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2019 Minnesota Twins season

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

2019 Minnesota Twins
American League Central Champions
Minnesota Twins Insignia.svg
Major League affiliations
Location
Results
Record101–61 (.623)
Divisional place1st
Other information
Owner(s)Jim Pohlad
President of Baseball OperationsDerek Falvey
General manager(s)Thad Levine
Manager(s)Rocco Baldelli
Local televisionFox Sports North
(Dick Bremer, Bert Blyleven, Justin Morneau) (Marney Gellner) (Audra Martin)
Local radioWCCO
(Cory Provus, Dan Gladden)
StatsESPN.com
BB-reference
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The 2019 Minnesota Twins season was the 59th season for the Minnesota Twins franchise in the Twin Cities of Minnesota, their 10th season at Target Field and the 119th overall in the American League. It was the first year under new manager Rocco Baldelli who was hired on October 25, 2018 following the firing of previous manager Paul Molitor on October 2. It was also the first season since 2004 without longtime Twin Joe Mauer on the roster, as he announced his retirement on November 9, 2018 after 15 seasons. His number 7 was retired on June 15, 2019.

They improved upon their record from the previous season, and clinched the AL Central division for the first time since 2010 on September 25. On September 26, the Twins scored their 99th win with a victory over the Detroit Tigers, the highest number of wins for the franchise since 1965, and the third highest in franchise history. Despite winning 101 games (the second most since moving to Minnesota), the Twins were still the 3rd seed in the American League, the best record ever for a 3rd seed. With 307 home runs by their hitters, the Twins also set a new major league record for most home runs by a team in a season. They opened the playoffs by playing the New York Yankees in the Division Series, however they were swept 3 games to 0 in a best-of-5 series, extending their record for the longest playoff losing streak in MLB history to 16 games.

