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May brings high hopes to Twins' bullpen
Perhaps the Twins' biggest need as the non-waiver Trade Deadline approaches is a reliever or two that can help bridge the gap to closer Glen Perkins. Minnesota might have found part of their solution in-house. ...
Strong outing unravels for Gibson in a flash
Kyle Gibson, who mostly cruised through the first five innings on Sunday, had command problems in a six-run sixth as the Twins fell to the Yankees, 7-2, at Target Field. ...
Twins to host Pirates for brief Interleague set
Two months ago, the Twins came into PNC Park and took two games from the Pirates. Minnesota will try to return the favor in a brief two-game series beginning Tuesday at Target Field, with Mike Pelfrey taking the hill opposite Charlie Morton. ...
Six-run sixth sinks Gibson, Twins vs. Yanks
Chase Headley homered and drove in three runs and the Yankees supported Nathan Eovaldi with a six-run sixth inning, improving to a season-high 13 games over .500 with a 7-2 victory over the Twins on Sunday at Target Field. ...
Molitor not sweating Perkins' recent hiccups
Sometimes the best thing for a closer coming off a blown save is to get right back in there. At least that's how Twins manager Paul Molitor views it, so when a save situation arises, Glen Perkins will be right back in the middle of it for the Twins. ...
Perkins' rare command lapse costs Twins
Not too many players swing at the first pitch they see from Glen Perkins in the ninth inning. But on Saturday night at Target Field, Alex Rodriguez did, and he watched the ball soar over the center-field wall to tie the game shortly before a second homer off the Twins' closer set the Yankees up for ...
Unable to stop A-Rod, Twins stunned in ninth
Alex Rodriguez hit three home runs, including a game-tying drive in the ninth inning, and John Ryan Murphy crushed a go-ahead three-run homer off Glen Perkins as the Yankees rallied from behind for an 8-5 victory over the Twins on Saturday at Target Field. ...
Molitor ejected for disputing strikeout call
Twins manager Paul Molitor was ejected for arguing with home-plate umpire Jeff Nelson after center fielder Aaron Hicks struck out with the bases loaded in the bottom of the sixth inning of Saturday night's 8-5 loss to the Yankees. ...
Twins set Buxton's timeline; 1 month 'a stretch'
Just shy of a month after placing Byron Buxton on the 15-day disabled list with a sprained left thumb, the Twins have developed a plan for the rookie outfielder's return. Twins manager Paul Molitor said the "preliminary foundation," for the return was a bit drawn out. ...
Hughes mixes up looks to baffle ex-club
Twins right-hander Phil Hughes was locked in against his former team, giving up just seven scattered singles across seven innings in a 10-1 victory and making the necessary adjustments after the Yankees came out hitting him hard. ...
Twins pop 4 HRs as Hughes stifles Yanks
Phil Hughes pitched seven strong innings to best his former club while Miguel Sano paced a four-homer barrage, helping the Twins defeat the Yankees, 10-1, on Friday evening in the opener of a three-game series at Target Field. ...
Twins, Plouffe prepare for baby's arrival
By the time the Twins' current homestand ends in early August, third baseman Trevor Plouffe expects to be a father. ...
Hicks, Gose share ride from Compton to big leagues
Fulfilling their destinies as rivals in the AL Central, the Twins' Aaron Hicks and the Tigers' Anthony Gose go way, way back ...
Berrios picks up first win for Red Wings
Jose Berrios is known for overpowering hitters, but the usually strikeout-happy right-hander picked up his first Triple-A win with only one K on Thursday night. ...
Santana 'sterling' in gem against former team
After losing four straight games with the offense struggling to score runs, the Twins on Thursday were in desperate need of a strong start from right-hander Ervin Santana, whom they're counting on for a big second half. Santana did just that in his first start at Angel Stadium since being traded by ...
Plouffe powering Twins through team slump
The Twins have had trouble scoring runs since the All-Star break, but Trevor Plouffe's power proved to be key for the second time on their West Coast road trip on Thursday against the Angels. ...
Stellar Santana sets up shutout of Angels
Ervin Santana dominated against his former team on Thursday afternoon, shutting out the red-hot Angels through eight innings and leading the Twins to a 3-0 victory in Southern California. ...
Rehabbing Buxton nearing baseball activities
Twins rookie center fielder Byron Buxton is making progress with his sprained left thumb and could start baseball activities within the next week. ...
Offense still trying to find groove after break
After getting just two hits in Tuesday's 7-0 loss to the Angels, the Twins at least showed some signs of life offensively on Wednesday with nine hits and five walks to get 14 runners on base. ...
Twins struggle to plate runs in 4th straight loss
Johnny Giavotella and Kole Calhoun combined for six hits, C.J. Wilson escaped trouble over five innings and the Angels continued to roll in Southern California on Wednesday night, beating the Twins, 5-2, to increase their season-best winning streak to seven games. ...
Walker extends Minor League home run lead
Twins Double-A affiliate Chattanooga stole an 8-7 win from Chattanooga on Wednesday by scoring seven runs in the seventh inning. The Lookouts' impressive comeback featured big hits from Adam Brett Walker and Max Kepler. ...
Torii full of pride watching Trout's evolution
Torii Hunter watches Mike Trout, like so many others he has mentored over the years, with the unabashed pride of a parent -- or an involved big brother who has done his job well. ...
Twins awarded competitive balance Draft pick
The Twins are set to receive an extra pick in the 2016 First-Year Player Draft, as they were awarded the third pick of the Competitive Balance Round B on Wednesday. ...
Sano returns to Twins' lineup vs. Angels
Rookie designated hitter Miguel Sano returned to the lineup as the cleanup hitter for the Twins against the Angels on Wednesday after missing two games with a mild right ankle sprain. ...
Twins sputtering out of the second-half gate
The Twins had plenty of momentum heading into the All-Star break, winning six of seven, and they appeared poised to keep it going with a series-opening win against the A's on Friday before taking the lead in the ninth inning of Saturday's game. ...
Twins shut out in opener against Angels
Matt Shoemaker set the tone with six scoreless innings and Chris Iannetta provided the dagger with a sixth-inning homer, leading the red-hot Angels to a 7-0 win over the Twins in Southern California on Tuesday night. ...
Dozier honored with Heart and Hustle Award
Second baseman Brian Dozier was named the Twins' Heart and Hustle Award winner for a second straight year, the Major League Baseball Players Alumni Association announced Tuesday. ...
Inbox: As Deadline nears, will Twins trade?
Despite losing two out of three in Oakland, Minnesota has won seven of 10 and appears to be poised as a buyer leading up to the July 31 non-waiver Trade Deadline. The Twins' situation leads right into the first question of this week's Inbox. ...
Scouting profile: Miguel Sano
After his age and identity were questioned and scrutinized at the time of the international amateur free agent signing period in July 2009, Miguel Sano has emerged from controversy with a role on the Minnesota Twins 25-man roster. ...
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