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Versatility lands Bernier a spot on Twins
Twins manager Paul Molitor explained the rationale for the club purchasing the contract of infielder Doug Bernier with utility man Eduardo Nunez going on the 15-day disabled list with a strained left oblique. ...
Rosario homers on first pitch of career
Twins prospect Eddie Rosario, starting two days after being called up from Triple-A Rochester, homered on the first pitch he saw from A's left-hander Scott Kazmir on Wednesday to give Minnesota a 1-0 lead. He became the first Twins player to homer on his first big league pitch and just the 29th play ...
Nunez placed on DL with left oblique strain
The Twins placed utility man Eduardo Nunez on the 15-day disabled list with a left oblique strain after Tuesday's 2-1 loss to the A's, and purchased infielder Doug Bernier's contract from Triple-A Rochester. ...
Twins' offense has no answers against A's
The Twins entered Tuesday's game against the A's with their offense rolling and a five-game winning streak, but it all came to a halt in a 2-1 loss at Target Field. ...
Bats unable to pick up May in loss to A's
The A's halted the Twins' winning streak at five games, as right-hander Jesse Chavez tossed 7 1/3 strong innings in a 2-1 win on Tuesday night at Target Field. ...
With hot bats, Twins confident in comeback
With the way the offense has been rolling this homestand, no one on the Twins panicked when they quickly fell behind by four runs just five batters into the game on a grand slam from A's catcher Stephen Vogt off right-hander Phil Hughes. ...
Schafer dazzles with outstanding diving grab
Jordan Schafer knew as soon as he hit the ground that he had come up with a run-saving diving catch in shallow center field to end the eighth inning, but it wasn't quite as clear for first-base umpire Todd Tichenor. ...
Buxton smashes walk-off home run for Chattanooga
Byron Buxton extended his hitting streak to eight games in the most dramatic way possible. MLB's top prospect hit a walk-off homer to lead Double-A Chattanooga to a 2-0 win. ...
Plouffe dedicates slam to late grandfather
In a touching moment in his postgame interview on the field with Fox Sports North after Sunday's 13-3 win over the White Sox, Trevor Plouffe said the grand slam he hit was in honor of his grandfather, Tom, who passed away Saturday night. ...
Hunter's homer lifts Twins to fifth straight win
The Twins extended their winning streak to five games, as they erased an early four-run deficit with Torii Hunter coming through with a go-ahead three-run homer in the sixth inning in an 8-7 win over the A's on Monday night at Target Field. ...
Arcia's trip to DL opens up spot for Rosario
The Twins placed outfielder Oswaldo Arcia on the 15-day disabled list with a right hip flexor strain on Monday, and they recalled fellow outfielder Eddie Rosario from Triple-A Rochester. ...
Syndergaard headlines Prospect Team of the Week
Noah Syndergaard threw a seven-inning shutout in the first game of a doubleheader on Monday, then came back five days later with seven more scoreless innings. His performance was the most impressive among prospects for the week of April 27-May 3. ...
MLB reveals 30 Honorary Bat Girl winners
Thirty winners were announced on Monday by Major League Baseball in the 2015 Honorary Bat Girl contest. ...
Twins surpass .500 mark for first time in 2015
Having a .500 record is just a one-day event, according to Twins manager Paul Molitor, but the hard work over the past couple weeks has clearly paid off as Minnesota eclipsed the mark for the first time all season. ...
Pressly may step in as go-to long reliever
Twins manager Paul Molitor said he'll use a mix of relievers in long roles, and he had to use right-hander Ryan Pressly in that role in Sunday's 13-3 win over the White Sox, with right-hander Mike Pelfrey lasting just 3 1/3 innings. ...
Plouffe's slam leads offensive burst to finish sweep
For the second straight season, the Twins swept a four-game series from the White Sox at Target Field by virtue of Sunday's 13-3 rout of the South Siders. ...
Slightly rusty Nolasco earns win in return
After missing nearly a month with inflammation in his right elbow, Ricky Nolasco was back on the mound on Saturday, and although he showed some signs of rust, he pitched well enough to keep Minnesota in the game and ultimately picked up the win over the White Sox. ...
Nolasco, 2 HRs have Twins back at .500
Ricky Nolasco picked up the win in his return from the 15-day disabled list, backed by homers from Torii Hunter and Trevor Plouffe in a 5-3 victory over the White Sox on Saturday afternoon at Target Field. ...
Molitor explains reason for Milone move
Manager Paul Molitor on Saturday explained the Twins' surprising decision to send left-hander Tommy Milone to Triple-A Rochester. ...
Gibson putting consistency issues to bed
Twins right-hander Kyle Gibson has a 1.88 ERA over his last four starts, and his performance against the White Sox on Friday night was his best of the season, as he scattered just four hits and a walk with four strikeouts. ...
Gibson directs shutout with 8 scoreless
Twins right-hander Kyle Gibson outdueled White Sox left-hander Jose Quintana with eight shutout innings as the Twins eked out a 1-0 victory at Target Field on Friday night. Kennys Vargas scored the lone run on a fifth-inning wild pitch. ...
Hughes cleared to start as Twins shuffle arms
Twins right-hander Phil Hughes, who left his start on Wednesday with a minor flexor strain in his left hip, threw a bullpen session with no issues on Friday and will make his next start on Monday against the A's. ...
Intercostal strain lands Stauffer on DL
The Twins placed right-handed reliever Tim Stauffer on the 15-day disabled list with a right intercostal strain on Friday, and recalled right-handed reliever Ryan Pressly from Triple-A Rochester. ...
Offense busts out in unlikely rout of Sale
After scoring 74 runs through their first 21 games, averaging just 3.5 runs per contest, the Twins have been looking for their offense to finally break out, and it happened in a big way Thursday in a rout of Chris Sale and the White Sox. ...
Twins nail Sale, drop Sox to take opener
The Minnesota Twins rode a seven-run third inning against Chris Sale to take the series opener in a rout of the White Sox. ...
Buxton, Sano shine for Chattanooga
Thursday night's performance by the Twins' No. 1 and No. 2 prospects showed why Byron Buxton and Miguel Sano are two of most highly touted players in the Minors. ...
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