Single. Double. Single. Double. Single. Double. Single. Double. Strikeout. Double. That's the Twins first inning recipe for eight straight runs with only one out--and that "K" was the result of Carl Pavano trying desperately to join the chorus with three straight hacks. This off the normally ... More >>
Twins fans may be forgiven if they're scratching their heads after this weekend's sweep of the now-playing-like-they-usually-do Kansas City Royals. After all, since when did this dude Alexi Casilla start getting hits and winning games? Casilla, never known for his hot bat, smacked four hits ... More >>
Justin Morneau invokes the Killer with this towering home run.As if to invoke the offensive fireworks of dearly departed Harmon Killebrew, the Twins scored in double digits for only the second time this season, unleashing an 11-1 onslaught against the nearly woeful A's. It was a great aftern ... More >>
Photo by Andrea SwenssonWith the first month of the Twins season completed, Minnesota baseball fans may have noticed something a little different about this year's home games: The music. That's because longtime music director Kevin Dutcher, who was with the team from 2000 up until last year's ina ... More >>
For the home opener, I could drone on about the new scoreboard, the new salty snacks, the lack of trees, or my take on whether or not the Twins have figured out their Target Field home run problems. Instead, I'm going to focus on the thing that bothered me most of last season: What is that ... More >>
Time for The Franchise to open the store.
Twins win 6-5 in a Stressball classic. Playoff analysis and game preview inside.
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How does your favorite Twin grade out at mid-season?
Yesterday's fireworks aside, the boys still have the worst road record in baseball. Road Warriors we are not.
"Old Dog" is one of the oldest—but best—back-up catchers in the league
Opening Day! Will a hot spring training bat translate into early-season success? What about the inverse? Here's what the numbers say.
Let us collectively hope that Joe Crede fully deloused, then burned his White Sox gear en route to Fort Myers.