The Minnesota Twins put together a great season in 2019 and ended up winning 101 games. They are favored to win the American League Central again in 2020. Let’s take a look at the Minnesota Twins roster for 2020. 

Minnesota Twins Lineup 2020

  1. Max Kepler
  2. Jorge Polanco
  3. Nelson Cruz
  4. Josh Donaldson
  5. Eddie Rosario
  6. Mitch Garver
  7. Luis Arraez
  8. Miguel Sano
  9. Byron Buxton

Minnesota Twins Pitching Rotation 2020

  1. Jose Berrios
  2. Jake Odorizzi
  3. Kenta Maeda
  4. Homer Bailey
  5. Rich Hill

The Minnesota Twins roster was the second best in baseball last season as far as runs per game goes. They averaged 5.73 runs per game which is just behind the New York Yankees at 5.77. Their pitching wasn’t bad either but Jose Berrios and Jake Odorizzi really carried the load. Homer Bailey will be interesting to watch this season. He had a winning 13-9 season last year following a 1-14 year in 2018. 

2020 Minnesota Twins Betting Odds

Minnesota Twins to win World Series (18/1)

Minnesota Twins to win American League (7/1)

Twins to win American League Central (5/7)

Twins total regular season wins Over / Under (34.5)

Minnesota Twins Best Bets 2020

I don’t think the Twins have good enough pitching to win the World Series or American League. Their lineup is definitely good enough but they just don’t seem to have enough in the rotation. I think their is better value to win the American League Central than 5/7 for the Twins. The Cleveland Indians and Chicago White Sox are going to both give the Twins a hard time all season. The Twins will also have to play National League Central teams like the Cubs, Cardinals, and Reds. That’s going to make for a tough schedule and I would lean under (34.5) wins for the Twins this season.

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Minnesota Twins Roster
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