Twins Run Tracker

MLB Minnesota Twins 3-Foot by 5-Foot Banner FlagThe Twins started the 2015 Major League Baseball (MLB) season on a torrid pace to set records this season.

Unfortunately for the team and their fans those records aren't the good ones.

The Twins looked like they were a terrible baseball team and and it seemed that their fans would be tuning in to see if they set records for least wins in a season or even least runs scored in a season.

With the belief that the Minnesota Twins would be on track to set unwanted records, Sportmentary.com started tracking the Twins to see if they would score the fewest runs in a season.

The fewest runs scored by a team in a Major League Baseball (MLB) season are 372 by the St. Louis Cardinals in 1908. The Cardinals played 154 games that year, meaning they scored 2.42 runs per game.

The Twins have turned things around and may surprise their fans by winning more games and scoring more runs than they thought was possible.

Will the Twins set the record? We’ll have to see. After every game for an update of the tracker.

TRACKER - Updated as of 04/21/2015
Runs
Games
Average
45
14
3.21

UPDATE - The Twins lost  a close game 6-5 to the Royals after falling behind early. While the Twins returned to its first nine games form as far as low run output is concerned, they are scoring more runs.

Is this the real Twins? We;ll have to see but the Twins rub tracker (Runs scored and average) took a dip tonight.

The Twins are clearly in control of not allowing the team to score the fewest runs in an MLB season.

Just because our Twins are terrible and will give us very little to cheer about doesn't mean we can’t have a little fun.


Source: ESPN.com


Twins Run Tracker

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