MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – Twins fans are a bit down after losing their final home game of the season at Target Field Sunday. As they headed for their cars, many expressed frustration.

Graham Nelson says the Twins need a lot of work.

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“It’s pretty discouraging. I think we have totally drained our farm teams. We’ve got no one in the system to bring up. We spent all our money on Mauer and as much as I like him, he’s hurting us long term,” Nelson said.

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Despite the losing season, the Twins said the season ended with the 4th highest all-time attendance record, with over 2.7 million fans. The 2010 and 2011 seasons rank first and second respectively, while the 1988 season is in third place for top annual attendance.