Chart: Sizing up past and present Twins pitchers

  • Updated: March 17, 2013 - 7:24 PM

The old

These five pitchers led the Twins in victories at least one season since 2000:

Pitcher Ht./Wt.

Joe Mays 6-1, 160

Brad Radke 6-2, 180

Johan Santana 6-0, 210

Glen Perkins 6-0, 205

Kevin Slowey 6-2, 200

The new

These five pitchers could be the future of the Twins’ rotation:

Pitcher Ht./Wt.

Kyle Gibson 6-6, 210

Mike Pelfrey 6-7, 250

Alex Meyer 6-9, 220

Trevor May 6-5, 215

Michael Tonkin 6-7, 220

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Kansas City - LP: B. Chen 1 FINAL
Cleveland - WP: C. Kluber 5
Cincinnati - WP: T. Cingrani 2 FINAL
Pittsburgh - LP: B. Cumpton 1
Chicago WSox - LP: J. Quintana 4 FINAL
Detroit - WP: M. Scherzer 7
St. Louis - LP: L. Lynn 1 FINAL
NY Mets - WP: B. Colon 4
Minnesota - WP: R. Nolasco 9 FINAL
Tampa Bay - LP: E. Bedard 7
Arizona - WP: M. Bolsinger 5 FINAL
Chicago Cubs - LP: E. Jackson 2
San Diego - WP: A. Torres 4 FINAL
Washington - LP: C. Stammen 3
Baltimore - WP: B. Norris 11 FINAL
Toronto - LP: B. Cecil 4
NY Yankees - WP: C. Sabathia 14 FINAL
Boston - LP: F. Doubront 5
Oakland - WP: S. Kazmir 10 FINAL
Houston - LP: B. Oberholtzer 1
Philadelphia - WP: M. Adams 7 FINAL
Los Angeles - LP: B. Wilson 3
Indiana 85 FINAL
Atlanta 98
Oklahoma City 95 FINAL
Memphis 98
LA Clippers 98 FINAL
Golden State 96
Boston 3 FINAL(OT)
Detroit 2
Colorado 1 FINAL
Minnesota 2
San Jose 3 FINAL
Los Angeles 6
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