Welcome to the 2015 Minnesota Twins baseball season. For the first time in a matter of four years, Twins Territorians will be treated to something that looks drastically different than a team destine for 90 losses. As Spring Training gets underway, a simple look at the projected roster should have you more than excited about the Twins future. If things break poorly for them, it may not be all that bad either.
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We took a look back at the Twins last four seasons of Opening Day rosters just over a week ago, there wasn’t much to be excited about there. Comparing what the 25 man should look like then to now provides plenty of reason for hope. With that in mind however, the Twins true positioning might be best explained in looking at what happens when things go wrong.
Looking at each positional grouping subjectively, the Twins have more options this season than in any number of recent years combined. That’s a great thing, and in looking at each of them on their own it’s easy to see why.