Regular season

Game log

2019 game log: 101–61 (Home: 46–35 ; Away: 55–26)
March/April: 17–10 (Home: 9–5 ; Away: 8–5)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record Streak
1 March 28 Indians 2–0 Berríos (1–0) Kluber (0–1) Rogers (1) 39,519 1–0 W1
2 March 30 Indians 1–2 Edwards (1–0) Parker (0–1) Hand (1) 15,271 1–1 L1
3 March 31 Indians 9–3 Pérez (1–0) Carrasco (0–1) 15,613 2–1 W1
4 April 2 @ Royals 5–4 (10) Hildenberger (1–0) Boxberger (0–1) Parker (1) 10,024 3–1 W2
5 April 3 @ Royals 7–6 May (1–0) Peralta (0–1) Parker (2) 10,575 4–1 W3
6 April 5 @ Phillies 4–10 Pivetta (1–0) Odorizzi (0–1) 28,021 4–2 L1
7 April 6 @ Phillies 6–2 Pineda (1–0) Arrieta (1–1) 44,693 5–2 W1
8 April 7 @ Phillies 1–2 Eflin (2–0) Berríos (1–1) Neris (1) 39,735 5–3 L1
9 April 9 @ Mets 14–8 Hildenberger (2–0) deGrom (2–1) 22,126 6–3 W1
10 April 10 @ Mets 6–9 Syndergaard (1–1) Odorizzi (0–2) 20,946 6–4 L1
April 12 Tigers Postponed (snow) (Makeup date: May 11.)
11 April 13 Tigers 4–3 Pineda (2–0) Ross (1–2) Parker (3) 16,484 7–4 W1
12 April 14 Tigers 6–4 Berríos (2–1) Zimmermann (0–2) Hildenberger (1) 14,774 8–4 W2
13 April 15 Blue Jays 3–5 Gaviglio (1–0) Mejía (0–1) Biagini (1) 11,727 8–5 L1
14 April 16 Blue Jays 5–6 Sanchez (2–1) May (1–1) Giles (5) 13,365 8–6 L2
15 April 17 Blue Jays 4–1 Odorizzi (1–2) Thornton (0–2) Parker (4) 11,465 9–6 W1
16 April 18 Blue Jays 4–7 Biagini (1–1) Pineda (2–1) Giles (6) 12,523 9–7 L1
- April 19 @ Orioles Postponed (rain) (Makeup date: April 20.)
17 April 20 @ Orioles 6–5 Berríos (3–1) Yacabonis (1–1) Rogers (2) 10–7 W1
18 April 20 @ Orioles 16–7 Pérez (2–0) Cobb (0–1) 28,409 11–7 W2
19 April 21 @ Orioles 4–3 Gibson (1–0) Bundy (0–3) Rogers (3) 11,018 12–7 W3
20 April 22 @ Astros 9–5 Odorizzi (2–2) Peacock (2–1) 34,518 13–7 W4
21 April 23 @ Astros 4–10 Rondón (2–0) Hildenberger (2–1) 29,409 13–8 L1
22 April 24 @ Astros 1–7 Verlander (2–0) Stewart (0–1) 26,582 13–9 L2
23 April 26 Orioles 6–1 Pérez (3–0) Cobb (0–2) 23,658 14–9 W1
24 April 27 Orioles 9–2 Berríos (4–1) Fry (0–1) 18,878 15–9 W2
25 April 28 Orioles 4–1 Gibson (2–0) Bundy (0–4) Parker (5) 20,034 16–9 W3
26 April 29 Astros 1–0 Odorizzi (3–2) Verlander (4–1) Parker (6) 12,615 17–9 W4
27 April 30 Astros 0–11 Cole (2–4) Pineda (2–2) 12,181 17–10 L1
May: 21–8 (Home: 10–4 ; Away: 11–4)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record Streak
28 May 1 Astros 6–2 Pérez (4–0) McHugh (3–3) 14,115 18–10 W1
29 May 2 Astros 8–2 Berríos (5–1) Peacock (2–2) 17,271 19–10 W2
30 May 3 @ Yankees 3–6 Holder (2–0) Gibson (2–1) Chapman (6) 35,911 19–11 L1
31 May 4 @ Yankees 7–3 Odorizzi (4–2) Happ (1–3) 43,123 20–11 W1
