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Continued: MLB Insider: Twins dominated by all AL Cy Young candidates

  • Article by: PHIL MILLER , Star Tribune
  • Last update: September 7, 2013 - 7:47 PM

Dave Engle .928 1981

Matt Lawton .881 1995

Marty Cordova .877 1995

Jacque Jones .869 1999

Tim Teufel .863 1983

The Twins’ history with catchers isn’t quite as stellar, however (with one exception). The 10 best rookie seasons by Twins catchers:

Player OPS Year

Joe Mauer .976 2004

Damian Miller .731 1997

Butch Wynegar .729 1976

Wilson Ramos .729 2010

Bruce Look .661 1968

Glenn Borgmann .634 1972

Sal Butera .596 1980

Matthew LeCroy .596 2000

Mike Durant .539 1996

Chad Moeller .538 2000


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