Minnesota Twins: 2021 Spring Training Preview and Guide

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A general view of the exterior of Hammond Stadium prior to a spring training game between the Minnesota Twins and Pittsburgh Pirates. (Photo by Brace Hemmelgarn/Minnesota Twins/Getty Images)
A general view of the exterior of Hammond Stadium prior to a spring training game between the Minnesota Twins and Pittsburgh Pirates. (Photo by Brace Hemmelgarn/Minnesota Twins/Getty Images) /
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Detail view of the Minnesota Twins logo as players sit in the dugout during a Grapefruit League spring training game. (Photo by Joe Robbins/Getty Images) /

How prepared are the Minnesota Twins for a Grapefruit League Season?

The Minnesota Twins typically sit around .500 in the Grapefruit league every year, opting to prepare their young talent over competing every year. That will likely happen again this year, as the back end of the team is still very uncertain.

This team looks like it could have one of the deepest rosters in baseball, and it’ll be on full display this Spring Training. The team won’t compete for a Grapefruit league title, but we’ll see a lot of action, something that we’ve been missing all winter.

It’s time for baseball to get underway Twins fans, so buckle up. Get ready for fun antics and a whole lot of good baseball. Most of us may not be able to be kicking our feet up in sunny Florida, but I know that I’m ready for baseball to be back.

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