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Sports - Spectator
So far in the 2016 season, the Twins have sadly failed to build on the promise of last year's club, who were fighting for a playoff spot up until the season's final weeks. Despite the emerging talents of Miguel Sano, Oswaldo Arcia, and celebrated rookie Byung Ho Park – a superstar in his native South Korea, whom the Twins acquired in a league-wide bidding war during the offseason – the local nine has stumbled out of the gates with an MLB-worst record through the season's first two months, leaving their fans frustrated and looking for someone to blame. The multi-millionaire face of the franchise, hometown hero Joe Mauer, is again the target of fierce criticism, as his paltry numbers and anemic production at the plate fail to warrant the huge contract the Twins offered him following his early MVP season. The shrewd front office moves of general manager Terry Ryan haven't generated winning results in recent years, while manager and St. Paul native Paul Molitor's luck has entirely disappeared after a relatively charmed initial season in charge of the team. But no matter the success of the product on the field, heading out to Target Field on a glorious summer evening continues to be a special treat to die-hard Twins fans who waited all winter for the chance to see some outdoor baseball. Let's just hope the team can turn their fortunes around and hold our interest throughout the long season. For tickets and a complete schedule of games, visit minnesota.twins.mlb.com.