The most pressing question surrounding your 2014 Minnesota Twins, after three consecutive seasons with more than 95 losses, is: Things can't get worse, can they? The general feeling in the off-season among most die-hard supporters and close observers was, "Of course not." Certainly not all the piec ... More >>
The Minnesota Twins have done an amazing job this season integrating the fire of local musicians into the flow of their games. While it hasn't always translated into success on the playing field, the Midwest Music Showcase is a reminder that Target Field is only a few short steps from the downtown m ... More >>
Today, Twins superstar Joe Mauer's wife, Maddie, gave birth to twins. Ironic? Depends who you ask.SEE ALSO: "Ponder's wedding will be the first without a reception" [TOP 10 TWEETS] In any event, as the news circulated, Twitter erupted with well-wishes and, of course, jokes. Below the jump we share 1 ... More >>
Anyone who has been to a baseball game at Target Field knows that you can have a good time there no matter if the Twins are winning or losing -- though a victory by the hometown squad certainly helps make the experience even more memorable. Well, good times are going to be even easier to be had at ... More >>
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Apparently, Jostens isn't the only local company badly in need of a copy-editor. If you thought the Twins equipment staff might be immune to the franchise-wide malaise that has seemingly afflicted the organization since late 2010, think again.Last night, pitcher Jeff Manship took the mound during th ... More >>
The Twins' new ace? As the Twins slip farther and farther down the AL Central ladder, Michael Cuddyer's name keeps popping up in trade talks. There's a few contenders out there that could use the guy's bat, his glove, and his clubhouse leadership. But who woulda thought that Cuddyer might just ... More >>
WikipediaIf you dig long odds, bet it all on the Twins to hit the playoffs.Feeling lucky? When you're gambling, do you dig long odds? Well, then the Minnesota Twins are the team for you. According to the geniuses at the online Baseball Prospectus (and I'm not being snarky--those guys are sh ... More >>
Now that's a low scoring game we can live with.Last night, Francisco Liriano threw the first no-hitter of the 2011 season against the woeful Chicago White Sox. Considering that the Twins have the worst pitching in baseball, this is quite a feat. When you take into account that Liriano enter ... More >>
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The shortstop with the Poli Sci degree now eschews rhetoric for result.
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General Manager Terry Ryan talks about the fall and rise of the 2006 Twins
Despite midseason doldrums, the twins reward the faithful with a second straight pennant
The Twins Are Playing Like Their Early Slump Is Behind Them. Maybe.
The Twins slow start is nothing to be concerned about, and fans have the Detroit Tigers to thank for that.
Twins/Angels Game 5
On the ball with first-year Twins pitching coach Rick Anderson
A few innings in the Metrodome's Rally Room
It was a very good week
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The Twins went on the road and came back, and came back, and came back
The seasonal disorder of being a Twins fan.
At 83, Angelo Giuliani is a talking book of Minnesota baseball lore.
Beneath his easy, cheerful veneer, Kirby Puckett has always been obsessed with learning the rules of the game--on and off the field