-- Update at bottom --Joe Mauer's season-ending August concussion fueled speculation he might switch from catcher to first base in time for the 2014 season, during which he'll be 31 years old.SEE ALSO: Patrick Reusse blasted for calling Mauer "sissy," suggesting he should've played with concussion T ... More >>
Last week, Twins management benched uber-prospect Miguel Sano for four games for flipping his bat and taking a leisurely stroll around the bases following a home run.SEE ALSO: Glen Perkins hooks up Twins tickets for "screwed" fan The incident was especially problematic for Sano, a 20-year-old Double ... More >>
Who hasn't been there in their mid-to-late 20s? You start horseplaying with your buddies, and next thing you know, somebody ends up with broken ribs.SEE ALSO:-- New York Yankees fans really hate "American Idle" Carl Pavano [PHOTO] -- Ex-Twin Knoblauch is reportedly drunkenly riding NYC subways, hitt ... More >>
So what was your favorite Tsuyoshi Nishioka Twins moment?SEE ALSO: Tsuyoshi Nishioka, new Twins infielder, spotted at Origami downtownWas it when he botched the first routine grounder he saw this season so badly it prompted fans to wonder whether he'd been drinking sake before the game? Or maybe it ... 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 >>
Star Tribune Twins beat reporter La Velle E. Neal III has a piece out this morning headlined, "Twins putting out a call to arms." Seems our hometown heroes face "the daunting task of rebuilding its starting pitching," through the draft or whatever machinations General Manager Terry Ryan can impleme ... More >>
Screenshot from "Inside Pitch."Terry Ryan will return to his position as general manager.Coming off a brutal season, the Twins announced today they have replaced general manager Bill Smith with Terry Ryan, who had the job before Smith took over four years ago. "No one in the Twins' organizat ... More >>
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