|In his Twins debut versus the A's.|
|Minnesota Twins - No. 51|
|Session 5 of the 2017 season for the Minnesota Twins|
|NABA Statistics (through S1S5)|
|Earned run average||0.56|
|Discord ID #||N/A|
Tim Burr (born ???) is an American professional fake baseball pitcher for the Minnesota Twins of Major League Redditball. He signed as a free agent before Session 5 of the 2017 season, which he started for the Twins soon thereafter. Despite some uncertainty over his ability, Burr received the first win in Minnesota Twins history.
Burr was quietly signed by the Twins after a long time on the free agent market. As a fringe inning-eater, many expected him to crumble under the explosive Arizona Diamondbacks offense. The young pitcher did the opposite, however, in his Session 5 debut. He pitched 3.1 innings and gave up 0 runs, with 5 strikeouts. This pitching performance paved the way for a shutout, one finished by Hudson Quin, who earned the save. Burr quickly became lauded by the Minnesota fanbase for his strong first start, though many thought it was a fluke. The 'Burr Rule' was set amongst early league statkeepers, lead by the mystical head statkeeper known as The Admiral, who stated that Game Scores needed a limit of 2 starts to be counted on the statboards, after Burr's small-sample success would put him above more-seasoned pitchers.