Minnesota Twins Managers

Every Minnesota Twins Manager in Franchise History

This is a comprehensive analysis of managers for the Minnesota Twins organization. Win / loss statistics, winning percentage, position in division, and games behind the leader are also shown for each manager.

The year leads to the specific American League season in review; the manager(s) name leads to his career statistics; and the roster leads to a list of every player on the team during the year

"I'm not the manager because I'm always right, but I'm always right because I'm the manager." - Minnesota Twins Manager (1976-1980) Gene Mauch
Minnesota Twins Managers
1961 - 2020

Minnesota Twins Managers & Finishes in Chronological Order

Year
Uniform #
Manager(s)
Wins
Losses
WP
Finish
GB
Roster

51

19
30
.388
7 th
38

14

2
5
.286

51

4
6
.400

14

45
49
.479

14

91
71
.562
2 nd
5

14

91
70
.565
3 rd
13

14

79
83
.488
6 th
20

14

102
60
.630
1 st
+7

14

89
73
.549
2 nd
9

14

25
25
.500
2 nd
1

43

66
46
.589

43

79
83
.488
7 th
24

1

97
65
.599
1 st
+9

18

98
64
.605
1 st
+9

18

74
86
.463
5 th
26½

18

36
34
.514
3 rd
15½

43

41
43
.488

43

81
81
.500
3 rd
13

43

82
80
.506
3 rd
8

43

76
83
.478
4 th
20½

4

85
77
.525
3 rd
5

4

84
77
.522
4 th
17½

4

73
89
.451
4 th
19

4

82
80
.506
4 th
6

4

54
71
.432
3 rd
19½

45

23
13
.639

45

11
25
.306
7 th / 4 th
11

42

30
43
.411

42

60
102
.370
7 th
33

42

70
92
.432
5 th
29

42

81
81
.500
2 nd
3

42

27
35
.435
4 th
14

44

Ray Miller

50
50
.500

44

Ray Miller

59
80
.424
6 th
21

10

12
11
.522

10

85
77
.525
1 st
+2

10

90
71
.562
2 nd
13

10

80
82
.494
5 th
19

10

74
88
.457
7 th
29

10

95
67
.586
1 st
+8

10

90
72
.556
2 nd
6

10

71
91
.438
5 th
23

10

53
60
.469
4 th
14

10

56
88
.389
5 th
44

10

78
84
.481
4 th
21½

10

68
94
.420
4 th
18½

10

70
92
.432
4 th
19

10

63
97
.397
5 th
33

10

69
93
.426
5 th
26

10

85
77
.525
2 nd
6

35

94
67
.584
1 st
+13½

35

90

72

.556

1 st
+4

35

92

70

.568

1 st
+9

35

83

79

.512

3 rd

16

35

96

66

.593
1 st
+1

35

79

83

.488

3 rd

17

35

88

75

.540

2 nd

1

35

87

76

.534

1 st

+1

35

94

68

.580

1 st

+6

35
63
99
.389
5 th
32
35
66
96
.407
5 th
22
35
66
96
.407
4 th
27
35
70
92
.432
5 th
20
4
83
79
.512
2 nd
12
4
59
103
.364
5 th
35½
4
85
77
.525
2 nd
17
4
78
84
.481
2 nd
13
5
101
61
.623
1 st
+8

2020

5

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2020

Year
Uniform #
Manager(s)
Wins
Losses
WP
Finish
GB
Roster

Minnesota Twins Managers & Finishes



The Minnesota Twins franchise is one of the few that has never had a manager that was also a player from the hall of fame .
During the 1988 season the Minnesota Twins , who had a 90-71 record, had their largest attendance when 3,030,672 fans attended home games.
Did you know that prior to the 1961 season, these Minnesota Twins were once called the Washington Senators ( click here for their managers )?
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