|Minor league affiliations|
|Major league affiliations|
|Minor league titles|
|League titles||2 (1942, 1950)|
During their history, Twins were an affiliate team of the New York Giants (1942–1951), Pittsburgh Pirates (1952–1953) and New York Yankees (1954–1955). The team played their home games at Shaw Stadium.
In its sixteen seasons of existence, the Bristol Twins advanced to the playoffs series at total of fourteen times, winning the championship title in 1942 and 1950.
|Lost in First Round|
|Lost in First Round|
|1942||n/a||71-36||1st||Hal Gruber||Championship title|
|1943||NYG||74-35||1st||Hal Gruber||Lost Final Series|
|1944||NYG||54-53||2nd||Hal Gruber||Lost Final Series|
|1945||NYG||64-45||1st||Hal Gruber||Lost Final Series|
|1946||NYG||72-51||2nd||Don Cross||Lost in First Round|
|1947||NYG||64-62||4th||Charlie Fox||Lost in First Round|
|1949||NYG||76-41||3rd||Ben Geraghty||Lost Final Series|
|1950||NYG||74-47||2nd||Ben Geraghty||Championship title|
|1952||PIT||60-57||2nd||George DeTore||Lost in First Round|
|1954||NYY||65-51||3rd||Walter Lance||Lost in First Round|
|1955||NYY||63-61||3rd||Dave Madison||Lost in First Round|
- Ron Necciai pitched for Bristol before joining the Pittsburgh Pirates. On May 13, 1952 Necciai struck out 27 batters while throwing a 7–0 no-hitter against the Welch Miners. Four of the Welch hitters did reach base, including one runner each via a walk, an error, a hit batsman and a passed ball charged to Twins' catcher Harry Dunlop on a swinging third strike. This resulted in a four-strikeout ninth inning. In his next start Necciai threw a 24-strikeout two-hitter, posting a 4-0 record with a 0.42 earned run average and 109 strikeouts in 43 innings of work.
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