Relax. In a probabilistic sense streaks like this are meaningless. Here’s an experiment: Write down what you think a fair coin toss looks like. “Throw” 162 mental coins and write down H for Heads and T for tails. Then either toss a coin yourself or go online and find a coin flip simulator and do the same 162 tosses.
Now compare your idea of a series of fair coin tosses compared to the reality. Look particularly at the streaks.
I did just this experiment and here are the results: (This time, heads were Wins or “W” and tails were Losses (L)
As can be plainly seen, a fair coin toss (basically, a .500 ballclub) should expect to see streaks of wins and losses. Sure, baseball is more complex since not all pitchers are .500 pitchers but this is mitigated by the way pitching rotations are set up; good pitchers generally pitch against other good pitchers and vice versa.
So the Twins losing a bunch of games in a row? Meaningless.