Derek Shelton is one of the finalists to replace Paul Molitor as Twins manager. Shelton, 48, will have a second interview.
Ryan Braun slid across home plate and raised his arms in sheer joy.
What a birthday present for rookie manager Alex Cora. He's taking the Boston Red Sox back to the World Series.
Leading the Twins in a batch of offensive categories resulted in left fielder Eddie Rosario being named the team's most valuable player by the local chapter of the Baseball Writers Association of America.
Manny Machado has stepped into trouble again, causing at least one opponent to call him "a dirty player."
For the first time since the Milwaukee Brewers began their incredible late-season surge, their bats went cold enough to lose.
Jackie Bradley Jr. didn't let his demeanor change this season, even as fans begged Boston to trade him during a miserable first-half slump.
By the time Manny Machado rounded third base, the Los Angeles Dodgers had already started streaming out of the dugout.
Joe Espada, 43, has been mentioned as a candidate for multiple openings as the Astros participate in the playoffs.
The San Francisco bench coach has been with the Giants for nine years and was promoted to bench coach in 2018.
Juan Graterol, signed by the Twins to a minor-league contract in late June, spent two months with Class AAA Rochester before his sudden promotion in late September.
The movement probably gained traction when the Yankees were eliminated by the Red Sox, and pitcher CC Sabathia called home plate umpire Angel Hernandez 'absolutely terrible.'
If there was any rift between Byron Buxton and the Twins over not restoring the Gold Glove outfielder to the major league roster in September, there are no signs of it now, chief baseball officer Derek Falvey said Tuesday.
The team plans to touch base with the third baseman every 7-10 days.
There is not a firm timetable to replace manager Paul Molitor, but there will be interviews in the next week. "We're looking for someone who is truly open-minded," Derek Falvey said.
The profile of the modern managerial hire has been trending younger, with previous major league experience not as important as other factors.
As Joe Mauer contemplates ending a 15-year career, we're all left contemplating something else.
The police officer reportedly called the accident just that.
Joe Mauer has had the most starts at first base for the Twins in each season since 2014. But if he retires, who will take over for him next year?
In the Spanish-language El Nuevo Diario, it was reported a police officer suffered a fractured left leg early Sunday in an incident involving Miguel Sano. The Twins are aware of the situation but declined comment.