Once hired, there are five things the new Minnesota Twins general manager must take care of.
The Minnesota Twins officially announced the hiring of Derek Falvey on Monday. He will become the Executive Vice President and Chief Baseball Officer.
Falvey, 33, will be one of the youngest executives in baseball. He is working for the Cleveland Indians as the assistant general manager.
Falvey enters a franchise in need of a new perspective. The Twins have gone through too many seasons will dismal baseball. Maybe hiring someone on the younger side is the answer.
Many failures and successes are revealed after going through the past 15 or so years of Twins baseball.
Primarily based on the failures, there are five improvements Falvey can make to the Twins organization. Falvey can reverse specific repetitive actions made by the past Twins front office.
He needs to make the necessary changes to correct certain areas where the Twins have failed in the past.
While he won’t be able to address all of them at once, completing each of the following goals will eventually help the Twins return to its winning ways and beyond.
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