Minnesota Twins Odds

Today's Twins run lines and World Series odds at top IA sportsbooks

Those looking to bet on the Minnesota Twins at Iowa sportsbooks have lots of options. There are plenty of Twins fans in the state, and a number of different sites where they can wager on Minnesota games.

Here’s a full guide to betting on the Twins in Iowa, including a rundown of the different ways to wager plus information about the Twins to help inform your bets.

Minnesota Twins odds: Game lines, props & futures

Check our odds tiles below for the latest game lines, props, and Twins futures currently being offered at Iowa sportsbooks. When you find a wager you like, just click on the odds below to go directly to the online sportsbook, claim your bonus, and start making your Twins bets.

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How to bet on Twins games in Iowa

The best way to wager is using regulated online sportsbooks in Iowa. If you’re legally eligible to bet in the state, are within the state borders and have an internet connection, you’re all set. Let’s get started:

  • Download the sportsbook app: Whether on an Apple or Android device, simply search for the sportsbook name in the Apple App Store or the Google Play Store. You may have to download geolocation software onto your device for compliance.
  • Sign up for an account: This step requires you to give the sportsbook operator a few details about yourself. The gaming company must verify that you are eligible to place bets in IA. Typically, you’ll need to provide your full name, address and last four digits of your Social Security Number.
  • Claim bonus bets and bonuses: Don’t miss out on the freebies you deserve. IA sportsbooks usually save their best promotional offers for new betting customers.
  • Deposit funds: Although some bonuses will give you “free money” to wager with, many new customer promos are tied to your first deposit. All Iowa betting apps offer several regulated deposit options; however, Iowa law states that you can’t use your credit card to deposit into a betting account.
  • Bet: You’re now ready to browse the markets and place your first wager with your new sportsbook account. As always, play responsibly and good luck!

Best Twins betting app

DraftKings Sportsbook Iowa

Which app is best for betting on the Twins is all about function and reliability. Of course, an app is only as good as the sportsbook that powers it. Thus, bettors are looking for an app with the following qualities:

  • Competitive odds.
  • Fast updates during games.
  • Frequent and generous promotions.
  • The utmost in user-friendly technology.
  • A wide variety of markets involving Minnesota.

The app that best checks all those boxes is DraftKings Sportsbook. DraftKings offers great deals, especially for new bettors. The DK app offers all types of markets on Twins games that IA law and regulations allow. You’ll rarely see DraftKings exclude the Twins from baseball betting markets or promotions as well.

Twins betting lines explained

For most individual games, the standard betting markets include three separate wagers: moneyline, run totals and run line betting. Here’s an example from an Iowa sportsbook:

Minnesota-1.5 +132O 7.5 -110-124
Cleveland+1.5 -157U 7.5 -110+106

The first market is the run line, which is like the point spread in basketball or football. In this market, the visiting Twins are favored by a run-and-a-half, with odds of +132. Thus, if you felt confident that Minnesota would beat Cleveland by at least two runs this day, you’d take those odds. On the other hand, if you believed the Guardians would make it a closer game or win the game outright, you’d take Cleveland -157.

Next is the total for the game. This is the line on how many runs both teams will combine to score in the game. If you think there would be at least eight runs between Cleveland and Minnesota in this game, you’d bet the over. If you felt both teams would score seven or fewer runs, you’d take the under wager.

Finally, there’s the moneyline, bet, which is simply a bet on which team will win the game. In this instance, Minnesota is a -124 road favorite.

Twins live betting

Baseball lends itself well to in-game wagering because of the frequent and repetitive actions of players. However, one obstacle can be the lag. For example, the time span between when a pitcher throws the ball and when the odds will update can sometimes be too wide. The best way to combat that is by using an Iowa sports betting app.

On most apps, you can not only bet on the results of individual at-bats but even single pitches within a plate appearance. Other live markets include a props bet on whether a team will score a run during a particular half-inning. Those odds fluctuate as runners reach base or outs are recorded through the course of an inning. They also change as managers introduce pinch hitters/runners or make pitching changes.

