Major League Baseball Twins
  • Baker signs with Cubs, Hunter meets with Tigers

    Former Twins pitcher Scott Baker has agreed to a one-year contract with the Chicago Cubs. The 31-year-old right-hander missed all of the 2012 season recovering from Tommy John surgery. Baker was 8-and-6 with a 3.14 …

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    14 Nov 12
  • Vike’s Host Detroit Sunday

    A key NFC North tussle takes place tomorrow as the Detroit Lions face the Minnesota Vikings at the Metrodome. The surging Lions are looking for their third straight win after beating the Seahawks and Jaguars …

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    10 Nov 12
  • Willingham Team MVP

    Outfielder Josh Willingham was named Team MVP as the Twins announced their 2012 Diamond Award winners yesterday, voted on by local members of the Baseball Writers Association of America. Among the other award winners were …

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    31 Oct 12
  • Baker Gone, Blackburn Surgery

    The Twins declined the 2013 contract option on pitcher Scott Baker on Monday, making him a free agent. Baker, who would have made 9.25-million-dollars if his option was exercised, did not pitch this past season …

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    30 Oct 12
  • Twins Make Roster Moves

    The Twins declined the 2013 club option on closer Matt Capps on Wednesday. Capps went 1-and-4 with 14 saves and a 3.68 ERA in 30 games this season. He made just three appearances after June …

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    25 Oct 12
  • Twins Name New Coaches

    The Minnesota Twins are adding some familiar names to their Major League coaching staff. The club announced today that Tom Brunansky will be the new hitting coach, Terry Steinbach will serve as bench coach and …

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    23 Oct 12
  • Ryan The GM

    Terry Ryan officially had the interim tag removed from his title yesterday and is now the general manager of the Twins. Ryan was appointed to the role last November. This will be Ryan’s second full-time …

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    06 Oct 12
  • Twins Lose, Finish 66-96

    Toronto’s Brandon Morrow struck out 11 batters through eight innings of one-run ball to lead the Blue Jays to a 2-1 win over the Twins last night in Toronto. Morrow allowed just three hits and …

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    04 Oct 12