32 May 5 @ Yankees 1–4 (8) Germán (6–1) Pineda (2–3) Chapman (7) 38,603 20–12 L1
33 May 6 @ Blue Jays 8–0 Pérez (5–0) Stroman (1–5) 12,292 21–12 W1
34 May 7 @ Blue Jays 3–0 Berríos (6–1) Sanchez (3–3) Rogers (4) 14,039 22–12 W2
35 May 8 @ Blue Jays 9–1 Gibson (3–1) Thornton (0–4) 14,372 23–12 W3
36 May 10 Tigers 6–0 Odorizzi (5–2) Ross (1–5) 26,789 24–12 W4
37 May 11 Tigers 3–5 Jiménez (2–1) Hildenberger (2–2) Greene (14) 28,840 24–13 L1
38 May 11 Tigers 8–3 Stewart (1–1) Soto (0–1) 20,724 25–13 W1
39 May 12 Tigers 3–5 Norris (2–1) Pérez (5–1) Greene (15) 27,373 25–14 L1
40 May 13 Angels 4–5 Skaggs (4–3) Berríos (6–2) Robles (4) 21,359 25–15 L2
41 May 14 Angels 4–3 Gibson (4–1) Bedrosian (1–2) Parker (7) 26,747 26–15 W1
42 May 15 Angels 8–7 Odorizzi (6–2) Cahill (2–4) Morin (1) 31,919 27–15 W2
43 May 16 @ Mariners 11–6 Pineda (3–3) Swanson (1–5) 16,397 28–15 W3
44 May 17 @ Mariners 7–1 Pérez (6–1) Gonzales (5–3) 20,268 29–15 W4
45 May 18 @ Mariners 18–4 Duffey (1–0) LeBlanc (2–1) 34,433 30–15 W5
46 May 19 @ Mariners 4–7 Kikuchi (3–1) Gibson (4–2) 31,068 30–16 L1
47 May 20 @ Angels 3–1 Rogers (1–0) Buttrey (2–2) Parker (8) 34,177 31–16 W1
48 May 21 @ Angels 8–3 Pineda (4–3) Bard (1–2) 32,316 32–16 W2
49 May 22 @ Angels Postponed (rain) (Makeup date: May 23.)
49 May 23 @ Angels 16–7 Pérez (7–1) Harvey (2–4) 30,992 33–16 W3
50 May 24 White Sox 11–4 Berríos (7–2) López (3–5) 29,638 34–16 W4
51 May 25 White Sox 8–1 Gibson (5–2) Bañuelos (2–4) 39,139 35–16 W5
52 May 26 White Sox 7–0 Odorizzi (7–2) Covey (0–4) 39,913 36–16 W6
53 May 27 Brewers 4–5 Burnes (1–3) Rogers (1–1) Hader (13) 29,167 36–17 L1
54 May 28 Brewers 5–3 Magill (1–0) Claudio (1–2) Harper (1) 27,120 37–17 W1
55 May 30 @ Rays 3–14 Morton (6–0) Pérez (7–2) 8,076 37–18 L1
56 May 31 @ Rays 5–3 Rogers (2–1) Castillo (1–4) 14,375 38–18 W1
June: 15–12 (Home: 7–5 ; Away: 8–7)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record Streak
57 June 1 @ Rays 6–2 Gibson (6–2) Chirinos (6–2) 14,381 39–18 W2
58 June 2 @ Rays 9–7 Odorizzi (8–2) Yarbrough (4–2) Rogers (5) 14,616 40–18 W3
59 June 4 @ Indians 2–5 Bieber (5–2) Smeltzer (0–1) Hand (17) 15,814 40–19 L1
60 June 5 @ Indians 7–9 Wittgren (3–0) Parker (0–2) Hand (18) 16,962 40–20 L2
61 June 6 @ Indians 5–4 Berríos (8–2) Bauer (4–6) Rogers (6) 15,350 41–20 W1
62 June 7 @ Tigers 6–3 Harper (1–0) Jiménez (2–4) Parker (9) 21,551 42–20 W2
63 June 8 @ Tigers 3–9 Ramirez (2–0) Gibson (6–3) 26,818 42–21 L1
64 June 9 @ Tigers 12–2 Odorizzi (9–2) Carpenter (1–3) 20,127 43–21 W1
65 June 11 Mariners 6–5 Magill (2–0) Brennan (2–5) May (1) 23,046 44–21 W2
