Photo by Tom Shide

Carew to Puckett to Hunter to Perkins

Through my forty plus years following the Twins I have off and on had one player that stood out as my favorite.   As I’ve grown older the reason for a player earning the designation of  “favorite Twin” has evolved. The Carew Era - When I was a young baseball fan When … Continue Reading →


Twins at KC – 4-19-2014

On April 19, 2014 I traveled to Kansas City for my first Twins game of the season.   It was a beautiful day but the Twins ended up dropping a 5-4 decision to the Royals at Kauffman Stadium.   Kevin Coreia started and took the loss for the Twins, he … Continue Reading →

Carroll Running the bases vs the Royals 8/7/2013

About the Photo Galleries

The biggest part of this blog will be the Twins and Kernels photo galleries.    I’ve been taking pictures at Twins games since 2002 so I have hundreds of photos from which to build content around.   Now that the Kernels are a Twins’ affiliate and a short drive from my … Continue Reading →


Kernels Photos 2013

I traveled to the Kernels’ playoff game in Ceder Rapids on Sept. 5, 2013.   Here are some pictures from that game.   The Kernals had a great season in 2013 but it ended on this night.  Tim Shibuya started on the mound for Ceder Rapids and he was relieved by … Continue Reading →

Twins starting pitcher 8/7/2013

Twins Photos 2013

On August 7, 2013 I traveled to Kansas City to watch the Twins play the Royals at Kauffman Stadium. Sam Deduno started for the Twins and took the loss.   Thanks to the box score on baseball-reference I was able to remind myself that he pitched five and two-thirds, giving up … Continue Reading →

By Sam Boulton Sr. (Own work) [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons

My Twins Mt. Rushmore

Back in 2002 I traveled to Mt. Rushmore for the first time, since then I’ve always imagined what four faces I would put in a Twins Mt. Rushmore.   So I’m going to give it a shot here.   Unfortunately Minnesota does not have a suitable mountain to carve out four … Continue Reading →

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I’ve been a twins fan since I was eight years old.   The year was 1971.   So my interest in the Twins started one year after the run of success that stretched from early 60′s to playoff appearances in 1969 and 70.   So I cut my teeth as … Continue Reading →