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The Kansas City Royals Have Played the Minnesota Twins Tough This...

On Sunday the Minnesota Twins and Kansas City Royals wore throwback Negro League jerseys. The Royals donned the red-striped white K.C. caps and white...

How the Minnesota Twins are Minimizing the Impact of Bad Losses

The Minnesota Twins started the 2016 season with nine straight losses, a harbinger for what was to come in Paul Molitor’s second season as...

Is a Bat Flip Inherently Disrespectful? Rocco Baldelli Says That’s Up...

Tim Anderson’s bat flip heard ‘round the world brought to light the frequently debated topic over whether players should be able to celebrate the...

Midwest Swing: Jerry Crasnick

This week former ESPN baseball writer Jerry Crasnick (@jcrasnick) joins us to discuss his World Series predictions, Brian Dozier's future, and Paul Molitor's future!   In...

WARNE: Sorting Through the Post-Molitor Fallout

Your mileage may vary, but my general read on the situation surrounding the last few days at Target Field -- as far as fans...

The Minnesota Twins are Derek Falvey and Thad Levine’s Team Now

When Derek Falvey and Thad Levine were hired by the Minnesota Twins, they indicated that they were going to take a year to audit...

Molitor Out as Twins Manager

Some wild news coming out of Twitter late Tuesday morning, with Jeff Passan of Yahoo! Sports -- one of the best national reporters going today --...

Twins Cap Season with a Joe Mauer Send-off for the Ages

The writing has been on the wall of the last week or so that we were entering the final days of seeing Joe Mauer...

Even with Potential Changes in the Offseason, These Players Should be...

Joe Mauer’s potential retirement at the end of the season has captivated the attention of anyone who is still following the Minnesota Twins as...

Tigers’ Four-Run Eighth Spoils Milestone Day for Mauer, Six Scoreless for...

The Minnesota Twins seemed destined for a storybook win on a cold and dreary late September night. Joe Mauer roped a single into left field...