The Elizabethton Twins are one of the 42 minor league teams in danger of going extinct. This is part of their story.
Auckland Tuatara’s season continues to be strange to say the least; TwinsFest is one of many things that ain’t what it used to be; the poem Fred Wilpon deserves
“I never want to take this uniform off … 15 years and I can’t see myself anywhere else.”
With the end of the Major League Baseball regular season coming on Sunday, this may be my last chance to write about Joe Mauer as an active player (and get paid to do it). As a lifelong Twins fan (who appreciates monetary compensation), I would be a fool not to. But what is there to…
Thad Levine talked Miguel Sano, Joe Mauer, Paul Molitor, clubhouse culture, free agency plans, and lots more at Baseball Prospectus Night in Minnesota.
A visual look at how the players at this position can help or hurt your fantasy squad in the standard statistical categories.
The Twins are teeming with top prospects, but there are big leaguers who could help your fantasy squad in 2015, too.
How have players who’ve changed positions from catcher (like Joe Mauer and Carlos Santana) historically tended to do?
From Buster Posey to Christian Bethancourt, this list is loaded with both big leaguers and high-upside prospects.
In the debut edition of the Three True Outcomes podcast, our fantasy crew looks at catchers for Scoresheet leagues.
A look at how catchers stack up for fantasy purposes between now and 2016.
Buster Posey and Joe Mauer headline a large group of high-end backstops, followed by thinner groupings below.
A fantasy-oriented look at the present and future behind the dish.