Phil Miller | Star Tribune
Reporter | Minnesota Twins and MLB

Phil has covered college football and basketball, the NBA (Utah Jazz) and Major League Baseball for 25 years.


Some Twins pitchers wind up discovering less is more in their delivery

Decades ago, most major league starting pitchers routinely whirled their arms and pivoted their torsos and coiled their bodies in a theatrical ballet before unleashing the ball.


One more time? Dozier has turned around slumping seasons before

In 2016, for example, Brian Dozier turned his season around to an incredible extent. From June 18 on, he hit .293 with a record-setting 35 home runs


Three doubles add to Escobar's MLB-leading totals

By becoming the first Twins player with a three-double game since Robbie Grossman in 2016, Eduardo Escobar reached 30 doubles for the season, easily the most in baseball.


Rosario powers Twins to 9-3 victory over Cleveland

Eddie Rosario collected two singles, a double and a home run on Saturday


Twins send Buxton to Class AAA Rochester to get healthy and then some

The Twins will judge his rehab assignment — and decide when to bring him back to the majors — based on his hitting as much as his recovery from the toe injury.


'Solid' Gibson outpitches Kluber, Twins earn 6-3 victory over Cleveland

Eddie Rosario and Brian Dozier hit home runs for a reawakened offense, and the Twins enjoyed their most heartening victory in a couple of weeks.


Sano jumping into workout program in Florida

The Class A Fort Myers Miracle, idle due to the Florida State League All-Star Game, will resume their season Monday, presumably with Miguel Sano in the lineup.


Mauer returning four weeks after balance problems forced him out

Joe Mauer went 0-for-10 for Rochester in his three-game rehab assignment at Rochester, but manager Paul Molitor said he's unconcerned by that.


Lynn stays in one batter too many as Twins fall to Tigers

JaCoby Jones hit a two-run home run in the bottom of the seventh to break a tie and lift Detroit.


Offense sputters, Reed stumbles as Tigers beat Twins with four-run eighth

The Twins got only one more hit after scoring two runs in the first inning and reliever Addison Reed gave up five singles when the Tigers put together their winning rally.