–4) Valverde (43) 36,972 59–87
147 September 13 @ Royals 4–0 Chen (11–7) Pavano (8–12) 25,253 59–88
148 September 14 @ Royals 7–3 Hochevar (11–11) Hendriks (0–2) Holland (3) 19,076 59–89
149 September 16 Indians 7–6 Jiménez (4–2) Slowey (0–6) C. Perez (33) 37,942 59–90
150 September 17 Indians 10–4 Gómez (4–2) Swarzak (3–7) 38,805 59–91
151 September 18 Indians 6–5 Masterson (12–10) Pavano (8–13) C. Perez (34) 37,012 59–92
152 September 19 @ Yankees 6–4 Wade (6–1) Diamond (1–5) Rivera (43) 40,045 59–93
153 September 20 Mariners 5–4 Vargas (9–13) Duensing (9–14) League (35) 35,995 59–94
154 September 21 Mariners 5–4 Jimenez (1–0) Slowey (0–7) League (36) 36,263 59–95
155 September 22 Mariners 3–2 Nathan (2–1) Delabar (1–1) 37,466 60–95
156 September 23 @ Indians 6–5 C. Perez (4–7) Capps (4–7) 36,807 60–96
157 September 24 @ Indians 8–2 Putnam (1–1) Liriano (9–10) 26,197 60–97
158 September 24 @ Indians 7–6 Hagadone (1–0) Mijares (0–2) 30,748 60–98
159 September 25 @ Indians 6–4 (10) Waldrop (1–0) Sipp (6–3) 22,539 61–98
160 September 26 Royals 7–3 Paulino (4–10) Slowey (0–8) 34,847 61–99
161 September 27 Royals 7–4 Swarzak (4–7) O'Sullivan (2–6) 34,228 62–99
162 September 28 Royals 1–0 Pavano (9–13) Wood (5–3) 36,488 63–99
No Hitter

Player stats

Batting

Player G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI AVG SB
Scott Baker 2 5 0 2 1 0 0 0 .400 0
Joe Benson 21 71 3 17 6 1 0 2 .239 2
Nick Blackburn 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0
Alex Burnett 7 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Drew Butera 93 234 19 39 9 1 2 23 .167 0
Matt Capps 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Alexi Casilla 97 323 52 84 21 4 2 21 .260 15
Michael Cuddyer 139 529 70 150 29 2 20 70 .284 11
Brian Dinkelman 23 73 5 22 1 0 0 4 .301 2
Brian Duensing 3 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0
Phil Dumatrait 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Jim Hoey 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Steve Holm 6 17 1 2 1 0 0 0 .118 0
Dusty Hughes 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Luke Hughes 96 287 31 64 12 0 7 30 .223 3
Jason Kubel 99 366 37 100 21 1 12 58 .273 1
Francisco Liriano 2 2 0 1 0 0 0 1 .500 0
Joe Mauer 82 296 38 85 15 0 3 30 .287 0
José Mijares 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Justin Morneau 69 264 19 60 16 0 4 30 .227 0
Joe Nathan 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Tsuyoshi Nishioka 68 221 14 50 5 0 0 19 .226 2
Chris Parmelee 21 76 8 27 6 0 4 14 .355 0
Carl Pavano 2 6 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0
Glen Perkins 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Trevor Plouffe 81 286 47 68 18 1 8 31 .238 3
Jason Repko 67 133 21 30 2 0 2 11 .226 7
Ben Revere 117 450 56 120 9 5 0 30 .267 34
René Rivera 45 104 9 15 3 0 1 5 .144 0
Kevin Slowey 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Denard Span 70 284 37 75 11 5 2 16 .264 6
Anthony Swarzak 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Jim Thome 71 206 21 50 12 0 12 40 .243 0
Matt Tolbert 87 207 22 41 10 2 0 11 .198 3
Rene Tosoni 60 172 20 35 7 1 5 22 .203 0
Danny Valencia 154 564 63 139 28 2 15 72 .246 2
Delmon Young 84 305 26 81 16 0 4 32 .266 1
Totals 162 5487 619 1357 259 25 103 572 .247 92

Pitching

Player W L ERA G GS SV IP R ER BB K
Scott Baker 8 6 3.14 23 21 0 134.2 50 47 32 123
Nick Blackburn 7 10 4.49 26 26 0 148.1 91 74 54 76
Alex Burnett 2 5 5.51 66 0 0 50.2 32 31 21 33
Matt Capps 4 7 4.25 69 0 15 65.2 31 31 13 34
Michael Cuddyer 0 0 0.00 1 0 0 1.0 0 0 1 0
Scott Diamond 1 5 5.08 7 7 0 39.0 25 22 17 19
Brian Duensing 9 14 5.23 32 28 0 161.2 102 94 52 115
Phil Dumatrait 1 3 3.92 45 0 1 41.1 22 18 25 29
Eric Hacker 0 0 0.00 2 0 0 5.1 1 0 4 2
Liam Hendriks 0 2 6.17 4 4 0 23.1 16 16 6 16
Jim Hoey 1 2 5.47 26 0 0 24.2 20 15 13 14
Dusty Hughes 1 0 9.95 15 0 0 12.2 14 14 8 11
Chuck James 0 0 6.10 8 0 0 10.1 7 7 4 8
Francisco Liriano 9 10 5.09 26 24 0 134.1 81 76 75 112
Jeff Manship 0 0 8.10 5 0 0 3.1 3 3 4 2
José Mijares 0 2 4.59 58 0 0 49.0 31 25 30 30
Joe Nathan 2 1 4.84 48 0 13 44.2 26 24 14 43
Lester Oliveros 0 0 4.05 10 0 0 13.1 6 6 7 9
Carl Pavano 9 13 4.30 33 33 0 222.0 123 106 40 102
Glen Perkins 4 4 2.48 65 0 2 61.2 19 17 21 65
Anthony Slama 0 0 0.00 2 0 0 2.1 0 0 2 3
Kevin Slowey 0 8 6.67 14 8 0 59.1 44 44 5 34
Anthony Swarzak 4 7 4.32 27 11 0 102.0 53 49 26 55
Kyle Waldrop 1 0 5.73 7 0 0 11.0 7 7 6 5
Totals 63 99 4.58 162 162 32 1421.2 804 724 480 940

Other post-season awards

Farm system

Level Team League Manager
AAA Rochester Red Wings International League Tom Nieto
AA New Britain Rock Cats Eastern League Jeff Smith
A Fort Myers Miracle Florida State League Jake Mauer
A Beloit Snappers Midwest League Nelson Prada
Rookie Elizabethton Twins Appalachian League Ray Smith
Rookie GCL Twins Gulf Coast League Ramon Borrego

References

  1. ^ "Twins 1, White Sox 0". Baseball-Reference.com. Retrieved February 17, 2016.
  2. ^ "Twins 9, Giants 2". Baseball-Reference.com. Retrieved February 17, 2016.
  3. ^ "2011 All-Star Game". Baseball-Reference.com. Retrieved February 19, 2016.
  4. ^ "Jim Thome Hits 600th". ESPN.com.
  5. ^ "3 Twins Make Debuts". Baseball-Reference.com. Retrieved February 18, 2016.
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