66 June 12 Mariners 6–9 (10) Bass (1–1) Duffey (1–1) Elías (6) 25,909 44–22 L1
67 June 13 Mariners 10–5 Harper (2–0) Brennan (2–6) 31,912 45–22 W1
68 June 14 Royals 2–0 Gibson (7–3) Diekman (0–4) Rogers (7) 38,898 46–22 W2
69 June 15 Royals 5–4 Odorizzi (10–2) Sparkman (1–3) Rogers (8) 39,267 47–22 W3
70 June 16 Royals 6–8 López (1–6) Pérez (7–3) Kennedy (7) 38,886 47–23 L1
71 June 17 Red Sox 0–2 Porcello (5–6) Berríos (8–3) Brasier (7) 27,970 47–24 L2
72 June 18 Red Sox 4–3 (17) Littell (1–0) Johnson (0–1) 25,741 48–24 W1
73 June 19 Red Sox 4–9 Rodríguez (8–4) Gibson (7–4) 31,835 48–25 L1
74 June 20 @ Royals 1–4 Sparkman (2–3) Odorizzi (10–3) Kennedy (9) 22,683 48–26 L2
75 June 21 @ Royals 8–7 Harper (3–0) Diekman (0–5) Rogers (9) 27,418 49–26 W1
76 June 22 @ Royals 5–3 (10) May (2–1) Peralta (2–3) Parker (10) 28,504 50–26 W2
77 June 23 @ Royals 1–6 Bailey (7–6) Pineda (4–4) McCarthy (1) 21,257 50–27 L1
78 June 25 Rays 9–4 Gibson (8–4) Snell (4–7) 31,963 51–27 W1
79 June 26 Rays 6–4 May (3–1) Morton (8–2) Rogers (10) 31,650 52–27 W2
80 June 27 Rays 2–5 (18) Yarbrough (7–3) Harper (3–1) 31,317 52–28 L1
81 June 28 @ White Sox 4–6 Detwiler (1–0) Berríos (8–4) Colomé (17) 28,218 52–29 L2
82 June 29 @ White Sox 10–3 Pineda (5–4) Nova (3–7) 27,908 53–29 W1
83 June 30 @ White Sox 3–4 Giolito (11–2) Thorpe (0–1) Álex Colomé (18) 27,244 53–30 L1
July: 13–11 (Home: 5–7 ; Away: 8–4)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record Streak
84 July 2 @ A's 6–8 Mengden (3–1) Odorizzi (10–4) Hendriks (3) 13,926 53–31 L2
85 July 3 @ A's 4–3 (12) Parker (1–2) Treinen (2–3) Rogers (11) 31,570 54–31 W1
86 July 4 @ A's 2–7 Wang (1–0) Berríos (8–5) 20,836 54–32 L1
87 July 5 Rangers 15–6 Pérez (8–3) Sampson (6–6) 38,073 55–32 W1
88 July 6 Rangers 7–4 Pineda (6–4) Chavez (3–4) Rogers (12) 36,969 56–32 W2
89 July 7 Rangers 1–4 (11) Kelley (4–2) Mejía (0–2) 35,495 56–33 L1
- July 9 90th All-Star Game in Cleveland, OH
90 July 12 @ Indians 5–3 Littell (2–0) Pérez (2–2) Rogers (13) 30,857 57–33 W1
91 July 13 @ Indians 6–2 Odorizzi (11–4) Bauer (8–7) 32,277 58–33 W2
92 July 14 @ Indians 3–4 Cimber (5–2) May (3–2) Hand (24) 25,194 58–34 L1
93 July 16 Mets 2–3 Avilán (2–0) Pineda (6–5) Díaz (21) 28,712 58–35 L2
94 July 17 Mets 4–14 Vargas (4–5) May (3–3) 35,124 58–36 L3
95 July 18 A's 6–3 Gibson (9–4) Petit (2–2) Rogers (14) 28,432 59–36 W1
96 July 19 A's 3–5 Bassitt (7–4) Harper (3–2) Hendriks (7) 31,082 59–37 L1
97 July 20 A's 4–5 Treinen (3–3) Rogers (2–2) Hendriks (8) 32,270 59–38 L2
98 July 21 A's 7–6 Stewart (2–1) Hendriks (4–1) 34,070 60–38 W1
99 July 22 Yankees 8–6 Thorpe (1–1) Sabathia (5–5) Rogers (15) 34,627 61–38 W2
