The former Twins manager spent this past season as the bench coach for the Arizona Diamondbacks.
If the Twins don't invite Glen Perkins to training camp, he'll need to decide whether to try hooking on with another team after spending his 14-year career with one organization.
Javier Baez sensed he was ready to bust out of his slump and give the Chicago Cubs the lift they needed.
This time, it was Masahiro Tanaka who was untouchable on the mound.
The former Twins pitcher and ex-Rays coach Jim Hickey are among the top choices to take over Neil Allen's job.
What if baseball added two teams and created four divisions with eight teams? How could that work out for the Twins?
John Manuel, well-known in baseball circles as a writer/columnist for Baseball America, said that he pitched himself as a candidate for a job with the team.
Paul Molitor and the Twins front-office staff are making plans to keep the club ascending in the standings.
There are already a lot of candidate lists out there, and one consistent name near the top of them is former Twins manager Ron Gardenhire.
These young Yankees were unshaken, resilient and as tough as the city they represent.
Stephen Strasburg gave Washington everything he had, and it was more than enough.
Miguel Sano, sidelined for the season's final six weeks by a stress reaction in his left shin, might require surgery to insert a permanent rod to help support the bone.
Twins owner Jim Pohlad said he monitored how manager Paul Molitor and the team's top baseball executives worked together this season and liked what he saw.
The showers came a little late, but the rain that soaked Wrigley Field and washed out Game 4 of the NL Division Series followed Tuesday's forecast pretty closely.
Skip the defensive analytics and look at the basics: Twins went from 126 errors to 78, and from 15th to second fewest in AL. "Most nights, we made the right plays," manager Paul Molitor said.
Was this justified? Whatever the process, Ithe Twins made the right moves with both men, or at least made two defensible decisions.
Luis Severino, Aaron Judge and the New York Yankees are headed back to Cleveland for a decisive Game 5 — thanks to plenty of help from the Indians.
The Houston Astros poured back onto the field after advancing to their first AL Championship Series, posing for pictures with the Green Monster as a backdrop before a few players bellyflopped in the puddles in the infield dirt.
Led by a big Japanese right-hander and a rookie from just down the road, the Los Angeles Dodgers are headed back to the NL Championship Series.
Pitching coach Neil Allen has been let go and the Twins have not yet announced the future of the rest of Paul Molitor's coaching staff.