Seth Stohs is a product planner for Marvin Windows & Doors by day, and a Minnesota Twins blogger by night. His Twins blog ( discusses any Twins-related topic, with an emphasis on the Twins minor league system. His Minnesota Twins 2010 Prospect Handbook is his second solo venture. Seth is one of four TwinsCentric bloggers that have written several Twins-related books and publications. Seth has been on several radio shows throughout the Upper Midwest and hosts his own Weekly Minnesota Twins podcast (at Stohs grew up in Perham, MN, went to Concordia College in Moorhead, lived in Warroad for about 10 years, and has been living in the Twin Cities for the last two-plus years.


Equipped with an unhealthy obsession with GIANT Sunflower Seeds, Parker Hageman blends statistical analysis, scouting acumen and a dash of wit into his breakdowns. In addition to the TwinsCentric portfolio, he has contributed to RotoWorld,, The Hardball Times 2009 & 2010 Season Previews, GameDay’s Dugout Splinters and is a consulting writer for Inside Edge, a scouting service for baseball teams and media outlets. A graduate of Saint Cloud State University and current resident of Chanhassen - on the far western edge of the Twin Cities known as "South Dakota" - Hageman lives with his ever-patient girlfriend, Heather, and their beautiful daughter, Avery, who yearn for the off-season so that they can have the TV back. You can find more Twins analysis from him at his personal website Over the Baggy (


John Bonnes is a business systems consultant and the owner/editor of the GameDay Program and Scorecard, which can be purchased outside Twins games. You can read his daily analysis/rants at, where he's been writing since 2002. He lives in Minneapolis, where he is married to The Voice of Reason and raises The Chatty Chatty Princess and The Boy.


 Nick Nelson has operated Nick's Twins Blog (at since 2005. He strives to provide independent and even-handed analysis of the Twins with a fan's perspective and a trained writer's touch. He graduated from the University of Minnesota in 2008 with a journalism degree and currently resides in St. Louis Park.