100 July 23 Yankees 12–14 (10) Chapman (3–2) Stewart (2–2) Green (1) 32,470 61–39 L1
101 July 24 Yankees 7–10 Cortes Jr. (4–0) Odorizzi (11–5) Chapman (26) 40,127 61–40 L2
102 July 25 @ White Sox 10–3 Berríos (9–5) Giolito (11–5) 22,087 62–40 W1
103 July 26 @ White Sox 6–2 Pineda (7–5) Cease (1–3) 22,602 63–40 W2
104 July 27 @ White Sox 1–5 Nova (6–9) Pérez (8–4) 34,085 63–41 L1
105 July 28 @ White Sox 11–1 Gibson (10–4) Covey (1–7) 27,595 64–41 W1
106 July 30 @ Marlins 2–1 Odorizzi (12–5) Gallen (1–3) Rogers (16) 8,064 65–41 W2
107 July 31 @ Marlins 7–1 Berríos (10–5) Alcántara (4–10) 8,567 66–41 W3
August: 17–11 (Home: 8–8 ; Away: 9–3)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record Streak
108 August 1 @ Marlins 4–5 (12) Brigham (1–0) Stashak (0–1) 10,390 66–42 L1
109 August 2 Royals 11–9 May (4–3) Lovelady (0–1) Romo (18) 32,341 67–42 W1
110 August 3 Royals 11–3 Gibson (11–4) Duffy (5–6) 36,823 68–42 W2
111 August 4 Royals 3–0 Smeltzer (1–1) Keller (7–11) Rogers (17) 30,171 69–42 W3
112 August 5 Braves 5–3 May (5–3) Martin (0–3) 26,722 70–42 W4
113 August 6 Braves 7–12 Foltynewicz (3–5) Berríos (10–6) 36,721 70–43 L1
114 August 7 Braves 7–11 Fried (13–4) Perez (8–5) 35,682 70–44 L2
115 August 8 Indians 5–7 Clevinger (7–2) Gibson (11–5) Hand (29) 32,517 70–45 L3
116 August 9 Indians 2–6 Bieber (12–4) Smeltzer (1–2) 36,641 70–46 L4
117 August 10 Indians 4–1 Odorizzi (13–5) Plutko (4–3) Rogers (18) 35,268 71–46 W1
118 August 11 Indians 3–7 (10) Hand (5–3) Rogers (2–3) 37,849 71–47 L1
119 August 13 @ Brewers 7–5 Duffey (2–1) Pomeranz (2–10) Romo (19) 44,331 72–47 W1
120 August 14 @ Brewers 5–6 Guerra (6–3) Romo (2–1) Albers (4) 41,077 72–48 L1
121 August 15 @ Rangers 13–6 Pineda (8–5) Payano (1–2) Smeltzer (1) 20,494 73–48 W1
122 August 16 @ Rangers 4–3 Duffey (3–1) Minor (11–7) Romo (20) 24,742 74–48 W2
123 August 17 @ Rangers 12–7 Duffey (4–1) Jurado (6–9) 30,136 75–48 W3
124 August 18 @ Rangers 6–3 Dyson (5–1) Clase (0–2) Rogers (19) 18,500 76–48 W4
125 August 19 White Sox 4–6 Nova (9–9) Gibson (11–6) Colomé (24) 25,564 76–49 L1
126 August 20 White Sox 14–4 Pineda (9–5) López (7–11) 26,798 77–49 W1
127 August 21 White Sox 0–4 Giolito (14–6) Odorizzi (13–6) 31,389 77–50 L1
128 August 23 Tigers 6–9 VerHagen (4–2) Berríos (10–7) 31,238 77–51 L2
129 August 24 Tigers 8–5 Gibson (12–6) Jackson (3–7) Rogers (20) 39,429 78–51 W1
130 August 25 Tigers 7–4 Pérez (9–5) Boyd (6–10) 32,892 79–51 W2
131 August 27 @ White Sox 3–1 Pineda (10–5) Giolito (14–7) Rogers (21) 12,175 80–51 W3
132 August 28 @ White Sox 8–2 Odorizzi (14–6) Detwiler (2–4) 16,802 81–51 W4
