Minnesota Twins: The All-Target Field Team (2010-Present)
Catcher: Kurt Suzuki (2014-2016)
Kurt Suzuki was a defensive catcher the Twins needed as Joe Mauer moved positions. In 2014, Suzuki made the All Star team, playing in front of the home crowd at Target Field. In 2015, he had the third best fielding percentage among catchers with a slick .997 mark.
Corner Infielder: Miguel Sano (2015-Present)
Miguel Sano may be a young rising star for the Twins, but his impact is already being felt. In just 217 games, Sano has 48 home runs and 134 RBIs. In 2015, he finished third in Rookie of the Year voting and in 2016 hit 25 home runs and drove in 66 runs.
This season, he is batting .286 with five home runs and 16 RBIs in 21 games. He has also walked a league-leading 18 times. With only being 23 years old, Sano still has a high ceiling and will surely be a mainstay in the Twins lineup.
Middle Infielder: Alexi Casilla (2010-2012)
Alexi Casilla flashed speed on the bases while with the Twins. He swiped 42 bases in his three seasons. His stolen base percentage was 2nd on that team with a 95.46% mark. Casilla also had great range in the field. His speed made up for his lack of power, and he fit in well with Ron Gardenhire’s small ball style.
Outfielder: Delmon Young (2010-2011)
Delmon Young played one plus seasons at Target Field, but he was productive throughout that time. In 2010, Young batted .298 with 21 home runs and 112 RBIs while finishing tenth in the American League MVP voting. That season was, arguably, one of the best individual offensive seasons Target Field has seen since it opened.