The Minnesota Twins headed to the Big Apple at the beginning of the week as winners of just two games through their first three series this year. Minnesota was coming off a three-game sweep at the hands of arguably the best team in this early season, the Texas Rangers.
It was early, but the Twins were searching for answers.
While manager Ron Gardenhire's club lost Thursday's finale against New York, 7-6,at Yankee Stadium to split the four-game series, Minnesota could take plenty of positives away from a place that had been a house of horrors in recent memory.
In fact, this week's series split more specifically, Tuesday and Wednesday's wins was the first time since 2001 that Minnesota won more than one game at Yankee Stadium in one season. (For reference, the Twins' lineup that series consisted of the likes of Matt Lawton, Luis Rivas and Doug Mientkiewicz.)There were plenty of things to like about how Minnesota played over the course of the series. Prior to Monday, the Twins had...