Best Month For Minnesota Twins Since 2021

Best Month For Minnesota Twins Since 2021
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The new standard-bearer in the American League Central is Rocco Baldelli’s Minnesota Twins. The team has won three division titles since Baldelli, the former MLB outfielder, took over for Paul Molitor in 2019, including last year’s 87-75 campaign.

The Twins have gone 238-248 (.490) since 2021, though things are looking up in the Twin Cities after last year, when Minnesota snapped the club’s 18-game losing streak in playoff games. That skid stretched back to 2004 but ended when the Twins bested the Toronto Blue Jays in a 2023 Wild Card series. There were no legal Minnesota sportsbooks to take action on that, but there is movement to try to change that.

Now, the Twins return to the diamond with +2500 World Series odds on ESPN BET, tied with the Chicago Cubs for No. 10 on the board as of Friday afternoon. Minnesota has -180 odds of making the postseason once again this fall, and +145 odds to miss out.

With the MLB season right around the corner, used data from the past three years to see which months were best and worst for the team. Keep coming back to for the best Minnesota sports betting promo codes when operators eventually launch in the state.

Minnesota Twins Best Month

Rank, Month Record Winning Pct.
1. August 43-39 .524
2. April 37-36 .507
T3. May 43-43 .500
T3. September 41-41 .500
5. July 34-39 .466
6. June 36-44 .450

Minnesota Twins Best Calendar Month

Based on statistics, the team plays best in August with a 43-39 record, which translates to a .524 winning percentage.

April (37-36 record, .507 winning percentage) was the only other calendar month where the Twins had a winning record over the past three seasons combined. They have gone exactly .500 in May (43-43) and September (41-41) in that span.

Minnesota’s worst months between 2021 and 2023 were July (34-39, .466) and June (36-44, .450), showcasing how hard it is to keep early season momentum alive during the grind of the summer for the team.

Minnesota Twins 2024 Odds

Looking forward, it seems like oddsmakers are confident that such midseason maladies won’t hold the Twins back. DraftKings Sportsbook lists Minnesota’s preseason win total over/under at 86.5, which is in line with the team’s playoff-caliber roster.

Throw in shortstop Royce Lewis’ +4000 AL MVP odds and Pablo Lopez’s +1100 AL Cy Young futures wager at BetMGM Sportsbook, and you get the sense that 2024 could be Minnesota’s year. The team seeks its first World Series title since 1991 and you can also see our Minnesota Twins best Day of the week story at



Christopher Boan is a lead writer at, specializing in covering state issues. He has covered sports and sports betting in Arizona for more than seven years, including stops at, the Tucson Weekly and the Green Valley News.