With live betting, it’s important to be aware of speed. Thus, using the Iowa sports betting app on your phone will keep you clued in to what’s going on in the game but simultaneously where the in-game odds are sitting, so you can act the second you see a market that looks good to you.

Betting on Twins team/MVP player futures

Before and throughout each season, you can bet on a myriad of other baseball futures, including the Twins as a team and individual Minnesota players.

As far as team futures go, you can wager on a win total market, taking either the over or the under bet on how many games they will win during the regular season. You can also look at the Twins’ World Series odds and if they look inviting place a bet on Minnesota to win it all.  On the player side, you can bet on players, e.g., Byron Buxton and Carlos Correa to lead MLB in statistical categories.

In these situations, it can pay to have active accounts with more than one licensed Iowa online sportsbook. That way, you can shop to get the absolute best Twins betting odds. As with all futures betting, though, you need to manage your bankroll appropriately. Such wagers will tie a part of your bankroll up for up to several months.

Those markets cover the length of the season, but you can also find prop bets for individual games. Again, these are available for the entire teams and players on them. You could find a total market for the number of strikeouts recorded by Dylan Bundy on a day he is starting or a spread market for just the first five innings of the game.

Other options might include whether a team will hold a lead through an inning and the total number of hits and walks for Luis Arraez during the game. Check below for current prop odds on key Twins players for today’s game.

Twins stats leaders

Here’s a snapshot look at Minnesota Twins batting and pitching leaders over the last five years:

YearBatting AverageHome RunsRuns Batted InWinsEarned Run AverageStrikeouts
2023Donovan Solano, .282Max Kepler, 24Max Kepler, 66Pablo Lopez and Joe Ryan, 11Jhoan Durán, 2.45Pablo Lopez, 234
2022Luis Arráez, .316Byron Buxton, 28José Miranda, 66Joe Ryan, 13Jhoan Durán, 1.86Joe Ryan, 151
2021Jorge Polanco, .269Jorge Polanco, 33Jorge Polanco, 98Michael Pineda, 9Juan Minaya, 2.48Jose Berrios, 126
2020Luis Arráez, .321Nelson Cruz, 16Eddie Rosario, 42Kenta Maeda and Randy Dobnak, sixMatt Wisler, 1.07Kenta Maeda, 80
2019Luis Arráez, .334Nelson Cruz, 41Eddie Rosario, 109Jake Odorizzi, 15Randy Dobnak, 1.59Jose Berrios, 195

Twins top prospects

Here’s who MLB.com considered to be the top five Minnesota Twins prospects to start 2024:

  • Walter Jenkins (OF)
  • Brooks Lee (SS)
  • Emmanuel Rodriguez (OF)
  • Gabriel Gonzalez (OF)
  • David Fiesta (RHP)

Twins coaching staff

Here’s a look at Minnesota Twins coaching staff for 2024:

  • Manager: Rocco Baldelli
  • Bench Coach: Jayce Tingler
  • Infield Coach/Assistant Bench Coach: Tony Diaz
  • First Base Coach/Catching Coach: Hank Conger
  • Third Base Coach/Outfield Coach: Tommy Watkins
  • Hitting Coaches: Rudy Hernandez, David Popkins
  • Pitching Coach: Pete Maki
  • Bullpen Coach: Colby Suggs

Recent Twins managers

The Twins’ current manager, Rocco Baldelli, started his tenure in Minnesota in 2019. Here’s a look at the past five Twins managers (including Baldelli) and how they’ve done:

Rocco Baldelli2019-present375-333*
Paul Molitor2015-2018305-343
Rod Gardenhire2002-20141068-1039
Tom Kelly1986-20011140-1244
Ray Miller1985-1986109-130

*entering 2024 season

Where do the Twins play?

Target Field, which the Twins have called home for over a decade now, is the smallest venue in MLB at only 8.5 acres in total area. It’s also one of MLB’s youngest venues, though, as only Marlins Park in Miami is newer.

