A pair of right-handers will face off in the middle of a three-game set between two American League Central foes, as Twins starter Kyle Gibson and Indians ace Corey Kluber will take the mound on Saturday at Progressive Field.
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The Indians returned home as the American League Central leaders, but the Twins still plan on having a say in the race this summer. On Friday night, Minnesota lefty Adalberto Mejia quieted Cleveland's recently scorching lineup, guiding the Twins to a 5-0 win at Progressive Field.
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Following a dispiriting and rain-delayed 9-0 loss to the White Sox on Thursday, the Twins began an 11-game road trip needing a bounce-back win against the American League Central-leading Indians at Progressive Field on Friday. Minnesota looked to starter Adalberto Mejia to deliver a strong outing, and the left-hander came through.
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The Twins announced the callup of pitchers young and veteran Thursday, selecting the contracts of Trevor Hildenberger and Dillon Gee.
After a dominant start to his season with Class A Advanced Carolina, Corbin Burnes is continuing to make it look easy in Double-A.
After a record-breaking rain delay, a five-run first inning from the White Sox was more than enough to back a strong start by left-hander Jose Quintana in a 9-0 win over the Twins on Thursday at Target Field.
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If it were up to left-hander Nik Turley, he would go straight back out to the mound at Target Field.
Rookie right-hander Jose Berrios spun eight innings of two-run ball in leading the Twins to a 4-2 victory over the White Sox on Wednesday night
A pair of Twins pitchers were successful in their rehab outings with Triple-A Rochester on Wednesday.
The Cleveland Indians and the Minnesota Twins will meet in a two-game series at Hiram Bithorn Stadium in San Juan, Puerto Rico on April 17th-18th, 2018, Major League Baseball and the Major League Baseball Players Association announced today. The games will mark the first time that either team has played in Puerto Rico.
For the second straight outing, right-hander Jose Berrios spun eight innings of two-run ball as he helped lead the Twins to a 4-2 win over the White Sox on Wednesday night at Target Field.
From the moment the ball left the bat of Kennys Vargas, everybody at Target Field knew it was gone.
Sluggers Kennys Vargas and Miguel Sano each homered, powering the Twins to a 9-7 win in a slugfest against the White Sox on Tuesday night at Target Field. Minnesota snapped a four-game losing streak, after getting swept by Cleveland and losing its lead in the American League Central.
It's a new week, but Minnesota's Miguel Sano holds a commanding lead for his position in the latest American League All-Star update.
Minnesota manager Paul Molitor said he can see some guys occasionally look back at all the space behind them, when they wave their outfielders to come in.
The Indians arrived at Target Field this weekend with a chance to begin seizing control of the American League Central. Cleveland took a major step in that direction with a four-game sweep, culminating in a 5-2 win on Sunday that was powered by a pair of home runs from slugger Edwin Encarnacion.
The good news is the Twins have been here before. Following a four-game sweep at the hands of the Indians, which concluded with Sunday's 5-2 loss, the Twins are left looking for a positive spin from the weekend, and there is one: They have been in this situation before -- they were dismantled by the Astros at Target Field in a three-game set from May 29-31 -- and bounced back.
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Despite going on countless trips across the country with his dad growing up, Twins outfielder Byron Buxton's most memorable drive came when he was barely awake.
Double-A Binghamton received big contributions from a pair of Mets' prospects as the Rumble Ponies topped Reading 6-2 on Sunday.
No. 1 overall Draft pick Royce Lewis, a shortstop out of San Juan Capistrano, Calif., officially signed a contract with the Twins on Saturday.
Lonnie Chisenhall launched a pair of home runs, helping power the Indians to a 6-2 win over the Twins in the nightcap of Saturday's doubleheader at Target Field. With a sweep of the twin bill, Cleveland moved into sole possession of first place in the AL Central.
Jose Ramirez picked an opportunistic time to catch fire, as his two-homer outburst on Saturday helped the Indians move into a tie with the Twins atop the American League Central standings. In a 9-3 victory over Minnesota in the opener of a doubleheader at Target Field, Ramirez collected three extra-base hits and drove in four runs to power the Tribe's offense.
The Twins recalled Adam Wilk to start Game 1 of Saturday's doubleheader with the Tribe at Target Field. To make room on the roster, the team optioned Ryan Pressly to Triple-A Rochester. Following the 9-3 twin bill-opening loss, though, Minnesota designated Wilk for assignment. To bring in another fresh arm, the club promoted Alan Busenitz for the nightcap.
Perhaps the thing that Stren Crouch is most eager about for his return to Algona, Iowa, is the ability to brag to all his friends. Crouch claimed the first-place plaque in the 13/14 boys baseball division on Saturday at the 21st annual Scotts Pitch, Hit & Run competition.
This Father's Day Weekend, Major League Baseball is doing its part to raise awareness about prostate cancer and raise funds for research to fight the disease. The Twins will join in, donning specialty uniforms and caps for their doubleheader with the Tribe on Saturday and the series finale on Sunday.
The Twins celebrated the second annual Play Ball Weekend this weekend. The program, complementary of the Play Ball initiative, is a league-wide effort for all 30 clubs to engage with young fans and celebrate the support of youth participation in both baseball and softball.
With the 88th All-Star Game presented by MasterCard exactly three weeks away, the Royals' Eric Hosmer is making moves in the voting for the starting lineups, vaulting to the top spot among American League first basemen.
The Indians made a statement against the first-place Twins, as right-hander Carlos Carrasco tossed 6 1/3 strong innings, while Edwin Encarnacion crushed a three-run homer and Yan Gomes added three RBIs in an 8-1 rout in the series opener Friday night at Target Field.
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While the Twins remain in first place, and have been since May 11, it's become more and more apparent their pitching needs to improve if they're to remain surprise contenders this season.
The Twins agreed to terms Friday with Mississippi State outfielder Brent Rooker, who was taken by the club with the No. 35 overall pick in the Draft on Monday.