Stephen Gonsalves has established himself as the Twins' top pitching prospect and is ranked by MLB Pipeline as the No. 9 left-handed prospect in baseball, as announced on Wednesday.
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The Twins' annual Winter Caravan officially started Monday, with two routes departing from Target Field to open the two-week event that features stops in more than 40 communities throughout the Upper Midwest.
The Twins signed reliever Addison Reed to a two-year deal worth $16.75 million, the team announced on Monday
After avoiding arbitration with infielder Eduardo Escobar on a one-year, $4.85 million contract on Thursday night, the Twins avoided arbitration with four players before Friday's 12 p.m. CT deadline. Minnesota settled one-year deals with right-hander Ryan Pressly for $1.6 million, shortstop Ehire Adrianza for $1 million, right-hander Trevor May for $650,000 and outfielder Robbie Grossman for $2 million.
Former American League MVP Award winner Justin Morneau is set to officially retire at a news conference at Target Field on Wednesday and join the Twins as a special assistant.
Twins prospect Gordon launches rap album
Twins top pitching prospect Stephen Gonsalves is on the cusp of reaching the Majors after putting up impressive numbers in the Minors since being drafted in 2013, and he participated in Major League Baseball's Rookie Career Development Program last week.
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.
Berrios preparing for 2018 by pushing trucks
The Twins are one of six finalists for free agent Yu Darvish, the right-hander confirmed via Twitter on Wednesday night.
Puerto Rico is still in a state of recovery in the aftermath of Hurricane Maria, and baseball will be a part of the island's healing process.
New Era unveiled the new PROLIGHT 59FIFTY that players will be wearing this spring, a fitted cap featuring a new featherweight polyester material that is the lightest on-field fabric in MLB history.
The Twins are hopeful that an MLB review of allegations against Twins third baseman Miguel Sano will be resolved by Spring Training, general manager Thad Levine said on Thursday on SiriusXM Fantasy Sports Radio.
The Twins are looking to blend veteran arms with youth as they attempt to improve their bullpen in 2018.
The Twins remain highly likely to add another starting pitcher before Spring Training, but here's a look at how the rotation would shape up if the season started today..
With a young core of position players and an offense that finished seventh in the Majors in runs scored in 2017, the Twins likely won't look much different offensively or defensively in '18.
The Twins continued to add depth via Minor League signings this offseason, signing outfielder Nick Buss to a Minor League contract on Friday.
The Twins continue to add to their medical staff heading into the 2018 season, promoting Tony Leo to head trainer after the retirement of Dave Pruemer and hiring Masamichi Abe and Matt Biancuzzo as assistant athletic trainers.
After a six-year postseason drought, things are looking up for the Twins, who have one of the youngest teams in baseball and are coming off a surprise run to the American League Wild Card Game in 2017. Here's a look at five questions facing the Twins in 2018 after their successful '17 season
Molitor honored by NHL's Minnesota Wild
The Twins made history in 2017, becoming the first Major League team to go from losing more than 100 games in a season to making the postseason the following year with their run to the American League Wild Card Game against the Yankees.
It's the last Twins Inbox of 2017, a year that saw Minnesota take a huge step forward with its run to the American League Wild Card Game after losing 103 games in '16. But there are still plenty of questions about the Twins heading into 2018, and that's the theme of this week's Inbox.
Who had the fastest inside-the-park home run in 2017? Who tore down the line from home to first quicker than anyone else? Statcast is ideal for those kinds of questions, and you won't be surprised to hear that Byron Buxton ranks very, very well.
Twins third baseman Miguel Sano denied an accusation of sexual assault made by a local photographer via Twitter on Thursday.
Jonathan Mayo breaks down a list of an even dozen prospects -- six hitters and six pitchers -- who seem primed to have big 2018 seasons and who could, as a result, land on our Top 100 at some point in the current year.
The Twins signed left-handed reliever Zach Duke on a one-year deal, the club announced Tuesday.
The Twins officially signed 19-year-old Taiwanese pitcher Kai-Wei Teng as an international free agent, the club announced. Teng receives a $500,000 signing bonus after reaching an agreement in September. He'll also receive $80,000 for future tuition expenses.
Jerry Kindall, an infielder for the Cubs, Indians and Twins from 1956-65 and a three-time College World Series-winning coach at the University of Arizona, died on Sunday at the age of 82.
Twins third baseman Miguel Sano has been rehabbing without any issues since his surgery on Nov. 13 to insert a titanium rod into his left shin, and he will begin training with former Major League third baseman Fernando Tatis shortly after the New Year.
The Twins have finalized their Minor League coaching staff for the 2018 season.
Free agency isn't always about spending the most money. Baseball smarts matter, too. We're reminded of this every season.
The Twins found their short-term solution at closer, officially signing veteran right-hander Fernando Rodney to a one-year deal on Friday worth $4.5 million with a club option.
Rodney tests bow and arrow at Target Field
The Twins were active in Thursday's Rule 5 Draft, selecting right-hander Tyler Kinley from the Marlins. Minnesota also lost right-hander Nick Burdi to the Phillies before he was traded to the Pirates while right-hander Luke Bard was selected by the Angels.