1. On Pace: Minnesota Twins Pitchers

    Several Minnesota hitters find themselves on pace for career highs, and the culmination of some good offense early on has the team on pace to hit the most homeruns as a club in quite some time...

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  2. Minnesota Twins On Pace: Hitters

    With a five-hour, 16-inning game, the Minnesota Twins have played 81 games in the 2009 season, signifying the completion of half of the season. Through the midway point, the Twins find themselves one game above ...

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  3. Home Opener 2010: April 12

    The 2010 schedule won't be officially announced until sometime in September, but the Associated Press has obtained at least a portion of the schedule, including the date of the first outdoor game in Minneapolis in twenty eight seasons...

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  4. Homestand Highlights: Tigers, Yankees, and Sox

    After surviving a tumultuous June schedule that consisted of two long road trips and 19 of a total 27 games on the road, the Twins have finally returned to their comfort zone in Minneapolis...

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  5. Twins Talking Trades with Pirates for Second Baseman, Setup Man

    In their final season under the Teflon roof, the Minnesota Twins find themselves right near the top of the American League Central Division with the opportunity to make a run at the playoffs...

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  6. Minnesota Twins: Stuck Around .500

    Michael Cuddyer said it best when he described the baseball season recently. "The first forty games you look to keep close, the next eighty or so you look to pull ahead, and the final forty you look to hold that lead...

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  7. Minnesota Twins: Interleague Roundup

    Interleague play first began in 1997, and since that time, the schedule has seen more and more National League teams added. The Twins' style of play, often referred to as "small ball," has been compared regularly to that of the National League "style...

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  8. Denard Span's Vertigo and Jesse Crain's Demotion

    Finally a Cure For the past week, Denard Span has felt dizziness when in the field and has lost sight of the ball when at the plate...

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  9. MLB Draft: Minnesota Twins Pick RHP Kyle Gibson in First Round

    The baseball draft isn't quite like the one you see each spring in football or the one you see each summer in basketball...

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  10. On the Road Again...

    While the Minnesota Twins have excelled at home with a record of 21-12 through their recent series with the Cleveland Indians, they've been far from good away from the Metrodome...

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  11. Source: Twins Like Brett Jackson

    Picture From DailyCal The MLB Draft will take place next week, and teams are gearing up to make decisions on who exactly they'll take with their picks. A source has informed Twins-Territory...

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  12. Random Thoughts on the Minnesota Twins

    ** What Joe Mauer is doing currently is hard to fathom. After hitting nine home runs last season in over 500 at-bats, he has hit nine in under 80 at-bats, and in less than a full month of play...

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  13. So Long, Craig Breslow

    Craig Breslow might have been the best move for the Minnesota Twins last season; Bill Smith gave up nothing for the lefty when he claimed him off waivers, and the Twins received 42 outings and a 1...

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  14. Johan Santana: "The Trade" Retrospect [Part One]

    It’s still far too early to judge a not even two-year-old trade, but it’s always intriguing to look back at what could have been compared to what is...

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  15. An Average Hitter: Delmon Young's Stats

    When the Minnesota Twins traded for Delmon Young prior to last season, everybody thought the team was bringing in a hitter with big power potential. The assumption was rightfully so; Young had hit ...

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  16. Less Carlos Gomez, More Anybody Else

    When the season started, a rotation of four outfielders in three available spots seemed feasible. It still is; there is no reason that, over the course of a 162 game season, four players cannot share at-bats...

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  17. Minnesota Twins: New Month, New Face

    The Minnesota Twins held their own and kept themselves near the top of the American League Central with an 11-11 record in the first month of the season...

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  18. Jose Morales Could Remain

    When Jose Morales made the club out of spring training as Joe Mauer's replacement, the assumption was that Morales would fill in until Mauer was ready to return...

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  19. Phillip Humber Passes Through

    When the Minnesota Twins out-righted Phillip Humber to triple-A last week to make room for the hard throwing Juan Morillo, they took a gamble on losing the former fourth round draft selection...

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  20. Beyond the Lineup: A Look at the Minnesota Twins' Bench

    The Justin Morneau's and Joe Mauer's will no doubt be major keys to any success that the Minnesota Twins see in 2009. Yet the one thing that may eventually decide where the Twins finish is the bench and the depth of the organization...

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  21. Humber Gone, Morillo In

    One of the four players that the Minnesota Twins received for their former star, Johan Santana, may soon be gone. The Twins today announced that they have designated long reliever Phillip Humber for assignment...

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  22. Game Five: Minnesota Twins Blowout Chicago White Sox, 12-5

    With so many stories surrounding the team's arrival to US Cellular field, including the look back on game 163 from last season and the return of Joe Crede to his former stomping grounds, the Minnesota Twins and Chicago White Sox took the field...

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  23. Mijares Watch: Two Scoreless Innings

    When Jose Mijares arrived in Fort Myers this spring, many thought he'd be one the the players that would take a bullpen spot...

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  24. Joe Mauer and Scott Baker: Minnesota Twins Injury Updates

    There are two players that the Minnesota Twins and their fans can't wait to see play in meaningful games. Those players are Joe Mauer and Scott Baker, players that are considered the team's ace and best hitter, respectively...

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  25. Game Three: Twins 6, Mariners 5

    A night after collecting their first victory, the Twins' third game of the season was another night of firsts. The team hit their first homerun of the season, collected their first save of the ...

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