As impolitic as it is to say, what with all the "Boston Strong" hullabaloo and the heartfelt and fortunately peaceful return of the Boston Marathon last week, one thing in baseball remains true: It's pretty difficult to like the Red Sox. Still, the Sox have one of the most exciting and respectable ... More >>
Steve Bedrosian pitched one memorable year for the Twins, winning a World Series in Minnesota in 1991. He now lives in suburban Atlanta, where he is currently stewing over the Creepshots scandal that's erupted at his daughter's school.Earlier this month, a substitute teacher in Coweta County, Georgi ... More >>
Second baseman Chuck Knoblauch was a four-time All-Star for the Minnesota Twins, winning both a World Series and Rookie of the Year honors during his 1991 campaign. A little less than 10 years later, he mysteriously forgot how to throw to first base and ended up washing out of pro baseball in 2002 a ... More >>
Anybody know what Barry Bonds and Chuck Knoblauch are up to these days? Terry Ryan should probably call them -- it's hard to imagine they'd hit any worse than the completely inept players Minnesota Twins manager Ron Gardenhire is forced to trot out game after game.With a .278 winning percentage, the ... More >>
Jim Thome cranked yet another home run last night, as the Minnesota Twins took two of three from the first place Detroit Tigers in an exciting, 6-5 win, decided in the last inning. With the bases loaded in the ninth, Justin Morneau smacked a solid single off normally reliable closer Jose Valver ... More >>
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All hail Twins GM Terry Ryan
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The Twins, by the (dismal) numbers
A handful of Twins even the most cynical fan could find it in his heart to root for
Twins manager Tom Kelly has done a better job of deflecting criticism than developing players
Twins manager Tom Kelly believes in the simple things: a hard day's work and a steady hand at the wheel.
The '96 Twins should win a few, lose (more than) a few, and put up higher scores than the Vikings along the way.