1. Minnesota Twins-Seattle Mariners: A Walkoff Win

    With the hectic time that is Opening Day now over, the Twins took the field in front of nearly half the number of fans with the buzz of the return of baseball also cooled down...

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  2. Mariners-Twins: Seattle Takes Season Opener

    By now if you're reading this, it's likely that you know how the Twins lost, what went wrong, what could have went better, and everything in between. It was game one, and there are still 161 remaining...

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  3. All Set, Twins Finalize Roster

    After more than a month of competitions and some unfortunate injuries, the Minnesota Twins have a final answer, to all of their roster questions...

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  4. Minnesota Twins Already Falling Apart

    I know it's a long season, and I know that a few weeks without Joe Mauer, a start without Scott Baker, and a short period of time without whoever else it may be, doesn't spell the end of the ...

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  5. Decision Time for the Minnesota Twins

    One thing about the Minnesota Twins' roster is known. On Monday, the team decided on who will serve as the backup catcher...

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  6. Making the Team: Week Four

    Sometime tomorrow, the Twins will make another pretty decent sized round of cuts. They're supposed to solve all of the bullpen mysteries and give everybody the final word on who exactly will head north with the club; in the bullpen at least...

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  7. Minnesota Twins: It's Spring, Right?

    When the Twins faced the Tampa Bay Rays yesterday, they took on their Opening Day starter, James Shields. To say the least, Shields wasn't very good; he allowed the Twins to score 11 runs on 12 hits in just over four innings of work...

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  8. The Minnesota Twins Finally Have a Solid Offensive Outing with 7 Homeruns

    Once the hits started, they never stopped as the Twins pounced on one of Tampa Bay's top pitchers, James Shields, for 12 hits and 11 runs in just over four innings of work. Scott Baker meanwhile allowed another homerun, but it was the only damage done...

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  9. Minnesota Twins Bullpen Race Remains Close

    With Nathan, Crain, Guerrier, Breslow, and now likely Luis Ayala all locked into the Opening Day bullpen, the Twins have several pitchers fighting for one spot, possibly two...

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  10. 2009 Minnesota Twins Roster Projections

    It's hard to tell exactly what the roster will look like two weeks from today when the Minnesota Twins take the field against the Seattle Mariners to kick off the final season in the Metrodome...

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  11. Making the Team: Week Three

    Camp is slowly coming to a close with Opening Day two weeks from this very day. The Twins have made some cuts, and the list of players fighting for roster spots in becoming smaller and smaller...

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  12. Where the Twins Bullpen Stands

    The bullpen was one big reason why the playoffs didn't make their way to the Metrodome last season. Without that tough two-week road trip in which game after game was blown, game 163 would not have been needed...

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  13. Jose Morales or Drew Butera: Who Will the Minnesota Twins Choose?

    If you're reading this, then you've already seen that Joe Mauer will likely miss Opening Day and maybe some time after that. Hopefully, he'll miss no more than a week or so, but who knows...

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  14. With Joe Mauer Hurt, What's the Twins' Catching Situation?

    There is still no news on Joe Mauer, and with each day, it just gets more and more frustrating. We've heard it's nothing serious, we've heard there will be no required surgery—why haven't ...

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  15. MLB '09: The Show Review

    MLB '08: The Show stands as one of the best sports games ever made, and so with the release of MLB '09: The Show, things could only get better...

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  16. Delmon Young and Michael Cuddyer: A Community Projection

    The pitchers have been covered—assuming the team will go with an 11-man staff and assuming the correct bullpen has been predicted. It's now time to move on to projecting the lineup and bench...

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  17. Making the Team: Week Two

    With each day, the regular season draws near, and it means nothing other than a final roster. There are still a few spots open, and the battles are now starting to heat up as time runs out...

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  18. Minnesota Twins Off-Day Notes

    It was an off-day in Fort Myers today, one of four in fact that Major League Baseball has added due to the World Baseball Classic. Not much happened, but it gives us a little time to get caught up on everything that has recently...

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  19. A Young Impression

    When the Minnesota Twins traded away the young and somewhat promising Matt Garza along with their starting shortstop Jason Bartlett last season, the hope was that Delmon Young would provide the lineup with a rare bat that seldom comes along...

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  20. Breaking News: Scott Baker Signs Extension

    Scott Baker took the mound today for the Twins and went four innings while allowing one run. Twins fans could be seeing much of the same for the next five years as the team has just announced a four-year deal with the team's Opening Day starter...

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  21. Twins 3, Reds 0: Spring Game Seven

    In exactly one month, the Minnesota Twins will kick off the 2009 campaign in the Metrodome. For now, the tuning up continues and that means game seven down in Florida. The offense was slow, but, once again, the pitching was able to take over...

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  22. World Baseball Classic: Exhibition Updates

    Players for the World Baseball Classic began working out for their countries on Monday, and playing exhibition games on Tuesday...

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  23. Spring Game Six: Pirates 2, Twins 1

    After starting the spring off with four straight victories and tremendous offensive production, the Minnesota Twins have lost their last two ballgames and scored a combined two runs while doing so...

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  24. Minnesota Twins—Making the Team: Week One

    Position battles are at a minimum for the Minnesota Twins this season. There may be a race for a bench spot, a race for one or two bullpen spots, and a race to see who will be starting in the Opening Day outfield...

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  25. Minnesota Twins Spring Training: Game Five Loss to the Red Sox

    All good things must come to an end, and so the Minnesota Twins' four-game winning streak to start of the 2009 preseason is over...

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