The calendar year is finally turning to 2021, and the Minnesota Twins have a chance to improve themselves with their own New Year’s Resolutions.
2020 is heading out the door, and the Minnesota Twins had a pretty good year. They added an ace in Kenta Maeda, made their biggest free agent signing in team history, and took home a division crown. Despite all this, it was far from perfect.
The team’s streak of playoff losses continued to Number 18, the number of years without a playoff series victory extended to 18, and the team said goodbye to several key contributors from the past couple of years, including Trevor May, Eddie Rosario, and Jake Odorizzi.
It’s clear there’s a lot of room for improvement in 2021, and the new year typically allows for people across the globe to make adjustments. These New Year’s adjustments, or resolutions, help people achieve their goals for the new year.
With that in mind, we take a look at three resolutions the Twins should make for the new season to help them reach the ultimate goal of winning the World Series this upcoming October. For each resolution, we also talk about how they can achieve the resolution and how the resolution can help the team reach that ultimate goal.
With that in mind, we get started with these resolutions. Let’s hope the Minnesota Twins can actually stick to these resolutions so we can see real improvement in 2021. We’ll start off with the most obvious one.