Monday, April 24, 2017
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4/23 PREGAME NOTES: Gibson vs. Fulmer; Vargas, Boshers Called Up; Molitor...

Greetings from Target Field, where it is 55 degrees and sunny. It should remain in the mid-60s throughout the game today. Byron Buxton was down on...

4/22 PREGAME NOTES: Mejia vs. Boyd; Molitor on Polanco and Sano’s...

Good afternoon from Target Field, where it is a perfect day for baseball. It should remain in the mid-60s throughout the game. P.J. Fleck is...

4/20 POSTGAME NOTES: Santana Goes Six, but 3-Run 7th Dooms Twins...

Ervin Santana was able to grind through six innings despite having trouble gripping his trusty slider in 40-degree weather, but the Minnesota Twins offense...

4/18 PREGAME NOTES: Hughes vs. Tomlin, Early Work and Tales of...

Hello from dreary Target Field as the Twins look to even their four-game series with the Indians after a tough 3-1 loss on Monday...

4/17 GAME NOTES: Twins Leave 12 Men On Base, Lose to...

It was the 12 men on base that haunted them. Bookended by the three straight singles from the middle of their order (Miguel Sano,...

4/17 PREGAME NOTES: Kepler in CF; Gibson Looking to Continue String...

Greetings from Target Field, where it is 55 and sunny. It's supposed to be a bit overcast and a little chillier later in the...

4/16 PREGAME NOTES: Santiago vs. Shields; Molitor Okay with Eight Relievers…For...

Greetings from Target Field, where it is 60 and sunny on this Easter Sunday. It's Hector Santiago (L, 1-1, 2.38 ERA) vs. James Shields (R,...

GELFAND: The Minnesota Twins are Flawed, but Entertaining

And then there was Miguel Sano butchering a simple run-down play over the weekend.  It was baseball's version of high comedy, which, I'll admit,...

MWS: Brandon and Tom Break Down the Twins’ Hot Start

Brandon Warne and Tom Schreier discuss the Minnesota Twins' hot start to 2017, looking at the successes and failures of key players and what...

This Year’s Minnesota Twins Team Looks Like 2016’s Do-Over

I’m excited to see what we’ll be like when we lose a game, because that’s obviously going to happen. -- Outfielder Max Kepler after the...