The Twins have a new hitting coach, but they're still second-to-last in the league in homers. Let's go inside Bruno's diary to find out how he's coping with the dinger-less present.
(NOTE: Satire.) In this episode, the Twins pitching staff gathers on the team plane to discuss the accusations that Clay Buchholz is doctoring the baseball.
Minnesota's off on an eleven-day road adventure, beginning today with the start of a three-game set in Detroit.
According to sources, Kevin Correia is tired of your lip, and is going to show up at your house and beat the ever-loving snot out of you.
Tonight's scheduled game will now be played as part of a day-night doubleheader tomorrow. Unless it snows tomorrow. Which could happen.
It's a two-game set at Target Field, and though it's scheduled for Monday and Tuesday, it seems way more likely that Tuesday and Wednesday will be the days.
You, Twins fan, have likely ridiculed the team this offseason, but here we are three weeks into the season, and they're not that bad. Want to backpedal a little? Here's how.
Sunday's game against the Mets was rained out, or snowed out if you want to be truthful, and will be played on August 19. If you have a ticket, details inside about what to do with it.
The Metropolitans are here for a three-game set. It's going to snow. Let's all pretend this isn't happening.
Game times and probable pitchers for the Twins' three-game set in Kansas City, along with notes on both bullpens.
Maybe we should lighten up on this year's edition of the Twins. After all, my nine-year-old self would be absolutely thrilled to be here.
Here's a look at the pitchers, news, and notes for the Twins and Orioles as they get set for a three-game series at Camden Yards.
Welcome to Opening Day, all. Before we dive into the news and notes for this series, a plea: in today's comments, please let me know what you'd like to see from these series previews. Today's will...
Why wait to review the 2013 season? It's a new year at Target Field, so let's take a look back at the 2013 season. Yes, before it's even played.
The Twins optioned Drew Butera to Triple-A Rochester on Monday, signaling that they will carry only two catchers on their 2013 roster.
It's time to get excited about Aaron Hicks. What, you were already excited? Just wait until you read these impossible-but-probably-true tales about what Aaron Hicks can really do.
The Twins keep making horrible defensive blunders, and after several years, you have to wonder - is this a symptom of real problems with Ron Gardenhire's management style?
Warning: non-baseball content, unless you consider Joe Mauer's future as a parent to be baseball-related.
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