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Michael Pineda

Michael Pineda

#35P,
W
9
L
8
ERA
3.62
K
88
BB
21
Bio
Height/Weight: 6' 7"/280 lbs
Bat: R
Throw: R
Born: Yaguate, Dominican Republic
College: None
Draft: Undrafted
  • Twinkie Town

    Ron Gardenhire, Dan Gladden, César Tovar named to Twins Hall of Fame

    The Minnesota Twins have announced their three newest members of the team’s Hall of Fame: Gardenhire began his managerial career as the Minnesota skipper in 2002 after the retirement of fellow MINHOFer Tom Kelly. He helmed the team for the next 13 seasons, leading the team to six American League Central crowns while being named AL Manager of the Year in 2010.

  • AM 1390 KRFO

    You Won't Believe the Names of These Two Adjacent Minnesota Lakes

    Of the over 10,000 lakes in the state of Minnesota most of them with names, there are bound to be some that confuse, offend and make you laugh, these two adjacent lakes might check all of those boxes. Lake names in the state of Minnesota are handled by the Department of Natural Resources and there is a process in place to either name a lake, or change the name of a lake, and I can imagine that whoever approved these two lakes had a good sense of humor.

  • Bleed Cubbie Blue

    Wrigley Field historical sleuthing: Tony Oliva edition

    Getty Images says: Tony Oliva of the Minnesota Twins poses before a MLB game at Wrigley Field in Chicago, Illinois. Oliva played for the Minnesota Twins from 1962-76. Well.