The revised 2020 Minnesota Twins dropped yesterday, so we break down the new schedule and all of the games that lie ahead. Major League Baseball dropped the new team schedules for every team in professional baseball, including the Minnesota Twins, and who will play when the season starts July 23rd.
Back in February, before the world unraveled, I wrote that the Twins were rolling into camp with a good case as the American League's best team. While much has changed in the three months since, I'm not sure Minnesota's case has been weakened.
In their ALDS matchup against the Rays, the virtual 2020 Twins finally snapped a long-running postseason losing streak for the franchise, but still failed to advance, as the players we traded away at the deadline exacted their sweet revenge.
Yesterday we got the news that Willians Astudillo, Nick Gordon and Edwar Colina all tested positive for COVID-19. Today, we learned that Miguel Sanó is the fourth player on the Twins Summer Camp to test positive.
The 2020 Major League Baseball season is expected to get going here in a few weeks. It’s going to look vastly different than previous season with a majority of the teams playing in front of empty venues.
As the Minnesota Twins prepare to play baseball amid the COVID-19 pandemic, they’ve already seen multiple players test positive for the virus. Now the organization will sideline two of its top coaches for the 2020 season to protect them from the coronavirus.