The Twins Clubhouse Podcast features Twins favorites from past and present, as we relive specific moments from their career and catch up with what they are doing today. These new Twins shows will be available every Thursday wherever you listen to your favorite podcasts, or by subscribing at twinsbaseball.com/podcasts.
2/17/21: Twins Hot Stove
“As the Twins get ready to begin spring training they will do so without bench coach Mike Bell as it was announced that Bell is battling cancer. Tyler Duffey reacts to that news when he joins “The Hot Stove Show”. The righty reliever also chats about how mother nature has kept him from getting to Fort Myers, life with a 10-month old and the changes to the baseball. He also explains why he was even missing hecklers last season. That and more on his week’s show.”
2/10/21: Twins Hot Stove
We are a week away from the start of Spring Training, but a lot of Twins are already in Fort Myers and that is where we caught up with Ryan Jeffers on this week’s “Hot Stove Show”. The catcher chats about working on his swing and his unique positioning behind the plate which has him throwing from his knees. We also ask the physics major to dissect the changes made to the baseball here in 2021. Plus, Nelson Cruz is officially on board for this season, could this be his final campaign? The boomstick provides an answer.
2/3/21: Twins Hot Stove
This week’s “Hot Stove Show” features one of the most powerful and impactful conversations we have ever had on the program. Jeff Passan from ESPN joins us to discuss his story on Drew Robinson in addition to new Twins shortstop Andrelton Simmons’ battle with depression. It is a heavy topic, but one that needs to be addressed. There are some diamond notes later on in the show, such as Jeff thinking the Twins and White Sox will be the best fight for a division title here in 2021, Nelson Cruz’s return to the Twins and more.
1/27/21: Twins Hot Stove
The Hot Stove is starting to heat up, and on this week’s show we chat with newest Twin pitcher J.A. Happ. He discusses his route to the team, what lefty was a big influence on him, his only big league homer and more. He also gets into some of his new teammates, including the prospect of taking the mound with Andrelton Simmons behind him at short. Then we take a moment to honor and say good-bye to the legendary Hank Aaron.
1/20/21: Twins Hot stove
Pitching Coach Wes Johnson is the guest on this week’s “Twins Hot Stove Show”. We dive into how to examine and manage work flow for this season after the 60-game 2020 campaign, hear about some young arms in the system and Wes’ thoughts from Kenta Maeda’s first season with the team. Plus we hear about supinate and pronate as Wes throw’s a curve on the philosophy of when a youngster should start throwing the breaking pitch. We also give you the first peek at the upcoming Virtual Twinsfest.
1/13/21: Twins Hot Stove
He made history by picking up his first MLB hit in a postseason game, outfielder Alex Kirilloff reflects on that accomplishment and more on this week’s “Hot Stove Show”. The Twins took the lefty with their first round pick in the 2016 Draft because of his bat, so Alex talks about his hitting approach and philosophy at the plate. Then a fan drops in the zoom to ask some questions – including having Alex pick from a list of interesting challenges.
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