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 Twins keep slicing their payroll. On Tuesday, the organization drew tons of heat after unveiling a plan that would've charged fans $15 to watch batting practice. (They scrapped the idea later that day!) And after an ugly three-game sweep in Kansas City, the team's record is back in familiar terr ... More >>
Vikings punter pries open the last closet in America: major league sports
The 2012 Minnesota Twins are really frickin' awful. They're so bad that somewhere out there, Butch Huskey is watching film of last night's 6-2 loss to the Toronto Blue Jays and blushing.With an 8-23 record, the Twins winning percentage of .258 is almost .100 points lower than second-worst San Diego. ... More >>
Carrying the team through good times and bad
Keith AllisonNick Blackburn was one of the few bright spots this weekend. Let me sum up the Twins' futility this way: After Toronto's Jose Bautista launched his fifth home run this series on Sunday (and third that game), he came within two of matching the Twins entire team output. The Twins ... More >>
The Twins's latest broadcast deal means the end of an era is nigh.FOX Sports North has announced that they will be showing all non-nationally televised Twins games in the 2011 season. That means for the first time ever, you can only catch one of the 150 locally broadcast games if you have ... More >>
At least one 40-year-old jock in this town is producing.
What history says of playoff clubs in new ballparks.
Results without the first baseman over the last two years pose some interesting questions.
Power extends from the upper-lip to the right arm.
At their present rate, the Twins are pacing for the fewest errors in the history of the 162-game season.
Ozzie's wary unit comes to town trailing the Twins by eight games. Oh, and it's not even June.
Smoltz gave us hell back in 1991. Could he offer the same sizzle for our side 20 years later?
Baker. Blackburn. Liriano. Perkins. Swarzak. Slowey. Gabino. Pavano. Manship. Duensing. Did I forget anyone?
Why don't the Twins ever sport any Asian dudes on the roster?
A "letter" to Twins fans from the guy behind the mask, behind the guy behind the mask, behind the guy . . .
Well, I think it's safe to say that Carlos Silva won't be winning the Cy Young award this year, either. With a 2-1 score going into the sixth inning, it looked as if the Twins were heading into yet another close loss, and another tough break for Mr. Silva, who would be having a good year were it not ... More >>
Jesus, there's not much to say about that game, is there? 7-0, the Jays running rampant over the beleaguered Scott Baker. These things happen. If we were in a tight pennant race (division race... whatever), this day might be chalked up to luck--both the Tigers and Indians lost, and Kansas C ... More >>
Johan Santana throws the trickiest pitch in baseball. Does he have a third Cy Young up his sleeve?
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.
Bert Blyleven: Clown, color man -- and the best eligible pitcher who's not in the Hall of Fame
Can the up-and-down Twins deliver another division title?
The Twins are putting it all together in May
Twins rookie Corey Koskie and baseball's Canadian invasion
Losing might be as compelling as winning
Whenever there is a historic baseball moment--a 3,000th hit, a pitcher's 300th win--St. Paul's Seth Hawkins, a.k.a. Dr. Fan, is there to see it
A handful of Twins even the most cynical fan could find it in his heart to root for
Handicapping the races in baseball's first full season since 1993.