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Twins tie in furious 9th after Hughes tunes up
The Red Sox scored three runs against the Twins' bullpen in the ninth inning to take a one-run lead, but Danny Ortiz connected on a solo shot in the ninth to forge a 4-4 tie on Wednesday at Hammond Stadium. ...
Twins' Ingram loses battle with brain cancer
Longtime Twins Minor League instructor and manager Riccardo Ingram died from complications from brain cancer, Twins general manager Terry Ryan said Wednesday. Ingram was 48. ...
Change for the better? Success begins with rotation
In the days leading up to Opening Day, MLB.com is examining various aspects of each team's roster. Today, the time has come to focus on a key number for the upcoming season. For the Twins, it's 5.06: their starting pitchers' ERA in 2014, last in the Major Leagues. ...
Twins option Thielbar to finalize pitching staff
Caleb Thielbar, who allowed 19 hits in 11 innings this spring, was optioned to Triple-A Rochester on Wednesday, leaving the Twins with the 12 pitchers they'll use to begin the season. ...
Milone contains Yanks, while Escobar powers up
Left-hander Tommy Milone was solid in his final Grapefruit League tuneup, while Eduardo Escobar doubled and homered to help lead the Twins to a 3-1 win over the Yankees on Tuesday at Hammond Stadium. ...
Twins option left-hander Thompson to Triple-A
The Twins trimmed their bullpen by one on Tuesday, as they optioned left-hander Aaron Thompson to Triple-A Rochester. ...
Mauer putting in extra effort to bounce back, lead Twins
Joe Mauer has been working on driving the ball to right field, something for which the former AL Most Valuable Player is not usually known, and he has been feeling much better physically as he attempts to be the driving force in a resurgent Twins team in 2015. ...
Boyer tosses 1 2/3 scoreless innings after making roster
With eight of their projected nine Opening Day starters in Monday night's lineup, the Red Sox erupted for a six-spot in the bottom of the fourth inning en route to a 14-2 victory over the Twins. ...
Pinto returns after missing time with concussion-like symptoms
Twins catcher Josmil Pinto, who had been out with concussion-like symptoms since March 21, returned to action in a Minor League game on Monday. ...
Twins pick up Boyer's contract, inform him he'll make roster
The Twins selected the contract of right-handed reliever Blaine Boyer on Monday, informing him that he will be on the Opening Day roster. Additionally, with right-hander Kyle Gibson scratched from his scheduled start against the Red Sox with flu-like symptoms, Boyer got the start in his place. ...
First-year manager Molitor bringing intensity
Considering that Paul Molitor is just the Twins' third manager since 1986, it's a rare change for the organization to have a new skipper this season. ...
Twins outright righty Pryor to Triple-A Rochester
The Twins outrighted right-handed pitcher Stephen Pryor to Triple-A Rochester on Sunday, leaving the club with 38 players on its 40-man roster. Minnesota likely will use those open spots to add a pair of non-roster invitees, reliever Blaine Boyer and outfielder Shane Robinson. ...
Pelfrey's first showing out of bullpen a success
A day after being told he'd lost out in the competition for the fifth spot in the rotation to left-hander Tommy Milone, right-hander Mike Pelfrey made the transition to a relief role with a scoreless inning in Sunday's 6-5 win over the Orioles. ...
Backed by blasts, Nolasco settles, stretches out
Ricky Nolasco settled down after a rocky first frame to turn in a quality start, while Eric Fryer and Oswaldo Arcia both connected on two-run homers to help lead the Twins to a 6-5 win over the Orioles on Sunday at Ed Smith Stadium. ...
Provus sees plenty of talent on Twins' roster
Cory Provus, the radio voice of the Twins, took time out of his busy schedule this spring to sit down with MLB.com for a Q&A session. ...
Time not on Pinto's side as season approaches
Twins manager Paul Molitor said time is starting to run out on catcher Josmil Pinto, who has yet to be cleared by Major League Baseball to return to action after suffering from concussion-like symptoms. ...
Mauer's first spring homer backs solid Santana outing
Ervin Santana tossed six strong innings and Joe Mauer added a two-run home run to lead the Twins to a 7-1 win over the Twins on Saturday. ...
Top pitching prospect Thorpe to undergo Tommy John surgery
Twins' top pitching prospect Lewis Thorpe will undergo Tommy John in his elbow after being diagnosed with a torn ulnar collateral ligament. ...
Santana named Opening Day shortstop
Considering his strong rookie season followed up by a solid spring, it came as no surprise that Danny Santana was named the Twins' Opening Day shortstop. ...
Milone named fifth starter over bullpen-bound Pelfrey
Tommy Milone won the competition to be the Minnesota Twins' fifth starter, as prospect Trevor May was optioned to Triple-A and veteran Mike Pelfrey is headed to the bullpen. ...
Healthy legs foundation of Mauer's hope to rebound
If the Twins thought Joe Mauer's move from behind the plate to first base was going to boost his bat to yet another elite level last season, they were sorely mistaken, and Mauer was pretty sore, too. ...
May, Hicks among Twins roster moves
The Twins made a series of roster moves on Saturday morning, highlighted by optioning right-hander Trevor May to Triple-A Rochester. The club also optioned outfielders Aaron Hicks and Eddie Rosario to Rochester, while righty Mark Hamburger and catcher Dan Rohlfing were reassigned to Minor League cam ...
Despite shaky outing, Twins pleased with May's spring
After an uneven outing against the Pirates on Friday, right-hander Trevor May said he's still not sure where he'll start the season. ...
Hughes feels good in Minor League outing
With right-hander Trevor May taking the mound in the Grapefruit League game against the Pirates, fellow right-hander Phil Hughes pitched in a Minor League game at the Twins' complex on Friday. ...
Manfred envisions bright future for Twins
Commissioner Rob Manfred appeared at Twins camp on Friday to meet with Twins owner Jim Pohlad, who is a member of his executive council. Manfred compared the Twins' situation to the Pirates, as he can envision them becoming competitive in the near-future much like when Pittsburgh used a strong farm ...
Dozier powers Twins' offense vs. Pirates
The Twins tied it up with two runs in the third against Pirates left-hander Jeff Locke, who is battling right-hander Vance Worley for the final spot in Pittsburgh's rotation. Danny Santana started the rally with a leadoff single before scoring on a triple from Brian Dozier. Joe Mauer brought home Do ...
Stats don't tell whole story as Milone shows his mettle
With Twins manager Paul Molitor looking to have his roster set by this weekend, left-hander Tommy Milone likely had his last chance to make an impression on the coaching staff with his start against the Red Sox on Thursday. ...
Perkins easing his way into game shape
Glen Perkins got his work in on the Minor League side on Thursday, as the Twins' closer tossed an easy 1-2-3 inning against the Red Sox's Class A team at the CenturyLink Sports Complex. ...
Escobar's bat showing no signs of slowing down
Lefty Tommy Milone, who is competing for the fifth spot in the rotation, gave up six hits and three runs on a hot and humid afternoon, as the Twins fell to the Red Sox, 5-4, in 10 innings. ...
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