The Southeast Twins are off and running as the Saskatchewan Premier Baseball League got going this past weekend.

Twins Head Coach Blair Beck said the baseball squad picked up a pair of wins over the Sun Devils in Unity and also beat the Saskatoon Giants twice.

The team is off to a 4-0 start.

"Nice start to our season," Beck said. "Our expectations are pretty high. We have a large number of third year kids...we have eight third year kids. Coming off a pretty good season last year where we finished in the top four in the province."

"And our expectations are to be right near the top of the league and take a run at provincials."

Beck also mentioned a few notable players who could be difference makers this season.

"Coming back we have Callum Hollinger and Sutter Balog who were both members of Team Saskatchewan last summer at the Canada Summer Games," Beck said. "Callum is an outfielder/pitcher and Sutter is a pitcher/infielder, and we expect them both to be very strong this year."

Also returning is Beck's son and multi-sport talent Carter Beck, who has committed to play Division II baseball at the University of Mary in Bismarck, North Dakota this fall.

"He had a really good year last year and we expect him to do similar things again this year," Blair Beck said. "With the work he puts in, I think he has a real good chance of having a really successful year again."

The Twins will play 30 games this season with eight of thirteen teams making the playoffs.