WikiOzzie's pissed that the Twins 'midgets' beat his Sox again.It was a busy day in Twins Territory: our boys edged the White Sox in a 1-0 victory yesterday afternoon, their fourth in a row over the Chicago nine, and seven straight dating back to last season. The Japanese press was in full ... More >>
The Twins now try to become the fifth LDS team to come back from 0-2.
How does your favorite Twin baller grade out at mid-season?
If the club gets healthy, don't look for any major moves.
But how long can the big train churn with spare parts?
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.
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.
Video of music from yesterday morning's Hiroshima commemoration at Lyndale Park inside.
The hometown nine has a lot of work to do and decisions to make this offseason. With so many holes to fill, minor moves can make a difference, especially low-risk, high-reward moves that can make way for a bigger splash later. One such move: try to acquire young, disappointing infielder Déjà Tutu
When international outcry follows City Pages' revelation, the University of St. Thomas backs down
So the Minnesota Twins lost their third game in a row to the division leading Detroit Tigers. What now? 9 games out at this point, pretty much the same as last year. Unfortunately, the optimists' club is looking at one year ago, when the Twins were still 9 games behind the Tigers. Of course, they we ... More >>
...One of the great joys of this punishing sport is that you can fall backward and into the distant past when the present is a strong disappointment. And tonight's game was not a strong disappointment if only because it's tempered with the thought that the season is a long one and it is but one gam ... More >>
The Minnesota Twins treated a packed house to a rollicking opening day victory that saw each one of the pillars of last year's success (our newfound power, our piranhas, our pitching) contributing toward a 7-4 victor ... More >>
What is it with Gardy's teams in the playoffs? They consistently churn out paralytic performances at the plate.
General Manager Terry Ryan talks about the fall and rise of the 2006 Twins
Jack Reuler has been managing his team for 31 Years. But he's still scrapping for every hit he can get.
The Twins hunt for October, while rumors trade fly about Alfonso Soriano heading to the White Sox. The rest of the season starts now.
Remember this time last year when everyone was falling all over themselves predicting a World Series trip for the beloved Twinkies? Safe to say it's been a long year since then.
The Twins--perennially hamstrung by a long line of no-name, no-hit middle infielders--have upgraded to a big-name, no-hit middle infielder. The Seattle Times reports that Bret Boone was traded to the Twins this morning just hours before the deadline for releasing him. The 36-year-old Boone, who hit ... More >>