Phil Miller | Star Tribune
Reporter | Minnesota Twins and MLB

Phil Miller has covered the Twins for the Star Tribune since 2013. Previously, he covered the University of Minnesota football team, and from 2007-09, he covered the Twins for the Pioneer Press.

A native of Pekin, Ill., Miller attended the University of Utah, and worked for 26 years at The Salt Lake Tribune, spending five years as assistant sports editor, and later as a reporter covering communities, college football and basketball, and the NBA's Utah Jazz.

Twins power runs out in 7-4 series finale loss at Seattle

The loss was the Twins' first in a week, and they went without a home run for the first time since May 5.

Twins' Baldelli impressed with Arraez after two games

The 22-year-old minor league batting champion has impressed the Twins manager with his ability to square the baseball with his bat.

Bash away all: Twins flex their muscles against overmatched Mariners

The Twins became the highest-scoring team in the major leagues on Saturday night, blasted six home runs to take the top spot in that category, too, in an 18-4 rout of the Mariners, the Twins' fifth straight win.

Oliva joins Twins for 'first road trip in almost 30 years'

"I feel like a rookie again," the 80-year-old Twins Hall of Famer said.

Mariners meet a whole new Martin Perez in 7-1 Twins victory

Helped by singles, Martin Perez became the team's third six-game winner.

Cruz understands Twins' decision to put him on injured list

The Twins put the designated hitter on the 10-day injured list because of a sore left wrist.

Rookie's mood changes from anger to tears after call-up

Luis Arraez was angry about being part of three losses as a member of the Rochester Red Wings -- until he found out he was being called up to the Twins.

Twins crush Mariners 11-6 with four early homers, two Sano doubles

Michael Pineda pitched seven strong innings and the Twins hit four home runs in the first four innings while Miguel Sano went 2-for-5 in his 2019 Twins debut.

Flipped off: Cron takes good-natured beating for missing underhand toss

As C.J. Cron sat on the team's flight Thursday, part of Jake Odorizzi's meal kept dropping into his lap. And so began what Cron figures will be years of ridicule.

Cruz, Perez hurt; Twins rallies keep falling one hit short in loss to Tigers

Nelson Cruz's sore wrist caused the Twins to pinch-hit for him in a key situation and Martin Perez suffered his first loss of the season after he left the game with a bruised heel.