It’s Safe To Consider The Twins Offseason A Success
Earlier last week, we looked back at everything that took place this season for the Twins. With some of the most exciting young prospects looking to debut at the major league level in the coming year, there was already plenty of buzz for the 2015 Twins. With that in mind, Minnesota did plenty at the major league level to make sure the 2015 season was not a repeat of the past four. At this point, it’s fair to say that the Twins did exactly what they needed to this offseason.
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Once again in 2014, the Twins found themselves at the mercy of a struggling pitching staff. Outside of Phil Hughes the Twins found more questions than answers on the mound. While the offense was a pleasant surprise, knowing that regression would come into play, the Twins needed to make sure a big step back wasn’t something that was going to take place. Finally, there had to be some sweeping changes made in the organization, if a new culture of winning was going to be ushered in.
It appears that the Twins and Terry Ryan had a very real process laid out, and it led them to what should be regarded as one of the best offseason in quite some time. Let’s take a look at the biggest areas of execution.