Reporter | Minnesota Twins and MLB

A native of Pekin, Ill., Miller attended the University of Utah, and worked for 26 years at The Salt Lake Tribune, spending five years as assistant sports editor, and later as a reporter covering communities, college football and basketball, and the NBA's Utah Jazz.

Twins open signing period by signing Acuna, younger brother of Braves All-Star

Bryan Acuna, 16, tops list of international players to agree to deals. His brother is Atlanta's Ronald Acuna Jr.

Almost a complete team: Kaat is 10th to have number retired by Twins

Jim Kaat will be honored by the Twins before a game in July against the White Sox, another team where he had great pitching success.

Name change in store for Twins' spring training home

The headquarters in Fort Myers, Fla., will revert to its original name, the Lee County Sports Complex, until a new corporate partner is found.

MLB lockout drags on over money issues, with no end in sight

It has been five weeks since the shutdown, and we're five weeks away from the start of spring training.

Twins shuffle coaching assignments, two coaches added to Baldelli's staff

Former Angels catcher Hank Conger and longtime minor-league pitching coach Luis Ramirez have been hired for 2022.

Twins lose Gabriel Maciel in minor league Rule 5 Draft

The native of Brazil was acquired from Arizona in the Eduardo Escobar trade.

World Axe Throwing Championships give Minnesotans chance to prove their chops

Darts, billiards, cornhole — bar games are evolving from hobbies to sanctioned sports, and axe-throwing has grown faster than any of them over the past five years.

So much love: Tributes pour in for new Hall of Famers Oliva and Kaat

Tony Oliva waited 45 years to be elected to baseball's Hall of Fame. Now that he has, it may take him another 45 to acknowledge all the adulation he has received.

Twins greats Tony Oliva, Jim Kaat elected to Baseball Hall of Fame

The two stars of yesteryear were chosen to baseball's shrine by the Golden Days Era Committee, along with Minnie Minoso and Gil Hodges.

'Certainly been worth the wait': Kaat humbled to get unexpected call to Cooperstown

Longtime Twins lefthander Jim Kaat will be enshrined in the Hall of Fame nearly four decades after throwing the last of his 25 big-league seasons.