The Minnesota Twins have done a lot right in franchise history (two World Series rings show that), but few would argue that the team couldn’t use more suggestions. A few of those tips could be found by taking a look across Minnesota and seeing what other sports teams in the area have done right (or wrong) and apply it to the diamond.
Over at District on Deck, Max Rayman broke down one lesson that the Washington Nationals could learn from each Washington D.C. franchise, so we’ll borrow that idea and apply it here for Minnesota teams.
What’s one lesson the Minnesota Twins can learn from every other Minnesota franchise?
Sure, the Minnesota Twins are the only franchise in the state with a title (the Lynx excluded), but there’s a lot that they can learn from these other teams. Let’s get into it, starting with largest franchise in the state.