Sure, a baseball season is a marathon, not a sprint. But the Minnesota Twins are like a distance runner experiencing bilateral leg weakness during the first mile.You see, through 18 games, the Twins have been bad -- really, really bad, with their struggles epitomized by an 11-2 beatdown at the hands ... More >>
A year ago at this time, the Twins were coming off a rousingly successful inaugural year at Target Field, and the future looked bright.As the old saying goes, what a difference a last-place season makes. After 99 losses and more injuries than you can shake a Punto at, it appears the young-talent- ... More >>
There was a lot of fun at Target Field this weekend, from bizarre bobbleheads to championship reunions to kids running the bases on perhaps the nicest day of the summer. Too bad the game on the field was so damn bad. The Twins were swept by the formerly reeling Chicago White Sox, dropping the h ... More >>
What history says of playoff clubs in new ballparks.
This is not the first showdown between the two hot arms.
The southpaw looks to extend his 15 inning scoreless streak vs. Detroit tonight.
Local boy makes real damn good, and saves Twins' faithful from enduring the unthinkable. Blissful analysis inside.
Video scrapbook of fan memories at the Dome.
History dictates that getting down 0-2 in a best-of-five series ain't good.
The vet shortstop of 13 postseasons stated his presence with authority in New York's 7-2 win over the Twins.
They're the Evil Empire to the Twins' scrappy rebels
We're gonna win Twins, we're gonna score. We're gonna win Twins watch that baseball soar. Knock out a homerun shout a hip-hooray, cheer for the Minnesota Twins today.
A Dome baseball salute from troops in Afghanistan.
First snowfall bedamned. No December event elicits that warm holiday spirit more than the annual Major League Baseball Winter General Managers' Meeting. Maybe that's just me.
As expected, it wasn't even close. If winning the major-league Triple Crown doesn't automatically qualify you as the unanimous Cy Young winner, nothing does. It shoulda been three in a row, but hey, who's complaining. In other Twins news: For the second time in his career, Terry Ryan is baseball's ... More >>
Last night's 8-2 loss to Seattle pushed the total runs surrendered by the Twins to 41 in the past four games. Their year-to-date runs-allowed presently stand at 156--the most given up by any major league team through May 1. Only Tampa Bay is close, with 154 runs surrendered. Even the lowly Colorado ... More >>
Since the fearless leaders at the Capitol have adjourned for the summer, there hasn't been much to report on the stadium front. That could all change, of course, if the governor and legislative honchos decide to haul everyone back to St. Paul in the fall for a special legislative session just to add ... More >>
Twins' Fans Get Their First Look At Justin Morneau
The Twins Are Playing Like Their Early Slump Is Behind Them. Maybe.
After five decades in the bush leagues, Wayne Hattaway talks his way to The Show.
Is there any way to keep Major League Baseball in Minnesota? Well, for starters we could get a judge to classify Carl Pohlad as a vulnerable adult...
Twins rookie Corey Koskie and baseball's Canadian invasion
Handicapping the races in baseball's first full season since 1993.