The Twins Beat
The Twins outfielder left Wednesday's game after the ninth inning when he felt discomfort while chasing a fly ball.
In a move retroactive to April 15, the Twins placed outfielder Byron Buxton on the 10-day disabled list and added Ryan LaMarre to the 25-man roster. Buxton has been dealing with migraine headaches.
The plan is to use backup generators at Hiram Bithorn Stadium after Puerto Rico was hit by a widespread power outage Wednesday morning.
The centerfielder has had them in the past, so there is some concern if this one will go away quickly or shelve him for awhile
There were heavy rains earlier today, resulting in some flooded streets. But conditions have improved and it looks like the game will be played.
The Twins are allowed to add a 26th man to the roster for the two games in Puerto Rico as long as it's not a pitcher.
Busenitz will take Ryan LaMarre's spot on the roster as the team heads to Puerto Rico for a two-game series against the Indians.
No makeup dates have been announced for the three games snowed-out against the White Sox.
Jose Berrios tied a career high with 11 strikeouts - and did it in seven innings on Thursday in the Twins victory over the White Sox
Jose Berrios takes the mound tonight as the Twins face their first AL Centra opponent of the season. Meanwhile, winter has one more punch left to throw.
Houston manager A.J. Hinch closed his press session this morning by saying: "I hate playing baseball in this weather. … No baseball player in the big leagues will like playing in this crap."
Notes on Byron Buxton, Max Kepler and manager Paul Molitor following the Twins' 4-1 win over Houston
Manager Paul Molitor is using his righthanded hitting lineup against Houston, although Joe Mauer and Logan Morrison will also play.
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Miguel Sano's three-strikeout night adds to his record, but it obscures how productive he's been in most of his at-bats.
In 35-degree weather, Lance Lynn will try to conquer the command problems he displayed in his Twins debut last week.
The Twins were able to play two of the three games of their series this weekend, but approaching snow on Sunday forced them to rescedule.
The Twins catcher Jason Castro remained in Saturday's game after tweaking his knee in the ninth inning on Saturday, but the Twins want to make sure he's OK.
There won't be much trouble keeping the beer warm at the park today, with game-time temps below 30 degrees
The Twins hope to play the next two games of their series against the Mariners, but it doesn't look good for Sunday.