June 25, 2021

Grading the 2019 Twins: Jake Odorizzi (Twinkie Town)


This is another installment in our series grading the individual performances of the key members of the 2019 Minnesota Twins. Each player will receive a classic grade on the scale of A through F, based on their hitting, fielding, and whatever else the author wants to consider. Check out our other previous installments in the related section below. Today, I’ll be reviewing Jake Odorizzi’s season.


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There doesn’t seem to be any better time to do this, with Odorizzi now officially back with the Twins for 2020. He earned the qualifying offer last season with a career year and he will have a lot of motivation to build on it this season.

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