The twins are unwilling to tell how they want to kill the so-called Yankees dragon.
"No, we'll wait until the very last minute to talk about what our players are doing," Manager Rocco Baldelli told reporters when he was asked who on Friday in the Bronx for Game 1 of the ALDS  It is likely that Jake Odorizzi and Jose Berrios, who far and wide Minnesota's two best starters this season, are removed.
What is less sure is how the infield will look Baldelli said versatile rookie Luis Arraez has done "significantly better" since suffering an right ankle sprain (grade 1) on Saturday in an infield clash of .334 / .399 / .439 with four home runs and 28 RBIs in 92 games.
The Twins have until Friday morning to set up their 25-man playoff list, one that they hope will finally defeat the Yankees after six playoffs since 2003. [1
"I do not think any of our boys are interested in what happened before," Baldelli said.