2019 Minnesota Twins Game-by-Game Results

American League (AL)
Team Record: 101-61
Finished 1st in the AL's Central Division
Attendance: 2,303,299, Avg. 28,436
Ballpark: Target Field
Won Division
American League Division Series - Lost to New York Yankees 3-0
Manager: Rocco Baldelli (101-61)
Location: Minneapolis, Minnesota
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The Minnesota Twins of the American League ended the 2019 season with a record of 101 wins and 61 losses, finishing first in the AL's Central Division.

The Twins tallied 939 runs and surrendered 754 runs. Nelson Cruz walloped 41 home runs for Minnesota, while Eddie Rosario, Marwin Gonzalez, Miguel Sano, Max Kepler, Jonathan Schoop, C. J. Cron, Jorge Polanco and Mitch Garver each swatted 20 or more also. Eddie Rosario drove in 109 runs. Nelson Cruz led hitters with significant playing time by hitting .311. Jake Odorizzi topped the team with 15 wins and a team-best 3.51 ERA, leading regularly-used pitchers.

Rocco Baldelli coached the team. The 2019 Minnesota Twins qualified for the playoffs as a division winner.

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Regular Season Runs For: 0
Regular Season Runs Against: 0

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