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One of the eight original teams of the American League founded in 1901; it wasn’t until the 1960s that the Minnesota Twins were – well, the Minnesota Twins. The franchise was founded in Washington, D.C. as the Washington Senators, and had early success, winning the 1924 World Series and several AL Pennants. The franchise then relocated to Minneapolis, Minnesota in 1961 and renamed the Minnesota Twins, which has remained to this day.

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Twins History

After playing its first three seasons at American League Park as the Washington Senators, the club then moved into National Park, also known as Boundary Field and American League Park II where it called home until 1910. The team then moved into Griffith Stadium in 1911 and would stay there through the 1960 season, after which the team relocated to Minneapolis. The newly minted Minnesota Twins spent their first 20 years in Minnesota playing at Metropolitan Stadium before moving into the Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome in 1982, which it shared with the Minnesota Vikings of the NFL. The team would then move once more after the 2009 season to Target Field, located in the historic warehouse district of downtown Minneapolis.


Aside from the 1924 World Series that the franchise won as the Washington Senators, the club has also won two more Fall Classics as the Minnesota Twins, taking home the title in 1987 over the St. Louis Cardinals and again in 1991 over the Atlanta Braves. The franchise has won the AL Pennant a total of six times, and has a total of 10 division titles, with four West Division titles and six Central Division titles. After making the playoffs in 2010, the Twins had to wait until 2017 to return to the playoffs when the club made the postseason with a Wild Card berth.

Hall of Famers

One of the first star pitchers of baseball was Washington Senators ace Walter Johnson, who spent his entire playing career with the Senators, appearing in 21 seasons in the nation’s capital. He would then return after retiring as a player as the Senators’ manager from 1929 through 1932. Johnson, considered one of the best pitchers in major league history, remains the record holder, even after almost a century, of career shutouts with 110. Johnson also ranks second in wins with 417 and fourth in complete games with 531. During his career, Johnson also set the record for strikeouts with 3,508, which lasted for more than 50 years after he hung up his cleats. Johnson is also the only pitcher in major league history with more than 400 wins and 3,500 strikeouts and was part of the first Baseball Hall of Fame class.

The Minnesota Twins also have their own Hall of Famers, including infielder Rod Carew, who spent 11 seasons in Minnesota. Carew won the AL Rookie of the Year award with the Twins in 1967 and would continue to build on his early success, earning 18 trips to the All-Star Game and winning the AL batting title seven times during his career. Carew is also a member of the 3,000 Hit Club, finishing his career with 3,053 while batting .328.

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