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.

Will Twins use Maeda as a reliever in wild-card series?

Veteran righthander Kenta Maeda could still be a starter, as manager Rocco Baldelli hasn't decided on who will get the ball if there's a Game 3.

Thursday's Twins-Oakland game recap

Oakland righthander Luis Medina gave up one run on three hits over six innings to cap off his rookie season.

Twins lose home finale, will be No. 3 seed in AL playoffs

When the Twins return to Target Field next week, figure the intensity to be exponentially higher than the sleepy, playing-out-the-string feel of this getaway matinee.

Jeffers homers to trigger another Twins victory over Oakland

The Twins are now 12-0 this year, and 18-1 over the past two seasons, when Ryan Jeffers homers.

For Twins, bevy of strikeouts looking just the price to pay for plate discipline

The Twins easily lead the majors in called third strikes taken, but they don't consider that to be a crisis or arguably even a problem.

Wednesday's Twins-Oakland game recap

A quick look back at Wednesday night's game, a 6-4 victory for the Twins over the Oakland Athletics.

Twins' Lewis expresses optimism about return after simulated game

Royce Lewis, who suffered a strained left hamstring last week, is swinging but not yet fielding or running as he bids to join the Twins' playoff roster.

Gray turns in another great performance but Twins lose 1-0 to Angels

Saturday marked the fifth time that Sonny Gray, whose record is now 8-8, has earned a quality start and walked away charged with a loss.

Celebrations over, Twins keep eye on postseason

Twins manager Rocco Baldelli says the team will be strategic in the last seven games of the season as it seeks a long playoff run.

Saturday's Twins-Angels game recap

Kenny Rosenberg pitched five shutout innings to earn a victory for the Angels.