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Homers hold up to back Duffey's strong outing
Other than a prodigious blast by Nelson Cruz, right-hander Tyler Duffey shut down the Mariners for seven innings Saturday as the Twins snapped a seven-game losing streak and dented Seattle's Wild Card pursuits with a 3-2 victory at Target Field. ...
Defensive whiz Buxton also impresses with bat
While Byron Buxton has continued to prove himself to be an elite defender in center field, as evidenced by his leaping catch to rob Nelson Cruz of a potential three-run homer on Friday, it's Buxton's offense this month that has the Twins excited about his future. ...
Dawson impressed by Hall of Fame Tour
The Baseball Hall of Fame is a national treasure, and the museum is a must-see for baseball fans, but its location in Cooperstown, N.Y., isn't easy to get to for many. ...
Santiago takes on M's in Twins' last home game
With the Mariners still alive in the chase for an American League Wild Card spot, they'll turn to right-hander Taijuan Walker in the final game of a three-game series against the Twins on Sunday in the season finale at Target Field. Walker, who will start opposite lefty Hector Santiago, is looking t ...
Buxton robs HR by leaps and astounds
Highlight-reel catches have become a common occurrence for Twins rookie center fielder Byron Buxton, but he made one of his best catches of the season to rob Seattle's Nelson Cruz of a potential three-run homer in the third inning on Friday night. ...
Twins unable to slow Mariners' Wild chase
Mariners lefty James Paxton took matters into his own hands on Friday with a powerful seven-inning outing, and he got plenty of help from his offense as Seattle topped the Twins, 10-1, to stay in pursuit of an American League Wild Card. ...
Kepler, Twins relieved day after neck injury
The Twins received good news on rookie outfielder Max Kepler, who suffered a mild neck strain in Thursday's game against the Tigers but could return to the lineup as early as Saturday. ...
Dozier hits historic 42nd HR, but streak ends
Brian Dozier made history in the Twins' 9-2 loss to the Tigers on Thursday afternoon in Game 1 of a split doubleheader, as he connected on his 42nd homer of the year and his 40th while playing second base, which set an American League record for homers hit by a second baseman. ...
Twins' Top 30 prospects list
Who do the Twins have in the pipeline? Get scouting reports, video, stats, projected ETAs and more for Minnesota's Top 30 Prospects on MLBPipeline.com's Prospect Watch. ...
Cabrera gave a thumbs up to Buxton's impressive throw
Cabrera gave a thumbs up to Buxton's impressive throw ...
Santana can't slow Tigers in twin-bill nightcap
The Tigers rolled into Target Field on Thursday morning for a long day of work. They left town with an American League Wild Card spot in their grasp. Justin Verlander's six innings of work and Erick Aybar's two RBIs helped Detroit to a doubleheader sweep, capped by a 4-2 win in the nightcap. ...
May diagnosed with stress fracture in back
After visiting back specialist Dr. Robert Watkins in Southern California on Monday, Twins reliever Trevor May was diagnosed with a stress fracture in his back. ...
Twins drop battle of bullpens in Game 1
Justin Upton's seventh-inning solo homer broke a low-scoring battle Thursday afternoon at Target Field before Victor Martinez's pinch-hit three-run homer in the ninth sent the Tigers on their way to a 9-2 win over the Twins to begin a day-night doubleheader. ...
Molitor likes challenge of managing
Paul Molitor is a member of an elite group, one of just 217 players who have been inducted into the National Baseball Hall of Fame. And he's still a member of a much smaller subset of that group: Hall of Famers who have managed a Major League team. There have been 63 of them, but most achieved this ...
Buxton hits top speed to make diving grab
With Tigers shortstop Jose Iglesias at the plate with a runner on and nobody out in the seventh, the Twins shaded center fielder Byron Buxton to right-center. ...
Twins, Santiago can't keep pace vs. Tigers
With an American League postseason spot still in sight, the Tigers got their series against the last-place Twins off to a strong start with an 8-1 win on Tuesday night at Target Field. ...
Twins' Rosario done for season with thumb fracture
After receiving further testing on Monday, Twins outfielder Eddie Rosario was diagnosed with a fractured left thumb and will miss the rest of the season, manager Paul Molitor said on Tuesday. ...