133 August 29 @ White Sox 10–5 Berríos (11–7) Cease (3–7) Dobnak (1) 15,886 82–51 W5
134 August 30 @ Tigers 13–5 Gibson (13–6) Jackson (3–8) 17,273 83–51 W6
135 August 31 @ Tigers 7–10 Boyd (7–10) Pérez (9–6) 16,713 83–52 L1
September: 18–9 (Home: 7–6 ; Away: 11–3)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
136 September 1 @ Tigers 8–3 Pineda (11–5) Turnbull (3–14) 13,776 84–52 W1
137 September 2 @ Tigers 4–3 Littell (3–0) Farmer (5–6) Rogers (22) 14,614 85–52 W2
138 September 3 @ Red Sox 6–5 Thorpe (2–1) Porcello (12–11) Rogers (23) 35,429 86–52 W3
139 September 4 @ Red Sox 2–6 Rodriguez (17–5) Berríos (11–8) Workman (11) 35,218 86–53 L1
140 September 5 @ Red Sox 2–1 Pérez (10–6) Cashner (11–8) Rogers (24) 32,632 87–53 W1
141 September 6 Indians 2–6 (11) Clippard (1–0) Thorpe (2–2) 35,418 87–54 L1
142 September 7 Indians 5–3 Littell (4–0) Cimber (5–3) Rogers (25) 39,573 88–54 W1
143 September 8 Indians 2–5 Clevinger (11–2) Dobnak (0–1) Hand (34) 31,380 88–55 L1
144 September 10 Nationals 5–0 Berríos (12–8) Sánchez (8–8) 24,813 89–55 W1
145 September 11 Nationals 2–6 Strasburg (17–6) Pérez (10–7) 20,062 89–56 L1
146 September 12 Nationals 6–12 Corbin (12–7) Gibson (13–7) 19,167 89–57 L2
September 13 @ Indians Postponed (rain) (Makeup date: September 14.)
147 September 14 @ Indians 2–0 Littell (5–0) Clevinger (11–3) Rogers (26) 24,258 90–57 W1
148 September 14 @ Indians 9–5 Graterol (1–0) Pérez (2–3) 31,841 91–57 W2
149 September 15 @ Indians 5–7 Wittgren (5–1) Romero (0–1) Pérez (1) 26,414 91–58 L1
150 September 16 White Sox 5–3 Berríos (13–8) López (9–14) Rogers (27) 21,850 92–58 W1
151 September 17 White Sox 9–8 (12) Harper (4–2) Ruiz (1–4) 22,518 93–58 W2
152 September 18 White Sox 1–3 Fry (3–4) Odorizzi (14–7) Colomé (28) 23,759 93–59 L1
153 September 19 Royals 8–5 Thorpe (3–2) Barnes (1–3) Rogers (28) 24,565 94–59 W1
154 September 20 Royals 4–3 Dobnak (1–1) Skoglund (0–2) May (2) 29,468 95–59 W2
155 September 21 Royals 5–12 Rosario (2–0) Rogers (2–4) 37,750 95–60 L1
156 September 22 Royals 12–8 Littell (6–0) López (4–9) 31,628 96–60 W1
157 September 24 @ Tigers 4–2 Odorizzi (15–7) Turnbull (3–16) Rogers (29) 16,174 97–60 W2
158 September 25 @ Tigers 5–1 Dobnak (2–1) VerHagen (4–3) 16,242 98–60 W3
159 September 26 @ Tigers 10–4 Smeltzer (2–2) Zimmermann (1–13) 17,557 99–60 W4
160 September 27 @ Royals 6–2 (7) Berríos (14–8) Skoglund (0–3) 15,389 100–60 W5
161 September 28 @ Royals 4–3 Duffey (5–1) Barnes (1–5) Rogers (30) 21,995 101–60 W6
162 September 29 @ Royals 4–5 Kennedy (3–2) Graterol (1–1) 17,875 101-61 L1
Legend:        = Win        = Loss        = Postponement
Bold = Twins Team Member

