Using NetDP and StatCorner here are the top twin killers hitting and pitching. NetDP is a Baseball Prospectus stat, here's the definition:
The number of additional double plays generated versus an average player with the same number of opportunities. Negative NET DP indicates that fewer double plays than average were produced.
So the best player at avoiding double plays is Aki, followed by Crawford, Pena, and Upton. I'm a bit surprised that Floyd is in the negatives and lower than Zobrist, but that's where perception is apparently wrong. Hinske, Navarro, Riggans, Bartlett, and Longoria (barely) are the worst at avoiding double plays and cause more than an average player would in their place.
Now for the pitchers:
No surprise, the strikeout pitchers are mostly near the bottom. Kazmir only having two with that slider is more than a bit disappointing, and I hadn't realized that Miller had gotten quite that many.