The Twins' decisionmakers have decided to trust that Fernando Rodney's successor as the team's established closer is on the current roster. They're just not sure where.
Miguel Sano's mysterious leg injury is now officially a setback. How major a setback remains to be seen.
A daily dispatch from Twins camp in Fort Myers.
Star Tribune photographer Anthony Souffle captured some of the excitement and warm weather at the Minnesota Twins spring training in Fort Myers, Fla.
Who might the Twins closer be this season? Have a look at the candidates.
Under Commissioner Rob Manfred's orders, spring training games will serve as a testing ground for the new rules, and Manfred has the option of unilaterally instituting the pitch clock for the regular season, too.
New manager Rocco Baldelli has created a program to simulate game action as much as possible during the workouts. That has led to some eye-opening changes.that are low on idle time and high on production.
The portly Twins utilityman was edged for league MVP honors by former Twins outfielder Delmon Young, but ended up on the team that won the league title.
Stu Cliburn looked past the ongoing societal and political upheaval in Venezuela to return to this winter as pitching coach for the Magallanes Navigators.
The Twins' position players joined the pitchers and catchers for the first full-squad practice Monday at spring training in Fort Myers, Fla.
He believes a good spring will spill over into the season, after he had a horrible start in 2018.
If you were here you would see five new Twins coaches in action. You would see a team without Joe Mauer or Brian Dozier. You would see a slimmer Miguel Sano and Byron Buxton's new hairstyle.
Nelson Cruz entered the Twins clubhouse around 8:05 a.m. Sunday. In less than a minute, he was in workout gear.
After taking a look at the lighter and hopefully nimbler Sano, new manager Rocco Baldelli reaffirmed his commitment to Sano as his third baseman.
The Twins continued their first weekend of spring training workouts at the CenturyLink Sports Complex in Fort Myers, Fla.
The slugger might be the key to the Twins' season. He's spent the offseason working on his conditioning.
Twins DH Nelson Cruz, who reported to camp on Sunday, says he believes his new team "has a good shot to take it to the next level — playoffs."
Miguel Sano arrived at spring training Sunday on Twins' reporting day for position players and ... well, he looked terrific.
Fernando Romero debuted with the Twins last season, going 3-3 with a 4.69 ERA in 11 starts. He spent most of the season at Class AAA Rochester
The Twins have a new manager, low attendance numbers and start the season without hometown favorite Joe Mauer. But, he said, "this time of year there are 30 optimistic teams. We're one of them. It's fun."