With the struggles the Minnesota Twins have had in their starting rotation, what would a potential postseason rotation look like in October?
The Minnesota Twins’ starting rotation has been a key point of frustration for fans in the second half of the season. After a strong start by the starting five under the tutoledge of pitching coach Wes Johnson, things have fallen apart at the midway point, allowing the Cleveland Indians to jump back into the American League Central race.
While fans are still miffed that the Twins did nothing to upgrade their rotation, the show goes on. Manager Rocco Baldelli must find a way to fix what he has and utilize it in the best possible way to help the Twins pick up their first postseason victory since 2002.
It’s not a given that the Twins will reach the postseason, but with a 3 1/2 game lead in the AL Central, the entire month of September may feel like .a giant postseason series. So, what would a postseason rotation look like as the Twins head into the final month of the season?