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Jose Berrios, on the hill tonight at Target Field vs. the Tigers, might use his fastball more to help increase his velocity after a recent downtick in speed.
Luis Arraez is at third base and Miguel Sano at first as the Twins try to win the deciding game of their series with the White Sox. Jake Odorizzi is pitching.
The Twins send Michael Pineda to the mound tonight looking to bounce back from Monday's loss. You can watch batting practice starting at 4:30 p.m.
Chicago's well-executed bunt provided breathing room and cut the Twins' lead in the American League Central to two games.
Despite two stints on the injured list, the 39-year-old designated hitter has 32 home runs. He's bat third tonight against the White Sox.
The team announced its spring training schedule for next spring, and games will begin on Feb. 21 in Fort Myers, Fla.
Failed free agent has resurrected his career with Rangers, just as his mound opponent, Martin Perez, has done with the Twins
With the tying run in scoring position, the Twins reliever was confronted with the first batter he had ever faced.
Devin Smeltzer was sent to the Red Wings last night after a four-inning save in a 13-6 victory over the Rangers.
Texas sabotaged itself with one base-running blunder after another, somehow scoring only two runs in an inning with two singles, two doubles and a home run.
The Twins start a four-game series against the Rangers with a half-game lead in the American League Central.
The Twins have the second-best road record in the major leagues and started the day a half-game ahead of Cleveland in the AL Central.
Dyson sat out 10 days because of right biceps tendinitis after an awkward first two games in a Twins uniform.
After getting the go-ahead to start working out again, Nelson Cruz flew to Milwaukee, where he will join teammates as they open a two-game series against the Brewers.
The Twins broke a four game losing streak on Saturday but need to win Sunday to split the four games series against the Indians
Cleveland won the first two games of the four-game set at Target Field to finally catch up to the Twins after once trailing by 11.5 games.
Nelson Cruz aggravated a left wrist injury that has plagued him during a season where he was on pace for 45 home runs.
The veteran designated hitter left Thursday's loss to Cleveland after swinging and missing at a pitch during the fourth inning.
The Twins are coming off losing two of three to the Braves and now have to deal with the hard-charging Indians.
Martin Perez has struggled in most of his recent outings, and has a 6.21 ERA in 11 starts dating back to May 30. He'll face Atlanta lefty Max Fried.