1. Hughes Pleased with Debut as Twins Fall to Sox

    The Red Sox no-hit the Twins for 6 1/3 innings on Saturday afternoon, losing the bid on a slow roller to third by Kennys Vargas...

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  2. Twinsights: New Pitching Coach Neil Allen Emphasizing the Changeup

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  3. Ryan believes Twins can contend in 2015

    After four straight years with at least 92 losses, Twins general manager Terry Ryan is ready for the Twins to turn the page this season and get back to their competitive ways.....

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  4. Twins Considering Top Amateur Dominican SS

    Back on Monday, Kiley McDaniel of FanGraphs posted an interesting article about international free agents that may be signed on or after July 2nd this year...

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  5. A Day in the Life of Trevor Plouffe at Spring Training

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  6. Oswaldo Arcia Connects on a Homer to Right

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  7. Twins Making Progress on an Extension for Brian Dozier

    Having already locked up Opening Day starter Phil Hughes earlier this winter with a three-year, $42 million contract extension through 2019, the Twins are working on an extension ...

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  8. Ricky Nolasco's Resurgence Is Critical for Twins

    As I write this article I will start by stating that I was not the largest Ricky Nolasco supporter in 2014. I had mentioned it multiple times on our radio show and even a couple times in posting on blogs, our website, or just chatting with Twins fans..

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  9. Twins: Paul Molitor Rolls out Cellphone Limits on Game Day

    FORT MYERS, Fla. -- Eddie Guardado noticed an alarming trend at spring training last year, when he was still a special instructor in town for a brief period...

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  10. Nearing 40, Torii Is More Than Just a Good Guy

    Much of the discussion about Torii Hunter's remarkable career has focused on his leadership and personality and work ethic. Every once in a while, one of the best things he has done during 18 seasons in the Major Leagues gets overlooked...

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  11. Stiff Neck Leads to Discovery for Milone

    FORT MYERS, Fla. -- Once the 2014 season ended, Twins left-hander Tommy Milone received a cortisone shot in his neck to help him with the stiffness that bothered him late in the season, and figured his neck would feel better with rest...

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  12. Postal Service Considering Killebrew Stamp

    MINNEAPOLIS -- The U.S. Postal Service is considering a stamp featuring Twins Hall of Famer, Harmon Killebrew...

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  13. Mike Pelfrey Anxious to Prove Himself with Minnesota Twins

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  14. Twins: Danny Santana Skips Winter Ball, Adds Muscle

    For the first time in his young career, Danny Santana skipped the Dominican Winter League to concentrate on strength and conditioning...

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  15. Twins' Hughes 'Penciled In' to Start Opener

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  16. Gardenhire Declines Position in Twins' Organization

    Former Twins manager Ron Gardenhire was offered a position within in the organization this offseason, but declined it and will take the year off, Twins general manager Terry Ryan said Sunday...

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  17. Spring Training Preview: AL Central's Big Questions, Camp Battles

    Over the next few days, SI.com will break down what to watch for in each team's camp as part of our spring training preview by looking at the Big Question, Big Position Battle and Big Prospect for all 30 clubs...

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  18. Twins Show off the Outfield Future

    As the Minnesota Twins are now just three days away from kicking off Spring Training down in Fort Myers, things are being set up around the Lee County Sports Complex...

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  19. Reusse: Twins' Rosario Shows Promise, Like Bostock as a Rookie

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  20. Sano 'Able to Do Everything' as Spring Camp Nears

    More than 11 months removed from Tommy John surgery that wiped out his 2014 season, Twins third-base prospect Miguel Sano remains on track to enjoy a normal big-league spring training...

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  21. Twins Bullpen: Addition by Subtraction

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  22. Phil Roof's BP resume updated by Vargas, Sano

    FORT MYERS, FLA. -- Phil Roof will turn 74 early next month. His first association with the Twins was as a backup catcher from 1971 through 1976...

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  23. Twins Interested in Cuban Pitcher Yadier Alvarez

    The Twins are interested in Yadier Alvarez, an 18-year-old pitcher from Cuba, according to a report from MLB .com, and also 1500 ESPN's Darren Wolfson...

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  24. Torii Going on 40: Hunter Still Has Ball to Be Played

    PROSPER, TEXAS — Torii Hunter sat on a chair in the batter's box at Prosper High School last week, setting baseballs on a hitting tee for Jayson Nix...

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  25. Steve Carlton's 1987 Twins World Series Ring Up for Auction

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