In 2015, the Minnesota Twins will take the field once again as losers of 90 games the season before. However, in 2015, the feeling of resiliency should be at an all time high. Not only is the organization in a better place, but the Opening Day roster appears to be so as well.
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While everything on paper suggests that the Twins will experience a drastic turnaround in 2015, it comes down to making it happen on the field. Under new manager Paul Molitor, the Twins will look to re-establish a culture of winning. It is going to have to happen from within, and the accountability will come from each player taking ownership for what is expected of them.
As Spring Training gets underway in 2015, there’s little reason the believe that the Twins can’t be a .500 team. Making waves in the AL Central should be the goal, and there’s a few key things that need to happen for that to be accomplished.