Postseason

2019 Postseason: 0–3 (Home 0–1; Away 0–2)
American League Division Series: 0−3 (Home 0–1; Away 0–2)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record Streak
1 October 4 @ Yankees 4–10 Green (1–0) Littell (0–1) 49,233 0–1 L1
2 October 5 @ Yankees 2–8 Tanaka (1–0) Dobnak (0–1) 49,277 0–2 L2
3 October 7 Yankees 1–5 Green (2–0) Odorizzi (0–1) Chapman (1) 41,121 0–3 L3

Season standings

AL Central W L Pct. GB Home Road
Minnesota Twins 101 61 0.623 46–35 55–26
Cleveland Indians 93 69 0.574 8 49–32 44–37
Chicago White Sox 72 89 0.447 28½ 39–41 33–48
Kansas City Royals 59 103 0.364 42 31–50 28–53
Detroit Tigers 47 114 0.292 53½ 22–59 25–55


Division Leaders W L Pct.
Houston Astros 107 55 0.660
New York Yankees 103 59 0.636
Minnesota Twins 101 61 0.623


Wild Card teams
(Top two qualify for postseason)
W L Pct. GB
Oakland Athletics 97 65 0.599 +1
Tampa Bay Rays 96 66 0.593
Cleveland Indians 93 69 0.574 3
Boston Red Sox 84 78 0.519 12
Texas Rangers 78 84 0.481 18
Chicago White Sox 72 89 0.447 23½
Los Angeles Angels 72 90 0.444 24
Seattle Mariners 68 94 0.420 28
Toronto Blue Jays 67 95 0.414 29
Kansas City Royals 59 103 0.364 37
Baltimore Orioles 54 108 0.333 42
Detroit Tigers 47 114 0.292 48½


Records vs. AL Opponents


Source: AL Standings Head-to-head
Team BAL BOS CWS CLE DET HOU KC LAA MIN NYY OAK SEA TB TEX TOR NL
Baltimore 7–12 3–3 3–4 3–4 2–4 3–3 4–3 0–6 2–17 1–6 3–4 7–12 1–6 8–11 7–13
Boston 12–7 5–2 3–3 5–2 2–4 5–1 4–3 3–3 5–14 4–3 4–3 7–12 4–3 11–8 10–10
Chicago 3–3 2–5 11–8 12–6 4–3 9–10 2–5 6–13 4–3 1–5 2–4 2–4 4–3 4–3 6–14
Cleveland 4–3 3–3 8–11 18–1 3–4 12–7 6–0 10–9 4–3 1–5 5–1 1–6 4–3 6–1 8–12
Detroit 4–3 2–5 6–12 1–18 1–6 10–9 3–3 5–14 3–3 1–6 1–6 2–4 0–6 3–4 5–15
Houston 4–2 4–2 3–4 4–3 6–1 5–1 14–5 3–4 4–3 11–8 18–1 3–4 13–6 4–2 11–9
Kansas City 3–3 1–5 10–9 7–12 9–10 1–5 2–4 5–14 2–5 2–5 2–5 3–4 2–5 1–6 9–11
Los Angeles 3–4 3–4 5–2 0–6 3–3 5–14 4–2 1–5 2–5 6–13 10–9 3–4 9–10 6–1 12–8
Minnesota 6–0 3–3 13–6 9–10 14–5 4–3 14–5 5–1 2–4 3–4 5–2 5–2 6–1 4–3 8–12
New York 17–2 14–5 3–4 3–4 3–3 3–4 5–2 5–2 4–2 2–4 6–1 12–7 3–3 11–8 12–8
Oakland 6–1 3–4 5–1 5–1 6–1 8–11 5–2 13–6 4–3 4–2 10–9 4–3 13–6 0–6 11–9
Seattle 4–3 3–4 4–2 1–5 6–1 1–18 5–2 9–10 2–5 1–6 9–10 2–4 8–11 4–2 9–11
Tampa Bay 12–7 12–7 4–2 6–1 4–2 4–3 4–3 4–3 2–5 7–12 3–4 4–2 3–3 13–6 14–6
Texas 6–1 3–4 3–4 3–4 6–0 6–13 5–2 10–9 1–6 3–3 6–13 11–8 3–3 3–3 9–11
Toronto 11–8 8–11 3–4 1–6 4–3 2–4 6–1 1–6 3–4 8–11 6–0 2–4 6–13 3–3 3–17

Roster

2019 Minnesota Twins
Roster
Pitchers Catchers

Infielders

Outfielders

Other batters

Manager

Coaches

Line up Avg Hr Hits Rbi
Max Kepler .252 36 132 90
Jorge Polanco .295 22 186 79
Nelson Cruz .311 41 141 108
Eddie Rosario .276 32 155 109
C.J. Cron .253 25 116 78
Marwin Gonzalez .264 15 112 55
Jonathan Schoop .256 23 111 59
Jason Castro .232 13 55 30
Byron Buxton .262 10 71 46

Farm System

Level Team League Manager
AAA Rochester Red Wings International League Joel Skinner
AA Pensacola Blue Wahoos Southern League Ramon Borrego
A-Advanced Fort Myers Miracle Florida State League Toby Gardenhire
A Cedar Rapids Kernels Midwest League Brian Dinkelman
Rookie Elizabethton Twins Appalachian League Ray Smith
Rookie GCL Twins Gulf Coast League Robbie Robinson
Rookie DSL Twins Dominican Summer League Seth Feldman

References

External links

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