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Minnesota Twins
Established 1894
Based in Minneapolis/St. Paul since 1961
MIN 1190
Major league affiliations
Current uniform
Ballpark
Major league titles
World Series titles (3) 1991 • 1987 • 1924
AL Pennants (5) 1991 • 1987 • 1965 • 1925 • 1924
Central Division titles (3) 2004 • 2003 • 2002
West Division titles (4) 1991 • 1987 • 1970 • 1969
Wild card berths (0) None

The Minnesota Twins are a Major League Baseball team based in Minneapolis, Minnesota. They are in the Central Division of the American League.

Franchise history[]

Stadium and franchise instability[]

Quick facts[]

Trivia[]

Baseball Hall of Famers[]

Elected at least partly on basis of performance with franchise as Minnesota Twins

Elected at least partly on basis of performance with franchise as Washington Senators

Other Hall-of-Famers associated with franchise

Molitor and Winfield, St. Paul natives and University of Minnesota graduates, came to the team late in their careers and were warmly received as "hometown heroes," but were elected to the Hall on the basis of their tenures with other teams. Jack Morris, another St. Paul native who came to the Twins late in his career, helping them win the 1991 World Series, has not yet been elected to the Hall. Catcher Terry Steinbach was another Minnesota native and former All-Star who came to the Twins toward the end of his career.

Cronin, Goslin, Griffith, Harris, Johnson, Killebrew and Wynn are listed on the Washington Hall of Stars display at Robert F. Kennedy Stadium. So are Ossie Bluege, George Case, Joe Judge, George Selkirk, Roy Sievers, Cecil Travis, Mickey Vernon and Eddie Yost.

Retired numbers[]

Current roster[]

All-Time Roster[]

Minnesota Twins all-time roster: A complete list of players who played in at least one game for the Twins franchise.

Minor league affiliations[]

2021 Reorganization (Professional Development League)[]

Logos[]

See also[]

External links[]

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