With Twins' struggles, Dozier can't enjoy career year
Twins second baseman Brian Dozier is having the offensive season of a lifetime. His fifth-inning single in Sunday's 3-2 loss to the Mets at Citi Field extended his hitting streak to 22 games in a row. ...
Vargas' homer not enough to back uneven Gibson in finale
With each passing day, the Mets' flirtation with postseason baseball becomes increasingly serious. As the Giants and Cardinals slugged things out amongst themselves this weekend in San Francisco, the Mets quietly took care of their own business at home, capping a three-game sweep of the Twins on Sun ...
Despite loss, Buxton's September ascent continues
With two more hits on Saturday, Twins rookie outfielder Byron Buxton raised his average to .333 in September, and 11 of his 19 hits this month have gone for extra bases. He came into Saturday in a 2-for-15 slump, but he ended the night with his sixth home run of the month. ...
Twins fall to Mets on walk-off HR in 12th
Curtis Granderson became the first Mets player in club history to hit homers that both tied and won the game in extra innings on Saturday night, giving his club a 3-2, 12-inning victory over the Twins at Citi Field in a contest that had playoff implications for New York. ...
Rookie Berrios: 'I want to be dominant'
When Jose Berrios got the final out of the first inning Friday night, he returned to the Twins' dugout to find manager Paul Molitor waiting for him. "It might not be the prettiest zero you'll ever put up," Molitor told his young right-hander. "But it's a zero." ...
Twins' offense stifled by Mets veteran Colon
The Mets returned to Citi Field for their final homestand on Friday in an enviable position. With a one-game cushion in the National League Wild Card race and the NL's easiest schedule before them, they held control of their fate. The Mets' only requirement was to win at least as many games as the n ...
Dozier, Buxton provide plenty for Santiago as Twins earn split
The Twins threw another wrench into the Tigers' late-season playoff drive and spoiled ex-teammate Mike Pelfrey's return to Detroit's rotation. Brian Dozier's two-run single punctuated a four-run second inning, providing Hector Santiago and Minnesota's bullpen all the support they needed for a 5-1 wi ...
Rays VP reportedly in the mix for Twins job
Tampa Bay Rays vice president of baseball operations Chaim Bloom is among the candidates to take over the Minnesota Twins' leadership position, sources told FOX Sports' Ken Rosenthal on Friday. Neither club has confirmed the report. ...
Wait a second: A closer look at Dozier's power
When you consider the history of the game since its professional birth soon after the Civil War, Brian Dozier is doing the unthinkable. That's because of the tremendous power Dozier has displayed this season while playing second base. ...
Twins dodge Miggy's 3-run homer threat
Unlucky circumstances were working against Miguel Cabrera on Thursday, turning a would-be three-run homer into a merely a hard-hit out against the Twins. ...
Dozier belts 41st jack as Twins fall to Tigers
Miguel Cabrera provided the latest addition to the Tigers' late-inning rallies with a go-ahead home run in the seventh inning en route to a 9-6 win over the Twins on Wednesday night at Comerica Park. ...
Suzuki gets stitches to close chin laceration
Twins catcher Kurt Suzuki hit a three-run homer in a 9-6 loss to the Tigers on Wednesday night, but he also had to leave the game after sustaining a cut on his chin in the eighth inning after being hit in the facemask by a foul ball from Miguel Cabrera. ...
Twins will open 2017 season against Royals
The Twins are set to open the 2017 season at home for the second time since Target Field opened in 2010, according to the preliminary 2017 Major League Baseball schedule released on Wednesday. ...
Berrios pleased to remain in Twins' rotation
Rookie right-hander Jose Berrios said on Wednesday that he was thankful to get another chance to start on Friday against the Mets after meeting with manager Paul Molitor, pitching coach Neil Allen and bullpen coach Eddie Guardado on Tuesday. ...
Polanco drives in four, triple shy of cycle
While Brian Dozier's epic run to 40 homers and Byron Buxton's emergence this month have dominated the headlines as the Twins head to the finish line, shortstop Jorge Polanco's impressive rookie year has flown under the radar. ...
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