Twinkie Town research has found that much of the Twins success in the 2000s came on the back of rostering multiple Matts. In fact, Minnesota rostered at least two Matts every season from 2004 through 2012. Levine laughed when recounting [former Twins GM] Bill Smith’s commitment to this strategy. “That 2010 team had four Matts — I mean, talk about going all in on a strategy. It worked that season though, 94-68 is nothing to sneeze at.”
Twinkie Town’s independent analysis confirmed the 2010 team did, in fact, have four Matts: Tolbert, Capps, Guerrier, and Fox. It was the only season since 2001 in which the team had that many. In that same span, three seasons had three Matts, eight seasons had two, and five have had just one.
You should submit your resume for bench coach.
100K per year plus all the Cubans and Beer you can handle.
"You guys are true athletes!"