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Manager: Ron Gardenhire
Ball Park : Hubert H. Humphries Metrodome
Location: Minneapolis, MN Turf: Artificial Capacity: 56,000
The Metrodome lies in downtown Minneapolis and is the home of the Minnesota Twins. The doomed stadium has also played host to the 1985 Baseball All-Star Game, Super Bowl XXVI, and the 1992 NCAA Final Four Basketball Tournamen. 7,600 retracable seats lie beyond right field and the playing field is comprised of removable astroturf. The dome seats 48,678.
The Metrodome lies west of Interstate 35W at 34 Kirby Puckett Place Minneapolis, MN 55415. Take I-94 west to the Fifth Street exit from the east. Take I-394 to the 4th Street exit and 4th Street about 10 blocks east from points west of the stadium. Interests from the north should take I-35W south to the Washington Ave. Exit. Visitors from the south should take I-35W north to the Third Street exit.
What was supposed to be the year the Twins finally broke through and went deep into the playoffs instead became a major disappointment. After three straight American League Central titles, the Twins couldn't score runs in 2005 and missed the playoffs, finishing behind Chicago and Cleveland.
Minnesota's pitching was as strong as ever, with Johan Santana following up his Cy Young season with another impressive campaign. He led the AL with 238 strikeouts and finished just behind Kevin Millwood with a 2.87 ERA. And the bullpen was even better than it had been, with Joe Nathan establishing himself as one of baseball's best closers with 43 saves, an opponents batting average of .183 and more than 12 strikeouts per nine innings.
But the offense was a huge disappointment as young players who were counted on in key spots in the lineup didn't come through. Catcher Joe Mauer hit .294, but showed less power than hoped, and first baseman Justin Morneau followed his promising rookie season with a .239 average and just 22 home runs, after he hit 19 in 280 at-bats in 2004. Injuries also took a toll, with Torii Hunter breaking his ankle in late July and missing the rest of the season, and Shannon Stewart posting his worst season in the majors.
The Twins didn't feel a need to tear up the roster, with the pitching staff in great shape and the young hitters expected to come around, but they did look for proven hitters to boost the offense. Luis Castillo helps the top of the order, but Minnesota may need another bat to overtake the White Sox and Indians.
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