  • Capacity: 39,504
  • Dimensions: Left field – 339′, Left-center – 377′, center field left corner – 411′, center field right corner – 403′, right-center – 367′, right field – 328′
  • Surface: Kentucky bluegrass
  • Ground Breaking: Aug. 30, 2007
  • Opened: April 12, 2010
  • Construction Cost: $555 million
  • Other Events: College football games, concerts, Minnesota United FC matches and University of Minnesota baseball games

How can I watch Twins games in Iowa?

National rights holders for MLB include Disney, Fox, Google and Turner. Thus, some Twins games will be available on the ESPN networks, FS1, FS2, Fox, TBS and YouTube.

Games will be available via attached streaming platforms ESPN+ and FoxSportsGo in accordance with carrier contracts. Bally’s Sports North, formerly Fox Sports North, has the local broadcast rights for Twins games. Bally’s Sports North occupies the same channels with all carriers that Fox Sports North had.

Bally’s Sports will eventually debut its own app for streaming purposes, but until then, viewers with access to live streams can continue to stream games through the FoxSportsGo app. Unfortunately, MLB considers the Twins an “in-market” team for Iowa MLB.TV subscribers. Thus, Iowans cannot watch Twins games live on MLB.TV. MLB.TV subscribers can stream Twins games in archived format, however, which is 90 minutes after the game’s conclusions.

Twins TV and radio broadcasters

  • Radio – English language: Kris Atteberry, Dan Gladden and Cory Provus
  • Radio – Spanish language: Alfonso Fernandez and Tony Oliva
  • Television – English language: Bert Blyleven, Dick Bremer, LaTroy Hawkins, Justin Morneau, Jack Morris and Roy Smalley

Minnesota Twins FAQ

Twenty-one individuals have gone into the Baseball Hall of Fame. Those players are (unless noted):

  • 1936: Walter Johnson
  • 1937: Tris Speaker
  • 1939: George Sisler
  • 1945: Ed Delahanty
  • 1946: Clark Griffith, executive
  • 1953: Al Simmons
  • 1956: Joe Cronin
  • 1963: Sam Rice
  • 1964: Heinie Manush
  • 1972: Early Wynn
  • 1975: Bucky Harris, manager
  • 1984: Harmon Killebrew
  • 1984: Rick Ferrell
  • 1991: Rod Carew
  • 1994: Steve Carlton
  • 2001: Dave Winfield
  • 2001: Kirby Puckett
  • 2004: Paul Molitor
  • 2010: Whitey Herzog, manager
  • 2018: Jim Thome
  • 2018: Jack Morris

Including those numbers retired for the Washington Senators and Jackie Robinson’s league-wide No. 42, there are eight numbers retired in the Twins franchise. Besides Robinson, those numbers are:

  • 3: Harmon Killebrew
  • 6: Tony Oliva
  • 7: Joe Mauer
  • 10: Tom Kelly
  • 14: Kent Hrbek
  • 28: Bert Blyleven
  • 34: Kirby Puckett

The mascot is an anthropomorphic bear, named T.C. Bear. He is most often depicted wearing a team jersey and cap with cleats. Like most mascots, he is rarely if ever depicted wearing pants.

The “T” in the logo refers to “Twin” instead of Twins, while the “C” refers to “Cities.” The franchise is named after Minnesota’s “twin cities” of Minneapolis and St. Paul.

The current principal owner is Jim Pohlad. James took over the controlling interest of the franchise when his father, Carl, passed in January 2009. Carl Pohlad bought the franchise in 1984 after making a fortune selling the US Bank chain.

If you confine it to games played as the Minnesota Twins, the answer is 11. The Twins appeared in the 1965, 1987 and 1991 World Series, winning the latter two. The franchise’s history with the World Series goes deeper to when it was known as the Washington Senators. The Senators appeared in the 1924, 1925 and 1933 World Series. Washington won the 1924 series in seven games, then went on to lose the 1925 series in seven and the 1933 series in five games.