Minnesota Twins: A Look Around Twins Territory: Carl Willis interviews for Pitching Coach vacancy
The Minnesota Twins have some great writers covering them. “A look around Twins Territory” is a collection of those in one place for Puckett’s Pond readers.
One of the greatest things about writing about the Minnesota Twins at Puckett’s Pond is that we are no different than most of you reading us. We are fans. And like you, we are reading all the other great content that is being written about our favorite team the Twins.
Below is a collection of some of the most recent pieces being written around Twins Territory. Enjoy!
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La Velle E. Neal III gives us some insight on what is going on with the search for a new Twins pitching coach after the firing of Neil Allen. Former pitcher for the Twins, Carl “Big Train” Willis, was interviewed Monday for the position. We mentioned him in the article on potential pitching coach targets that was posted last week on Puckett’s Pond.
If you like stories of Minnesota natives doing cool things, this is a read for you. Ryan Lund outlines Minnesotan, Matt Gangl’s journey from St. Cloud State to directing the World Series.
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The biggest news for Tuesday, October 17, 2017, also feels very anti-Twin, at least anti-Twin in the Twins we knew under former front offices. That was the hiring of John Manuel as a Pro Scout. Also, take a look at our own Benjamin Chase’s thoughts on the hire.