When the Minnesota Twins stumbled at the start of the 2006 season, falling 10 games off the pace, few people -- except perhaps the Twins themselves -- thought a Central Division championship was possible. Now, the team and their fans are dreaming World Series dreams.
Twins sweet season comes to bitter end The Twins' surge at the end of the regular season, giving them the A.L. Central Division championship, didn't last through the first round of the playoffs.October 6, 2006
What now, Twins? In a roundtable conversation, MPR's "Bleacher Bums" -- David Zingler, Ben Tesch, and Josh Lee -- talk with MPR producer Jim Bickal about the team's playoff prospects, and what the team has that other successful Twins teams didn't.October 2, 2006
Twins fever on the rise Thousands of Minnesota Twins fans are expected to turn out for a rally this evening in downtown Minneapolis, to celebrate the team's division championship. The Twins open the playoffs against the Oakland A's Tuesday at the Metrodome.October 1, 2006
Twins break out the champagne Cathy Wurzer and Morning Edition Sports Commentator Steve Rudolph discussed the Twins post-season prospects.September 26, 2006