Chart: Twins' first-half numbers don't lie

  • Updated: July 13, 2013 - 11:34 PM

first-half Numbers don’t lie


Record since June 21.

Stats to right are all through Thursday.


ERA of Twins starters; no other major league team is over 5.00.


Combined batting average of Twins outfielders.


Strikeouts by Twins pitchers; no other major league team is under 600.


Combined batting average of 3-4-5 hitters; opponents’ middle-order hitters are .298 vs. Twins.

Good at what?

1: Scott Diamond, expected to be the staff ace, has an ERA of 5.32 in 17 starts.

2: Rookie center fielder Aaron Hicks has struggled to get his batting average over .200.

3: Josh Willingham, currently on the DL, has been unable to come anywhere near his 2012 numbers.

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Washington 1 Top 8th Inning
NY Mets 0
Philadelphia 5 Top 8th Inning
Miami 2
Toronto 6 Bottom 6th Inning
Cleveland 8
Cincinnati 0 Top 7th Inning
Atlanta 5
Tampa Bay 2 Top 7th Inning
Baltimore 1
Chicago WSox 0 Top 4th Inning
Minnesota 7
Detroit 6 Bottom 5th Inning
Kansas City 0
Seattle 1 Top 5th Inning
Houston 6
Pittsburgh 0 Top 5th Inning
St. Louis 1
Milwaukee 3 Bottom 4th Inning
Chicago Cubs 1
Oakland 0 Top 2nd Inning
Texas 0
LA Angels - J. Weaver 3:05 PM
San Francisco - T. Lincecum
Colorado - K. Kendrick 3:10 PM
San Diego - J. Shields
Arizona - C. Anderson 3:10 PM
Los Angeles - B. Anderson
NY Yankees - A. Warren 7:05 PM
Boston - J. Kelly
Washington 104 FINAL
Atlanta 98
Memphis 2:30 PM
Golden State
Tampa Bay 5:00 PM
Minnesota 7:30 PM
Calgary 9:00 PM
Chicago 4:00 PM
Sporting Kansas City
Seattle 6:00 PM
New York City
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